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"'THE TWO WAYS' IN JEWISH AND CHRISTIAN WRITINGS OF THE GRECO-ROMAN PER" by MARGARET MARY MCKENNA
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US Global. Sample Product. The two forms of "to be" in Spanish are Ser and Estar.
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I'll explain when to use each one in a moment, but first let's see what they look like. Here's how to say "I am You'll use words from the "ser" column when you're talking about permanent states or characteristics. Not just today, but all the time. So we use ser , because we're talking about a permanent characteristic.
Likewise, Jose is going to stay an architect, I'm going to continue to be tall, and I will always be brothers with my brother.
So in all these cases you would use ser. But when I'm talking about my friend who is in the hot air balloon a distinctly non-permanent situation I would use estar instead. Estar and its various forms is used when talking about something that is a non-permanent state or location. All of these situations are not permanent states or characteristics, so we use estar.