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Unformatted text preview: Ser v. Estar Ser v. Estar Grammar Essential # 35 Ser vs. Estar Ser vs. Estar Both mean “to be” Both are irregular in conjugation. These are the only similarities. In English, there is no difference between how each is translated. DON’T P Pretty Please in LHS DON’T P Pretty Please in LHS Don’t P Pretty Please in Louisana High School SER D­ date Es martes Es el tres de enero. DON’T P Pretty Please in LHS DON’T P Pretty Please in LHS Don’t P Pretty Please in Louisana High School SER O­ origin Ellos son de Alabama. El libro es de la biblioteca. DON’T P Pretty Please in LHS DON’T P Pretty Please in LHS Don’t P Pretty Please in Louisana High School SER N ­ nationality Soy cubano. Ella es puertorriqueña. DON’T P Pretty Please in LHS DON’T P Pretty Please in LHS Don’t P Pretty Please in Louisana High School SER T ­ time Es la una y media de la tarde. Son las dos y diez de la noche. DON’T P Pretty Please in LHS DON’T P Pretty Please in LHS Don’t P Pretty Please in Louisana High School SER P – physical descript...
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course SPAN 103 taught by Professor Dr.lopez during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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