Ser vs Estar in Spanish: times, dates, seasons
When we want to express data about days, dates, seasons and hours we use the verb ser (not estar).
Have a look and listen to these examples:
Note that we drop the article "el" before the date when we say "today's date" with "Hoy es..."
See also Conjugate ser in the present tense in Spanish (El Presente).
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