I remember sover because is kind of sounds like "solve". When you sleep your unconscious brain is working in the background to "solve" problems and work up to solutions. Before going to sleep you tell your partner, "I'm going to sover...maybe I'll have the solution in the morning."
Pensaba lo mismo jaja solo que es mas una palabra usada por españoles que por otros paises de habla hispana
Word "sover" reminds me polish word "sowa" which means "owl". As we know owls sleep in the day
I think I'll remember it cos "sover" sounds similar to "sobar", which means to sleep in Spanish slang
How would you differentiate between "The bear is sleeping" and "The bear sleeps"? Or is it just contextual?