practice ser and estar Ser and estar are two tricky verbs in Spanish that get most of the learners crazy, so I thought to make something fun from them and I have created 5 quizzes, from the different learning levels

Today it will be a short post, I promise!-I know I keep saying that, but this one it is, because this post is all about you, it is an actionable one, so this time the ball is on your roof 🙂

I thought that as warm up for the next study year or to get back on track if you had a break during the summer the best way would be something you can do, not just read, read,read, I mean reading is ok but when you practice/do things you remember them better so in order for you to practice ser and estar with these quizzes, you can actually have a look to a blog I wrote not long ago regarding when to use each one, but I would challenge you to get crazy and just jump straight to the quiz, if you get a bad score you always can have a look to the theory and give it a second go.

Here is the blog with the explanation when to use each one




So that is it! I told you, now it is your turn

Here you go, and you have no excuses, as there is a quiz for each level, it might be a good idea to start from the beginners and make your way up see what the score difference is, be creative. But give it a try I think it can be a good warm up for the blogs to come and to get back on track if you had a break during the summer

And the challenge starts in…….3….



GO! Click on whatever  level you want to practice 🙂















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Once you had the chance to do it please come back and let us know how it went, I would love to hear from you and if you are confused about any of the questions I am here to help you so ask away. I am looking forward to reading you

I hope you have fun, if you enjoy them do not forget to share it with your friends, classmates etc etc…

Good luck 🙂



I will talk to you soon-pronto.

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One Response to “practice ser and estar”

  1. Harris

    Check question #1 in the Advanced quiz. Is there a problem?


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