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A Guide to the Spanish Verbs Ser and Estar Posted by on Dec 20, 2017

A Guide to the Spanish Verbs Ser and Estar

If you’re a newbie to Spanish such as I am, one of the most difficult things to grasp is how to use the two verbs meaning “to be” – ser and estar. Here’s a guide to the Spanish verbs ser and estar, with a short introduction, some examples, and links to several more in-depth posts…

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Ser and Estar – The Spanish Verbs “To Be” Posted by on Dec 6, 2017

One thing that takes a little getting used to when you’re new to Spanish is the fact that there are two verbs meaning “to be.” Ser is used for permanent conditions while estar is temporary. You’ll want to learn the conjugations for these verbs plus the Spanish pronouns before continuing with this post. Watch this…

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Spanish Pronouns and the Verbs “To Be” Posted by on Nov 8, 2017

Spanish Pronouns and the Verbs "To Be"

If you’re a beginner learner of Spanish, you’ll want to master the Spanish pronouns and the verbs “to be” right away. That’s right – there are two different verbs meaning “to be” in Spanish. One is for a permanent state, while the other is temporary. Learn more in this short video lesson. Video Follow along…

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