0131589318_The present tense of estar

0131589318_The present tense of estar - ESTAR also tells...

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The Present Tense of estar (to be) The other “to be” verb (El tiempo presente del verbo estar )
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Estar Its conjugation estoy estás está estamos estáis están Estar also bears a written accent on all but the first- person forms. The verb estar is irregular in its yo form.
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Estar is the other “to be” verb Estar tells . . . Where someone or something is How someone or something is
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ESTAR tells where The museum is  there to the right.
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ESTAR tells where Estoy en casa. I’m at home. Claudio está en la cocina. Claudio is in the kitchen. París está en Francia. Paris is in France. ¿Dónde están los estudiantes? Where are the students?
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Unformatted text preview: ESTAR also tells how How are you today, maam? Im very sick. ESTAR also tells how Here are some adjectives that describe physical, mental, and emotional conditions that are commonly used with estar . aburrido/a cansado/a casado/a contento/a enamorado/a enfermo/a bored tired married happy in love sick enojado/a ocupado/a preocupado/a triste angry busy worried sad ESTAR also tells how Estoy muy cansado. I am very tired. Amelia est enojada. Amelia is angry. Las nias estn contentas. The children are happy. Ests ocupado? Are you busy? FIN...
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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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