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The battle between "ser" and "estar" will wage all throughout your Spanish learning experience! Practice identifying when to use "ser" (to be) or "estar" (to be), two very different words that share the same English translation.
If your student is stumped, follow the links to learn a little more about the verb "ser" and the verb "estar"!
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