Oh god tell me about it. I always find myself confused because I'll use estar to describe the location of a person, but it could be ser because maybe it's the geographical location of the building where the person is that matters; or the other way around lmao. I feel like I have sentence structure down fairly well, so I really want to start expanding my Spanish vocabulary.
Today I learned that "dibujar" is to draw! :D So that was very exciting for me lol
I honestly think that the differences between "ser" and "estar" are one of the hardest things for an English-speaker to fully understand, so good luck. You can always contact me if you have any questions or just want to chat!
I've been for a while now. :) I took a class because it was a requirement, but then I realized I actually have an aptitude for it; so I'm pursuing it! I'm still leaning, of course, I just got down the idea of fui, fuiste, fue, etc. but it's a great language and I'm excited to keep going. n_n;