G-391 (1) - Ser vs. estar

There are many verbs in Spanish that mean "to be." The most common are ser and estar. However, hacer, tener and hay can all be translated as "to be" under certain circumstances.

Type in the blank the correct form of ser, estar, hacer, or tener in the present tense.

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