ESTAR with LOCATIONS
ESTAR
estoy
estamos
estás
está
están
To say where someone is RIGHT NOW, you can
use the verb ESTAR.
Conjugate ESTAR for the person you are talking
about,
then add the word “EN” for “in,”
then add the place.
1.The boys are in the cafeteria.
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2.We are in the gym.
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3.Are you in the principal’s office?
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• You also use ESTAR to tell where items are
located:
• Just say the item,
• then the form of estar,
• then the preposition, then the other item:
• The pencil is on top of the desk. =
• El lápiz está encima del escritorio.
Fun fact: De +el = del ( when you have de and el
next to each other, they combine to make DEL.
1.The book is next to the pen.
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2.The paper is inside of the notebook.
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3.The pens are inside the backpack.
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4.My pencil is far from my desk.
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5.Your backpack is under your desk.
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Práctica:
When you want to say where something or
someone IS, you use ESTAR:
Where is Pedro?
¿Dónde = where
Está = is
Pedro? =Pedro
He is in the bathroom.
Él está en el baño.
Where are Lidia and Laura?
¿Dónde están Lidia y Laura?
They are in the principal’s office.
Ellas están en la oficina del director OR de la
directora.
Where are you?
¿Dónde estás (tú)?
I am in the cafetería.
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ESTAR with LOCATIONS