There is some kind of acronym that is used to learn the rules for ser in Spanish. There is also one for estar. Does anyone know them? Please help!!
mmm I am Argentinian and I never heard about that.
For ser, it is "TIEMPO" - as in, you use ser when it is:
Time (Monday, four o'clock)
Identification (he is Bob)
Event (such as a concert, party, or wedding)
Material (cotton, wood, metal, plastic)
Possession (his book, her shoes)
Origin (from Illinois, China, Paris)
For estar, it is "PLACE" - as in, you use ser when it is:
Position (on the table)
Location (the door is open)
Action (the book is falling)
Condition (he is sick)
Emotion (she is worried)
Hope this helps!
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