Ser vs. Estar

Ser vs. Estar
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To be and.. To be?!

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  • Hey, Dad! Can you say "I am well and I am from Puerto Rico" in Spanish?
  • Hmm. Yo soy bien y yo estoy de Puerto Rico.
  • Umm Dad? You're supposed to use the verb "estar" when talking about your emotions and feelings and the verb "ser" when describing someone or something.
  • Huh, I forgot about that. Thanks for reminding me son.
  • Ready to try again Dad?
  • Why not? I'll give it another go.
  • Go for it!
  • Yo estoy bien y yo soy de Puerto Rico.
  • I'm not sure about that Dad.
  • You did it Dad!
  • That's right son! I am a Spanish master!
  • The End. ADIOS AMIGOS!!!!
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