Ser vs. Estar: Adjectives that change meaning + exercises

Ser vs. Estar: Adjectives that change meaning + exercises
Ser vs. Estar: Adjectives that change meaning + exercises
Ser vs. Estar: Adjectives that change meaning + exercises
Ser vs. Estar: Adjectives that change meaning + exercises
Ser vs. Estar: Adjectives that change meaning + exercises
Ser vs. Estar: Adjectives that change meaning + exercises
Ser vs. Estar: Adjectives that change meaning + exercises
Ser vs. Estar: Adjectives that change meaning + exercises
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This is a 12 page compilation of handouts and worksheets.

It is a great resource for your students to practice spanish verbs SER and ESTAR with those adjectives that change meaning whether they are used with one or another.

**Page 2: first chart with 16 adjectives that change the meaning whether they are used with ser or estar (abierto, aburrido, agarrado, atento, bueno, callado, cansado, católico, claro, cerrado, fresco, grave, guapo, delicado, despierto, interesado)
**Page 3: second chart with 16 adjectives that change the meaning whether they are used with ser or estar (listo, maduro, malo, molesto, moreno, muerto, negro, orgulloso, pálido, pesado, rico, rojo, seguro, verde, viejo, vivo)
**Page 4: Exercise 1 (Complete as in the example)
**Page 5: Exercise 2 (Complete the following sentences with the correct form of SER or ESTAR)
**Page 6: Exercise 3 (Underline the correct option in each sentence), Exercise 4 (Write one sentence with each adjective. Keep in mind that they are adjectives that change meaning when they are used with SER or ESTAR)
**Page 7: Exercise 5 (Find a pair! Match the sentence on the left to the sentence on the right), Exercise 6 (Complete the sentences with the adjectives below)
**Page 8: Exercise 7 (Complete as in the example: Mi nieto es muy bueno. Siempre me ayuda a cruzar la calle. __to be good, honest (to be a good person)__
**Page 9: Review
**Page 10: Vocabulary (students can make a list of new words and also write the translation)
**Page 11: Answer Key
**Page 12: Terms of use

Worksheets can be used with your students for class practice or homework.

No prep! Print and go!

Enjoy!

You can find the 100% Spanish version of this lesson clicking on the link below:
Ser vs. Estar: Adjetivos que cambian de significado + ejercicios

Check out also:
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Spanish Present Tense: Regular Verbs + exercises (Presente de Indicativo)

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