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Old November 27, 2014, 05:12 PM
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Ser amado/estar amado

Hola chicos
¿Cómo estáis? espero que estéis bien
tengo una pregunta!
¿Cuál es la diferencia entre Estar amado y ser amado?
Y no me refiero a la diferencia entre los verbos estar y ser

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Old November 27, 2014, 06:35 PM
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¿Podría facilitarnos algún contexto que le haya planteado una duda concreta? A priori, no caigo en ninguna posibilidad por la cual dijese "estar amado".

El ser amado.
Una persona amada.
Está amando.
Se ha amado.
Ha sido amado.


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Old November 28, 2014, 06:47 AM
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¿Podría facilitarnos algún contexto que le haya planteado una duda concreta? A priori, no caigo en ninguna posibilidad por la cual dijese "estar amado".

El ser amado.
Una persona amada.
Está amando.
Se ha amado.
Ha sido amado.


Un saludo.
Lamentablemente no tengo algún contexto
pero gracias Julvenzor por responderme xD
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Me parece que puede usa estar amado en lo siguentem pero quiero averiguarlo.
Mi esposa es caprichosa. Hoy estoy amado, pero mañana quien sabe.
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None of the past participles of verbs for feelings of others sounds right with estar: querido, amado, estimado, odiado, repudiado, detestado... are all accompanied by ser.
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Hola, Poli:

Si nos referimos a la esposa, diríamos: hoy me ama, pero mañana quién sabe.
Lo más parecido sería: Me siento amado, querido por todos.
Sin embargo, "estoy amado" suena bastante mal.


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