We’ll dedicate this section to look at some adjectives with the verbs ser and estar (to be), which often cause confusion in Spanish.
Take a look at the examples and you’ll see that the verb ser doesn’t work with the same adjectives as the verb estar. Switching these verbs can sometimes alter the meaning.
In Spanish there are some adjectives tha fit with the verb SER but other that can't go with the verb Estar. For example:
Adjectives that can combine with the verb ESTAR usually show a result:
Adjectives that can be combined with the verbs SER and ESTAR can change their meaning:
1.The verb ser: indicate a quality or a feature that is permanent:
2.While the verb estar: indicate an acquired quality
OBSERVATIONS FOR THE VERBS SER AND ESTAR:
The same adjective used with the verb ser or estar can change the meaning of a phrase: