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Spanish Irregular Verbs

Spanish 3 irregular verbs.
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acetar
to set right (ie)
ascender
to go up (ie)
cerrar
to close (ie)
confesar
to confess (ie)
despertar(se) (ie)
to wake up
encender
to switch on (ie)
entender
to understand (ie)
helar
to freeze (ie)
pensar
to think (ie)
quebrar
to break (ie)
remendar
to mend (ie)
adquirir
to acquire (ie)
consentir
to spoil (ie)
divertirse
to have fun (ie)
mentir
to lie (ie)
referir
to refer (ie)
sentirse
to feel well/sick (ie)
apretar
to press/squeeze (ie)
atravesar
to cross (ie)
comenzar
to start (ie)
defender
to defend (ie)
empezar
to start (ie)
encerrar
to enclose (ie)
gobernar
to govern (ie)
nevar
to snow (ie)
perder
to lose (ie)
querer
to want (ie)
sentarse
to sit down (ie)
advertir
to warn (ie)
convertir
to convert (ie)
hervir
to boil (ie)
preferir
to prefer (ie)
sentir
to feel sorry for (ie)
acordarse (de)
to remember (ue)
almorzar
to eat lunch (ue)
contar
to count (ue)
devolver
to return (ue)
encontrar
to find (ue)
mover
to move (ue)
oler
to smell (ue)
recordar
to remember (ue)
resolver
to resolve (ue)
tronar
thunder (ue)
volver
to return (ue)
acostarse
to go to bed (ue)
conmoverse
to be touched (ue)
costar
to cost (ue)
doler
to hurt (ue)
llover
to rain (ue)
mostrar
to show (ue)
poder
to be able to (ue)
renovar
to renew (ue)
soler
to be in the habit of (ue)
volar
to fly (ue)
dormir
to sleep (ue)
despedir(se) de
to say goodbye (i)
impedir
to impede (i)
reir(se)
to laugh (i)
repetir
to repeat (i)
sonreir
to smile (i)
pedir
to ask for (i)
gemir
to groan (i)
medir
to measure (i)
renir
to argue (i)
servir
to serve (i)
vestir(se)
to put on clothes (i)
seguir
to follow/continue (i)