Using the verb to be in Spanish could be quite complicated at first, but here you have some tips to learn how to use Ser and Estar depending on the situation.
Verb to be In Spanish: Ser & Estar
In Spanish, we use two different verbs for the verb to be: Ser and Estar. It can be a bit difficult at first but try to follow Susana´s explanation, and find out when and how to use both of them.
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Introducing Ser & Estar videos
VIDEO: 5 differences using the verb To be in Spanish
Listening activity: Who is Marcos? – ¿Quién es Marcos?
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