110 terms

Spanish 3 Verb Review

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Abrir
to open
Añadir
to add
Aprender
to learn
Ayudar
to help
Bailar
to dance
Beber
to drink
Buscar
to look for
Caminar
to walk
Cantar
to sing
Comer
to eat
Comprender
to understand, to comprehend
Correr
to run
Cruzar
to cross
Deber
should/ ought to
Describir
to describe
Escribir
to write
Escuchar
to listen
Esquiar
to ski
Estudiar
to study
Ganar
to win
Hablar
to talk, to speak
Lavar
to wash
Leer
to read
Limpiar
to clean
Llegar
to arrive
Llevar
to wear, to take, to carry
Llorar
to cry
Mandar
to send
Manejar
to drive
Nadar
to swim
Navegar en la Red
to surf the Internet
Pasear
to take a walk
Pelear
to fight
Planchar
to iron
Practicar
to practice
Subir
to go up, to rise
Tocar
to play (instrument or music)
Tomar lecciones
to take lessons, classes
Tomar el desayuno
to take in breakfast
Trabajar
to work
Visitar
to visit
Vivir
to live
Dar
to give
Decir
to say, to tell
Estar
to be (condition, location)
Ir
to go
Ir de compras
to go shopping
Ser
to be (characteristic, origin, profession, etc)
Tener
to have
Tener que
to have to
Tener Calor
to be hot
Tener Frío
to be cold
Tener Ganas de
to feel like
Tener Hambre
to be hungry
Tener Miedo
to be afraid
Tener Razón
to be correct
Tener Sed
to be thirsty
Tener Sueño
to be sleepy
Venir
to come
Ver la tele
to watch TV
Conocer
to know people
Hacer
to make, to do
Poner
to put, place or set
Saber
to know facts or information
Salir
to leave, to go out
Cerrar
to close
Comenzar
to begin (c)
Empezar
to begin (e)
Encender
to light, to turn on
Entender
to understand (e)
Nevar
to snow
Pensar
to think, to plan
Perder
to lose
Preferir
to prefer
Querer
to want
Sentirse
to feel
Competir
to compete
Pedir
to ask for, to order
Repetir
to repeat
Seguir
to continue, to follow
Servir
to serve
Almorzar
to eat lunch
Contar
to count
Devolver
to return an item
Dormir
to sleep
Encontrar
to find
Jugar
to play a sport
Llover
to rain
Morir
to die
Poder
to be able
Probar
to try, to taste
Volver
to return (oneself)
Acostarse (ue)
to go to bed
Afeitarse
to shave
Bañarse
to take a bath
Cepillarse
to brush (oneself)
Cortarse
to cut oneself (hair for example)
Despertarse (ie)
to wake up oneself
Divertirse (ie)
to have fun
Dormirse
to fall asleep
Ducharse
to take a shower
Entrenarse
to train
Lavarse
to wash oneself
Levantarse
to get up, to stand up
Maquillarse
to put on make up
Peinarse
to come one's hair
Ponerse
to put on oneself
Secarse
to dry oneself
Sentarse (ie)
to sit down
Vestirse (i)
to get dressed
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