Using ser+preposition para (not estar) to indicate a recipient

In Spanish when we want to say who something is for we use the verb ser followed by the preposition para. Have a look and listen to these examples:

El regalo es para mi madre.
The present is for my mum.

Las flores son para Carlota.
The flowers are for Carlota.

¿Esa carta es para ti?
Is that letter for you?

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Examples and resources

Las flores son para Carlota.
The flowers are for Carlota.


El regalo es para mi madre.
The present is for my mum.


¿Esa carta es para ti?
Is that letter for you?


Q&A

K

Kwiziq community member

21 November 2018

1 reply

Hi, the error "para tí" in this lesson has not been corrected. Thanks, K

Inma

Kwiziq language super star

29 November 2018

29/11/18

Hola K

Corrected. Muchas gracias.

Inma

Getting that for you now.