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SER versus ESTAR - to be

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How do I know when to use SER or ESTAR as they both mean "to be"?

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Characteristics- Juan es alto.
Nationality- Juan es mexicano
Origin- Juan es de Mexico
Time- Es la una. (it's one o'clock)
Equality- Juan es ...