Ser and estar both mean "to be". 

Watch as they battle it out "to be" in the sentence.

Oh, and things could get ugly.

We're going to need a D.O.C.T.O.R in this P.L.A.C.E. 

Ser : to be
Descriptions
~Él es fuerte.
Occupations
l es boxeador
Characteristics
l es temible (scary)
Time
~Son las tres.
Origin
~El es de California
Relationship
~Él es mi amigo.
Estar : to be
Position
~Él está de pie (standing).
Location
~Él está en el ring.
Action (present progressive)
~Él está peleando (fighting).
Condition
~Él no está cansado
Emotion
~Él está emocionado (excited).
 

Aaaand in this corner... 

ser : to be

yo 

tú 

él

ella 

Ud.

nosotros 

ellos

ellas 

Uds.

soy

eres

es

somos

son

estar : to be

yo 

tú 

él

ella 

Ud.

nosotros 

ellos

ellas 

Uds.

estoy

estás

está

estamos

están

Ser and Estar both mean to be but are used for different things. Did you copy the lists above?
Lets see who will  win  
Round #1.

Step into the ring.

~Post a picture of you and your friends on your blog.
 
~Describe the picture using at least one sentence for each use of ser and estar.
~The title of your blogpost should be <<Mis amigos y yo>>

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