As you may already know, there are two verbs in Spanish that express "to be"; estar and ser. The next logical question thing to know is when to use estar and when to use ser. Let's answer this question generally and then we'll elaborate with examples. There's an estar conjugation chart down below...and also a [...]
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Bienvenidos! Welcome to the Pearland page of Prime Instruction & Language. I'm Joseph, longtime director for the school. I'm also the coordinator and instructor for our Spanish classes in Pearland. In short, I help adults to achieve their Spanish-speaking goals with dynamic, engaging lessons. I also serve as a Spanish tutor in Pearland for grade-school [...]
In this lesson, we'll study a few dozen adjectives that are frequently used with the verb ESTAR. Consider that estar is the more temporary way of expressing "to be" in Spanish. Click here for a thorough review on when to use estar. The more permanent "to be" is ser. Both verbs are frequently followed by [...]
SER and ESTAR both mean "to be" in Spanish. In this lesson, we'll cover the difference between these two foundational verbs so you can confidently use them with accuracy.
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Is y'all proper English? Well technically, the answer is no. But objectively, there's nothing wrong with it. It's the perfect contraction of "you" and "all." And still no one has suggested a better pronoun to use while talking to two or more people. In my opinion, y'all should say y'all.
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