Category Archives: Ser&Estar

Physical appearance

Physical appearance Source: Practice Makes Perfect: Spanish Vocabulary (Practice Makes Perfect Series) by Dorothy Devney Richmond This aspect of “estar” indicates how someone or something is appearing now, in a specific situation. While many aspects of one’s appearance remain constant over … Continue reading

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Physical condition

Physical condition This characteristic refers how a person or an animal is physically feeling. Too much or too  little air conditioning, comfy clothes there, a nap, a massage, a trip to the hairdresser—all these things change how a person feels or … Continue reading

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Emotional state

Emotional state: current mood, how you are feeling emotionally now Your emotional state or mood refers to how you feel right now; it is when you talk to you friends how do you feel that day, like tired, bored, hungry, … Continue reading

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Characteristics of ser and estar

Characteristics of ser and estar Source: Practice Makes Perfect: Spanish Vocabulary (Practice Makes Perfect Series) by Dorothy Devney Richmond Ser and Estar mean the same as “am”, but how we do realise about this if we do not know characteristics about … Continue reading

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Conjugation of ser and estar

Conjugation of ser and estar Source: Practice Makes Perfect: Spanish Vocabulary (Practice Makes Perfect Series) by Dorothy Devney Richmond Below you have listed the conjugations of the verbs “to be” in English and Spanish. Be careful with the accent marks, they … Continue reading

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Ser and Estar

Ser and Estar Ser and Estar are very important to study in a different section because it doesn’t exist an exact translation in English of them. For me saying I am, in Spanish is Yo soy, but also for me … Continue reading

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