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The Verb Estar Estar is an IRREGULAR verb.It means “to be” in English.
The Verb ESTAR It does NOT follow the pattern of REGULAR -AR VERBS.
The Verb ESTAR In writing, be sure to use the accent mark on all forms except the “yo” and “nosotros” forms. Without the accent, the meaning changes!
TO BE (In English) I am You are He She is It We are They are
ESTAR Yo estoy Tú estás Ud. Él está Ella Nosotros estamos Uds.Ellos están Ellas
USE OF ESTAR Estar is used to tell “location” of a person or a thing.
USE OF ESTAR For example: El libro está en la mesa.The book is on the table.
USE OF ESTAR Maria y Carlos están en clase.Maria and Carlos are in class.
USE OF ESTAR Estar is also used to tell the condition of something or someone.
USE OF ESTAR For example: Maria está nerviosa. Maria is nervous.
USE OF ESTAR Elisa y tú están ocupados. Elisa and you are busy.
In Spanish, several verbs have irregular yo forms in the present tense
Present Tense 3 types of verbs in Spanish: -AR, -ER, -IR
To come… The Verb IR.
Page 5 Realidades 2 The Verb SER.
Page 107 Realidades 1 ESTAR.
REGULAR VERBS Verbs whose INFINITIVES end in -ar follow a pattern.
Page 174 ESTAR The Verb Estar means to be in English. Estar is an IRREGULAR verb.
Realidades 1 The Verb SER.
El verbo dar “To Give”.
Present Progressive. Pattern ESTAR Pattern ESTAR + STEM.
Estar means to be Estar is used with condition, emotion, or location.
ESTAR The Verb Estar Estar is an IRREGULAR verb. It means to be in English.
Estar “to be”.
Page 43 Realidades 2 The Verb IR REGULAR VERBS Verbs whose INFINITIVES end in -ar follow a pattern.
En casa con la familiaGramática 2 Estar with prepositions Preview Conjugating estar Estar with prepositions Master Teacher Grammar Guys Teen Skits.
The fundamental difference
Present Progressive!!!. Why is it used? Used to talk about what is happening right now. Many times it is used in Spanish when in English we would use.
Present Tense of estar ANTE TODO
The Present Tense of estar (to be)
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