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Complexity and Accuracy with Ser/Estar in Different Levels of Competence in Spanish as a Foreign Language
This paper explores the use of structures with the verbs ser and estar to see if there are empirical data that allow associating their appearance in non-native production, with the levels of linguistic competence proposed by the European Reference Framework. In the study, 124 writing assignments of an academic certification made by university exchange students were considered. The results show that there are features that mark significant dif-ferences between levels, for which explanations aredoi:10.30827/pl.v0i32.13706 fatcat:dxu3rrqukzaerbmzjres42jtve