I know ser is used for more permanent things and estar is temporary but I dunno some how i keep getting them confused. I know ser is with time and place of origin but I dunno i keep reviewing it and I can do the separate but when I have to combine them I get confused so does anyone know any tricks to keep them straight because it's like i switch their uses. this is a big part of my final. I am get with the reflexive verbs, the direct and indirect pronouns (seperate and combined) but what seems like to be something easy i am not grasping.
P.S. I'm only in spanish one so we only deal with the present tense currently