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02 Ser vs estar – Using Ser

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: (click graphic to enlarge)

ser rules

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