104 terms

Review verbs from Spanish 1 (note stem-change, *irregular yo, or **completely irregular)

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abrir
to open
acabar de
to just have (+inf)
almorzar
to eat lunch (ue)
alquilar
to rent
andar
to ride (en patineta); to walk
aprender
to learn
arreglar
to straighten up; to arrange; to fix
ayudar
to help
bailar
to dance
bajar
to descend; to go down
barrer
to sweep
beber
to drink
buscar
to search for; to look for
caminar
to walk
cantar
to sing
celebrar
to celebrate
cerrar
to close (ie)
cocinar
to cook
comer
to eat
compartir
to share
comprar
to buy
comprender
to understand
contar
to count; to tell (a story/joke) ue
contestar
to answer
correr
to run
cortar
to cut
costar
to cost (ue)
cuidar
to care for; to take care of
dar
to give *
deber
should; must
decir
to say; to tell (i) *
decorar
to decorate
descansar
to rest
dibujar
to draw
dormir
to sleep (ue)
empezar
to begin; to start (ie)
encontrar
to find (ue)
enseñar
to teach
entender
to understand (ie)
envolver
to wrap (ue)
escribir
to write
escuchar
to listen to
esperar
to wait for; to hope
esquiar
to ski
estar
to be **
estudiar
to study
ganar
to win
hablar
to talk; to speak
hacer
to do; to make *
invitar
to invite
ir
to go **
jugar
to play (ue)
lavar
to wash
leer
to read
limpiar
to clean
llamar
to call
llegar
to arrive
levantar
to lift; to raise
llevar
to wear; to carry
llover
to rain (ue)
mirar
to watch; to look at
montar
to ride
nadar
to swim
necesitar
to need
nevar
to snow (ie)
pagar
to pay for
pasar
to spend (time); to pass
pasear
to take a walk; to stroll
patinar
to skate
pedir
to ask for; to order (i)
pensar
to think (ie)
perder
to lose (ie)
planchar
to iron
poder
to be able to; "can" (ue)
poner
to put; to place; to set *
practicar
to practice
preferir
to prefer (ie)
preparar
to prepare
querer
to want; to love (a person) (ie)
quitar
to take away; to clear
recibir
to receive
sacar
to take out
sacudir
to dust; to shake
salir
to leave; to go out *
ser
to be **
servir
to serve (i)
subir
to ascend; to go up
tener
to have (ie) *
tocar
to play (an instrument); to touch
tomar
to take
trabajar
to work
traer
to bring *
usar
to use
vender
to sell
venir
to come (ie) *
ver
to see *
viajar
to travel
vivir
to live
volver
to return (ue)
doler
to ache; to hurt (ue)
encantar
to love (to be very pleasing to)
gustar
to like (to be pleasing to)
llamarse
to be called (name)
hay
there is; there are