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  • 1. Ser and estar <ul><li>Preview </li></ul><ul><li>Ser and estar </li></ul><ul><li>Ser </li></ul><ul><li>Describing foods and drinks </li></ul>
  • 2. Ser and estar <ul><li>Both ser and estar mean to be , but they have different uses. </li></ul><ul><li>You use estar to say where someone is or where something is located, and to ask and say how people are doing. </li></ul>La servilleta está en la mesa. The napkin is on the table. Estoy bien, gracias. I’m fine, thanks.
  • 3. Ser <ul><li>You have used ser to identify people and things; to say where they are from; to describe what someone or something is like; and to give the day, date, and time. </li></ul>Ricardo es mi amigo. Es de México. Es alto y simpático. Es lunes. Es el 2 de marzo. Son las cuatro en punto.
  • 4. Describing foods and drinks <ul><li>Both ser and estar can be used to describe foods and drinks. </li></ul><ul><li>Use ser to describe what foods and drinks are normally like. </li></ul>¿Cómo es el arroz con pollo? What is chicken and rice like? Es riquísimo. It’s delicious.
  • 5. Describing foods and drinks <ul><li>To say how something looks, tastes, or feels at a particular moment, use estar . </li></ul>¿Cómo está tu sopa? How is your soup? Está fría. It’s cold.

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