0131589318_Summary of uses of ser and estar

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Summary of Uses of ser and estar (Resumen de los usos de ser y estar)
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Ser is used: with adjectives to express characteristics such as size, shape, etc. with the subject of a sentence when followed by a noun or noun phrase that restates the subject. with de to tell origin , possession , and what things are made of to express dates , days of the week , months , and seasons Ser is one of the “to be” verbs to express time with the preposition para to tell for whom or for what something is intended or to express a deadline with impersonal expressions to indicate where and when events take place
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SER tells the origin of people Yo  soy de   México. ¿ De  dónde  eres   ? Notice the use of the preposition de to indicate the origin of people.
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SER also tells the origin of things El reloj  es de  Suiza. Notice the use of the preposition de to indicate the origin of things.
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possession El perro  es de  Elena. Notice the use of the preposition
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2012 for the course SPANISH 1411 taught by Professor Euniceurbina-horning during the Spring '12 term at San Jacinto.

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