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ERIC Number: EJ028591
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1970
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"Ser" and "Estar" in a New Light
Roldan, Mercedes
Language Sciences, 12, 17-20, Oct '70
Demonstrates that the Spanish verb estar, which occurs in all stative sentences, is semantically distinct from ser" in having a contrastive semantic content, state," whereas the verb ser" is a true copula, having no semantic load and existing in the sentence as a mere inflection holder." (FWB)
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