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Which verb, ser or estar, is used for...? están enclase Los estudiantes están en clase.
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Estoybien! ¡Estoy bien!
To Sum up:
Ser and Estar. USE SER Write the following in Spanish: 1.You are 2.He is 3.They are 4. I am 5. We are.
SER / ESTAR To be or to be… which one to use is the question.
WHICH “TO BE” IS BEST? ¿Ser o Estar?. Ser = soy eres es somos sois son to be.
SER y ESTAR TO BE or not TO BE….. That is the question.
Estar means to be Estar is used with condition, emotion, or location.
SER What form of these verbs do we see? ESTAR ¡ INFINITIVE ! What does the infinitive “ser” mean? What does the infinitive “estar” mean?
You should already know the conjugations of SER and ESTAR. Here they are again as review. The verbs SER and ESTAR.
Ser and Estar To be or not to be? Spanish One ch.4.
Ser vs. Estar. Ser: to be Conjugated as follows: Soy (I am) Eres (You are) Es (He/she/it is) Somos (We are) Son (They/you all are)
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.
Page 5 Realidades 2 The Verb SER SER VS. ESTAR You already know the verb ESTAR. It means to be.
Page 158 Realidades 1 The Verb SER TO BE (In English) Iam Youare He Sheis It Weare Theyare.
5B- Apuntes 3 SER vs. ESTAR. SER and ESTAR both mean _________ and conjugated means_______________ *There are different rules for each in regards to its.
¿SER o ESTAR? “ To be” or not “to be”… Two ways “to be”
A person, place, thing, or idea. A word that expresses action or state of being.
¡Avancemos! Unidad 1 Lección 2 Mis amigos y yo. “Ser or no Estar”
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”
Ser v. Estar Esp. 1 Avancemos 5.1. Both verbs mean “to be” Ser Estar.
Realidades 1 SER vs. ESTAR SER VS. ESTAR You already know the verb ESTAR. It means “to be”
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?
Copyright © 2012 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved In Lección 1, you learned how to conjugate and use the verb ser (to be). You will now.
Estar/to be One of the most common verbs you will use in Spanish is estar, which means ‘to be’. It is an irregular verb, which means that it does not conjugate.
Ser o Estar. They are waiting. Están esperando.
Irregular verbs Present tense. Irregular verbs do not follow the patterns of regular verbs at least all of the time.
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.
Present Tense of estar ANTE TODO You will now learn a verb which means to be, the verb estar. Although estar ends in –ar, it does not follow the pattern.
Ser Present Tense Ser is used to describe basic traits and permanent characteristics Ser is used to describe basic traits and permanent characteristics.
SER and ESTAR. Both verbs mean to be. But before we discuss the difference, lets review the conjugations: ser estar soy somos estoy estamos eres sois.
ESTAR The Verb Estar Estar is an IRREGULAR verb. It means to be in English.
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.
Ser and Estar The fundamental difference. Ser and Estar = to be Ser and estar can both be translated as "to be." Here is the English verb, fully conjugated:
And CONTRACTIONS!!!! Ir Dar Estar. Ir to go Dar to give.
AQA Spanish AS Level © Nelson Thornes 2008 Aim: To review when to use ser or estar La cultura de todos los días – La moda 6B: Identidades e imágenes (Gramática)
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.
SER VS. ESTAR Advance Organizer Model Lesson Presentation Caroline Burdett EDUC 6330.
Ser vs Estar Spanish. Ser & Estar Have the same meaning! TO BE.
Apuntes el 6-9 septiembre SER and ESTAR both mean to be, but they are not interchangeable. SER (to be) (yo) soy(nosotros/as) somos (tú) eres(vosotros/as)
The verb ESTAR Cap. 2B. The verb estar The -ar verbs you have used until now are called regular verbs because they follow a regular pattern. Verbs that.
Ser & Estar. Ser & estar Both ser and estar mean “to be.”
+ Transporte Hoy es el cinco de diciembre.. + Tipos de Transporte= Types of transportation Un Barco=Ship La Vela=Sailboat Un Bote=Boat.
Jeopardy Hosted By: Señora King Jeopardy Vocabulario Venir Ser vs Estar Traer Pot Luck Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400.
Many books have been written about the two important Spanish verbs: SER and ESTAR. This will be the subject of our discussion for the next few lessons.
Yo nosotros tú vosotros él,ella, ellos, ellas Ud. Uds. The verb ser soy eres es somos sois son.
Notes on Ser vs. Estar por Señora Chinchilla. SER C- characteristic /description H-hour(time) O-origin, occupation R- religion,race N-nationality.
SUBJECT PRONOUNS LOS PRONOMBRES SUJETOS. SUBJECT PRONOUNS Subject pronouns replace the subject of the sentence. What is a subject? The person or thing.
“SER –cker” “ESTAR-bursts”. SER VS. ESTAR “to be” is, am, are was, were.
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