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Old November 07, 2015, 06:33 AM
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Ser Vs Estar

Which one of the following four is correct? I think it needs to be the Imperfect tense and it needs to be the verb ser as we are describing something in the past. Is era the correct option? If so, are any of the others acceptable?

• La camisa era muy larga.
• La camisa fue muy larga.
• La camisa estaba muy larga.
• La camisa estuvo muy larga.


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