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Ser and estar son dos verbos pequeños que tienes diferencias grandes09/28/09 Ser and estar son dos verbos pequeños que tienes diferencias grandes Uds ya saben como se conjuegan. Por ejemplo, soy eres es somos son y estoy estás está estamos están © and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.
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09/28/09 Ser and estar both mean to be, but they are not interchangeable. Ser is used to express the idea of permanence, such as inherent or unchanging qualities and characteristics. Estar is used to express temporality, including qualities or conditions that change with time. ¡ATENCIÓN! © and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.
09/28/09 © and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.
Ser and estar with adjectives09/28/09 Ser and estar with adjectives Ser is used with adjectives to describe inherent, expected qualities. Estar is used to describe temporary or variable qualities, or a change in appearance or condition. La casa es muy pequeña. ¡Están tan enojados! The house is very small. They’re so angry! © and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.
09/28/09 With most descriptive adjectives, either ser or estar can be used, but the meaning of each statement is different. Julio es alto. ¡Ay, qué alta estás, Adriana! Julio is tall. ( a tall person) How tall you’re getting, Adriana! Dolores es alegre. El jefe está alegre hoy. ¿Qué le pasa? Dolores is cheerful. a cheerful person) The boss is cheerful today. What’s up with him? Juan Carlos es un hombre guapo. ¡Manuel, estás tan guapo! Juan Carlos is a handsome man. Manuel, you look so handsome! © and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.
09/28/09 Some adjectives have two different meanings depending on whether they are used with ser or estar. Estar, not ser, is used with muerto/a. Miguel de Cervantes, el autor de don Quijote, está muerto. ¡ATENCIÓN! © and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.
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—Estoy enamorado de usted. —No, no puede ser.
Ser and Estar Molly Bendalin. Uses Ser and Estar both mean to be, but are not interchangeable Ser is used to express the idea of permanence such as inherent.
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Notes on Ser vs. Estar. Ser v Estar **Remember that even though ser and estar both correspond to the English verb ‘to be,’ their uses are very different.
SER / ESTAR To be or to be… which one to use is the question.
The present tense of the two verbs in Spanish that are not interchangeably used to express “being”
Notes on Ser vs. Estar por Señora Chinchilla. SER C- characteristic /description H-hour(time) O-origin, occupation R- religion,race N-nationality.
You should already know the conjugations of SER and ESTAR. Here they are again as review. The verbs SER and ESTAR.
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Verbos de estar, ser y “hay” Español 1B. Instrucciones: Complete the following using as much detail as possible. 1. What does the verb Estar mean? 2.
You have already learned that ser and estar both mean to be but are used for different purposes. These charts summarize the key differences in usage between.
A review of subject pronouns Subject/verb agreement The present tense of the two verbs in Spanish that are not interchangeably used to express “being”
Realidades 1 SER vs. ESTAR SER VS. ESTAR You already know the verb ESTAR. It means “to be”
¿SER o ESTAR? “ To be” or not “to be”… Two ways “to be”
SER vs ESTAR Capítulo 5B Página 258. SER vs. ESTAR “To Be?” or “To Be?” “When do I use which?” is the question.
Ser and Estar To be or not to be? Spanish One ch.4.
5.1 Vivimos aquí Cornell Notes. Tema: “ser” and “estar” PREGUNTA ESENCIAL: How can I use “ser” and “estar” to describe a house and househould items?
Capítulo 3B – Apuntes #2 SER. Ser means to be refers to characteristics/conditions that do not change (permanent): a.Who a person is or what a person.
Ser and Estar.
The fundamental difference
Jeopardy serestar Ser OR estar Ser or estar progressive Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
WHICH “TO BE” IS BEST? ¿Ser o Estar?. Ser = soy eres es somos sois son to be.
Irregular verbs Present tense. Irregular verbs do not follow the patterns of regular verbs at least all of the time.
Making Comparisons 53. Los adjetivos (E) Los adjetivos (F)
Ser vs. Estar ¿to be or to be?. Ser- to be soyeresessomossoisson Estar- estoyestásestáestamosestáisestán.
SER and ESTAR.
SER What form of these verbs do we see? ESTAR ¡ INFINITIVE ! What does the infinitive “ser” mean? What does the infinitive “estar” mean?
Ser or estar? ser to be soy eres es somos sois son I am you (sing.) are he/she is, you (formal) are we are you (pl.) are they are, you (formal) are.
Repaso Segunda Parte Review – 2nd Part Español 3 Ms. González.
SER vs. ESTAR. Estar and Ser are both Spanish verbs that can be loosely translated into English as “to be.” While estar is used to describe temporary.
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Ser & Estar To be & To be. Ser = to be Yo soy ( I am) Tú eres ( you are) Él/ Ella/ Usted es( he/she is; you are) Nosotros somos ( we are) Ellos/ Ellas/
5B- Apuntes 3 SER vs. ESTAR.
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved You have already learned that ser and estar both mean to be but are used for different.
Yo ___________ de Puerto Rico. soy where a person is from.
Notice that sta is used in estar and in state. Estar is used to express a state which results from an action or circumstances: Estoy.
Ser o Estar. They are waiting. Están esperando.
Estar – to be (used with location and temporary conditions)
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