¡Hola, todos! It’s time for another edition of our Free Printable Flashcards series!
This week, I’m sharing a free set of ser and estar flashcards, which are great if you’re learning español!
Ser and estar are very important verbs in Spanish, but it’s easy to confuse them. Although they have the same basic meaning, they are used in different settings.
Also, they are conjugated differently, so if you’re talking about yourself, you use one form of ser or estar and if you’re talking about someone else, you use a different conjugation for each one.
These printable Spanish flashcards are awesome for young ones (and adults) who are working on memorizing these basic Spanish verb conjugations!
Free Spanish Ser and Estar Flashcards
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Learning the difference between the verbs ser and estar is a huge stumbling block for a lot of Spanish students.
The problem is that both verbs literally mean “to be”, so it’s very easy to mix them up.
The trick is learning when to use each one, since they’re reserved for specific contexts and meanings.
If you’re unfamiliar with the usages of ser and estar, SpanishDict has a great primer you can use to learn the basics.
In the meantime, grab our free flashcards to learn how to conjugate each verb correctly for the appropriate pronoun, such as yo (I), tú (informal you), and nosotros (we).
The pack includes one set of flashcards featuring the Spanish forms of ser and their English equivalents and a second set of cards featuring the forms of estar.
There is also a set of blank cards with just the Spanish conjugations, which kids can use to memorize their English meanings.
What we did was laminate the ser and estar flashcards that included Spanish and English.
We left the set of just Spanish cards unlaminated, so the kids could copy down the vocabulary themselves.
Scroll down to get your printable ser and estar flashcards!
Be sure to see these other Spanish learning resources!