“Jacinta y yo sabemos donde es la fiesta”. I thought it was standard to say está when referring to location. Am I missing something about a circumstance to say “donde es”?
Ser is used when you are saying where something takes place. There is a lesson which explains this. Ser vs Estar in Spanish: Using ser in Spanish (not estar) to say when / where something takes place
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