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Feb
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comment Ser and estar for location
@Juanillo: it's hard to find examples of movable events; but the important point is not about locations, distances, events, things, whatever. the real issue is about permanence and definition: if it's an intrinsic part of the being, use "ser" if it's temporary, use "estar"