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“: Ser means "to be" when you are talking about the permanent state of something as in "Esta taza de café es mio.”
“Ser means "to be" when you are talking about the permanent state of something as in "Esta taza de café es mio.”
“One taxi driver today told me, Esta cosa no sirve.”
“Esta mujer trae una ropa muy escandalosa That woman has on really loud cloths.”
“Today, he and Esta van Heerden, the head of the Extreme Biochemistry research group at the University of the Free State in Bloemfontein, have won the confidence of the people who run many of the mines of the Witwatersrand Basin, the most productive in the world.”
“The centerpiece of Ms. Andrade's show which was produced by Pat and Ettore Phillips, who have made a speciality of bringing foreign acts to Birdland was "Esta Tarde vi Llover," by Armando Manzanero, the 75-year-old songwriter from the Yucatan who has been described as the Irving Berlin of Mexico.”
“You also heard rescuers and on-lookers reciting the soccer anthem common in supporters 'quarters: "Esta noche, tenemos que ganar" (Tonight, we must win).”
“Since Herman's death in 1986, Esta has been organizing her husband's archives and art collection and is writing an account of the couple's lifelong involvement in the arts.”
“Believing that her life had been too sheltered, Esta pursued social work, graduating with a master's degree from the University of Pennsylvania in the 1940s.”
“Esta directed a mental health clinic in Baltimore County and worked in private practice before her marriage in 1948 to Herman Maril, whom she met through their mutual interest in art.”
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