joseph ms.vega period 5
Both ser and estar translate as to be in English, but are used in different contexts
Ser describes permanent conditions like names, nationalities, and other aspects of identity.
Estar describes statuses like locations, moods, or other temporary conditions.
Both ser and estar have highly irregular conjugations, so it's good to practice them a lot.
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Say something about yourself. Describe your qualities, abilities, hobbies and personality, etc.
my cellphone number
Insert your name again