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ser vs. estar (to be)

Decide whether a present tense form of estar or ser belongs in the blank! Both of these verbs mean "to be" but have different usage rules.

SER: date & time, description of physical attributes and personality characteristics, nationality and where something or someone comes from, profession, identification.

ESTAR: location, mood and emotions, temporary conditions, description which goes from general to particular, result of action.

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