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Señor Jordan

02 Ser vs Estar – Using Estar

Hola.  So there are these two verbs in Spanish that translate to “to be” in English.

In this video, we’ll be talking about one of those verbs: estar (to be) in the present tense.

Leave any questions or comments below!

Chart of uses from video:

estar uses

Related videos:

  1. Ser vs. estar – Estar practice
  2. Ser vs. estar – More estar practice
  3. Ser vs. estar – Using ser
  4. Ser vs. estar – Ser practice
  5. Ser vs. estar – More ser practice
  6. Ser vs estar – Test #1
  7. Ser vs estar – Test #2
  8. Ser vs Estar  – Using Both with a change in meaning

3 Responses

  1. Hi, Senor Jordan. Thanks for sharing your videos! I would like to watch the videos on using Ser and Estar but they don’t seem to be working. Will they be soon?

  2. Hi, thanks for your comment. How exactly are you trying to view them? On a tablet, on the computer? I just checked and they seem to be working. Or were there any particular videos in the series that aren’t working for you?

    Thanks!

    -Sr. J

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