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Using SER and ESTAR in Spanish

Using SER and ESTAR in Spanish

In Spanish there are two ways to say 'to be.' They are the verbs SER and ESTAR. Our previous blog shows the differences between the two, and when to use them.

But today we see how using SER and ESTAR with certain words, changes the meaning of the sentence!

Below you will see both forms and their meaning in English:

Ser and estar

And to learn more about when to use SER and ESTAR in Spanish, connect with one of our teachers in a private class!

Verb SER

The Conditional Tense in Spanish