SE04 Ser y Estar – Take Your Pick

Situations in which either SER or ESTAR can be used, and how your choice may or may not change your meaning. DESCRIBING SOMEONE'S CHARACTER VS HIS/HER MOOD. Alejandro es nervioso.(Alejandro is highly strung.) Está nervioso porque tiene una entrevista mañana.(He's nervous because he has an interview tomorrow.) Feliz is usually used with SER to describe […]

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