anonymous
  • anonymous
Use the correct form of the verb ser or estar: Ellas __________ muy tristes. When entering your answers for fill in the blank and essay questions, please be sure to use accent marks and/or correct punctuation to avoid your answer being marked incorrect. You may copy and paste the accented character or punctuation mark from this list if needed: á é í ó ú ñ Á É Í Ó Ú ¿ ¡
MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
They are very sad. Hint: Use estar when it is a state of the subject, something that is not permanent . Use ser when it is a quality of the subject (and normally a quality is permanent). She is tired (is to be tired a quality or a specific state?) She is clever (is to be clever a quality or a specific state?). Ask the same question with "sad". One is always sad or there are moments one is sad?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Estar! Ser is to describe a permanent fact about someone. Like their nationality, height, skin color, etc. For example: "Nosotros somos chicas mexicanas." We are Mexican girls, a fact about ourselves that we can't change. Estar is used to describe temporary over ever-changing facts, such as emotions, health, and place. For example: "Ella esta en la tienda." She is in the store, but twenty minutes from now she will be home.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Estan

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