SER – To Be Subject Pronoun Ending Yo El Ella Usted Tu Nosotros Ellos Ellas Ustedes SoySomos Eres SonEs
ESTAR – To Be Subject Pronoun Ending Yo El Ella Usted Tu Nosotros Ellos Ellas Ustedes EstoyEstamos Estás EstánEstá
So they both mean the same thing, whats the difference? SER is used when you talk about permanent things, or things that dont change – Physical and Personality Characteristics ESTAR is used when you talk about temporary things, or things that do change – Moods, States, Emotions
THE TO BE TREE ESTAR (TEMPORARY) SER (PERMANENT)
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