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Ser and Estar To be or not to be? Spanish One ch.4.

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1 Ser and Estar To be or not to be? Spanish One ch.4

2 Conjugation of Ser Present Indicative soy somos eres es son

3 Usages of Ser Characteristics (long term) Nationality Origin (de) Time Equivalence (noun=noun)

4 Examples of Usages Characteristics- Yo soy alto. Nationality- Tú eres mexicano. Origin- El bolígrafo es de mi padre. Time- Son las tres y media. Equivalence- Paco es estudiante.

5 Conjugations of Estar Present Indicative estoy estamos estás está están

6 Usages of Estar Characteristics (Short Term) Location Health

7 Examples of Usages Characteristics (Short term) Lance está cansado. Location Yo estoy en el supermercado. Health Tú estás enfermo.

8 Steps to follow: 1. See if the form of to be is followed by an ing word. 2. Figure out what the sentence is saying. 3. Apply it to one of the eight usages. 4. Determine which verb to use. 5. Identify the subject of the sentence. 6. Conjugate the verb to agree.

9 Examples of Ser and Estar Fill in the blank with the proper conjugated form of ser/estar. 1) Yo ____ de Yorba Linda. 2) Derrick ___ muy guapo. 3) Carson y Norbert _____ en México. 4) El Sr. Gonzalez ____ en el carro. 5) Tú _____ cansado hoy. soy Origin es LT Char. están Loc. estás ST Char. está Loc.


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