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Q. I’ve found the following statements: “El cielo es azul” and “El cielo está azul” (The sky is blue). Which one is correct?

A. Both statements are correct, although they mean different things. Notice the use of different verbs: ser and estar. When used with adjectives, ser denotes a permanent characteristic whereas estar indicates a state or condition. Cont....

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