Ser y Estar

The difference between the Spanish verbs SER y ESTAR, both meaning "to be," is one of the first topics covered in Spanish class. However, is one that takes years to master. In this premium series, we practice different uses of each verb and when to use SER vs ESTAR and how meaning changes depending on which verb is used. Check out the free quiz below. If you want to learn more, purchase the premium Spanish Grammar Subscription.


All the lessons in this series.

(Unnumbered lessons are free.)

SER vs ESTAR – Intro to the Spanish Grammar Review Podcast
SE01 Ser y Estar – Location and State
SE02 Ser y Estar – Inherent Characteristics and Identity
SE03 Ser y Estar – Changes in Meaning
SE04 Ser y Estar – Take Your Pick
SE05 Ser y Estar – Final Quiz

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