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Spa3: Verbs from Spa2 (Review)

Verbs from Chan/Specth 2012-2013
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abrir
to open
aburrir
to bore
aburrirse
to be bored
acostarse
to go to bed
afeitarse
to shave
almorzar
to eat lunch
apagar
to shut off/ blow out
aprender
to learn
arreglar
to straighten up, to clean, to arrange
atacar
to attack
ayudar
to help
bailar
to dance
bajar
to descend
bañarse
to bathe oneself
beber
to drink
bucear
to snorkel
buscar
to look for, to search
caerse
to fall down
calcular
to calculate
cambiar
to change
caminar
to walk
cantar
to sing
casarse
to marry each other
celebrar
to celebrate
cenar
to eat dinner
cepillarse
to brush
cerrar
to close
charlar
to chat/visit and talk
chocar
to crash
cocinar
to cook
coleccionar
to collect
colgar
to hang/to hang up
comenzar
to commence
comer
to eat
comprar
to buy
comprender
to comprehend
conocer
to know (familiarity)
contestar
to answer
correr
to run
cortar
to cut
costar
to cost
creer
to think, to believe
cruzar
to cross
cuidar niños
to babysit
dañar
to injure/harm
dar
to give
darse la mano
to shake each other's hands
deber
to ought to (should)
decir
to say or to tell
decirse "Hola"
to say hello to each other
dejar
to leave (something)
desayunar
to eat breakfast
descansar
to rest
desear
to desire, to wish for
desobedecer
to disobey
despedirse
to say goodbye to each other
despertarse
to wake up
destruir
to destroy
devolver
to return (an object)
dibujar
to draw
disparar
to shoot/to fire a gun
divertirse
to have fun
doblar
to turn, to fold
doler
to ache, to hurt
dormir
to sleep
dormirse
to fall asleep
ducharse
to take a shower
empatar
to tie
empezar
to start, to begin
enamorarse
to fall in love
encantar
to be enchanted by, to love
encender
to light/ to turn on
encontrar
to find
encontrarse
to find each other
enseñar
to teach
entender
to understand
entregar
to turn in
enviar
to send/to mail
escapar
to escape
escoger
to pick/to choose
escolar
school (adjective)
esconder
to hide
escribir
to write
escribirse
to write to each other
escuchar
to listen
esquiar
to ski
estar
to be
estudiar
to study
explicar
to explain
explorar
to explore
explotar
to explode
fascinar
to fascinate
ganar
to win, to earn
golpear
to hit/run into
graduarse
to graduate (reflexive)
gritar
to yell/scream
guardar
to keep/to put away
gustar
to please
hablar
to speak/to talk
hablarse
to talk to each other
hacer
to make/to do
hacer fila
to line up
hacer una pregunta
to ask a question
hay
there is/there are
interesar
to interest
investigar
to investigate
ir
to go
jugar
to play
lastimarse
to hurt oneself
lavar
to wash
lavarse
to wash
leer
to read
levantarse
to stand up
limpiar
to clean
llamarse
to call oneself
llegar
to arrive
llevar
to wear
llorar
to cry
llover
to rain
maquillarse
to put on make-up
matar
to kill
mentir
to lie
merendar
to eat a snack
meter un gol
to score a goal
mirar
to look
molestar
to annoy
montar
to ride
mostrar
to show
nacer
to be born
nadar
to swim
necesitar
to need
nevar
to snow
obedecer
to obey
ocurrir
to occur
olvidar
to forget
pagar
to pay
participar
to participate
pasar
to pass/to go by
pasarlo bien
to have a good time
pasarlo mal
to have a bad time
pasear
to go about/to go for a walk
patinar
to skate
pedir
to ask for
pegar
to hit (another person/thing)
pelearse
to fight
pensar
to think/to plan
perder
to lose
perdonar
to excuse
perseguir
to chase
poder
to be able to
poner
to put/to place/to set
ponerse
to put on (oneself)
portarse bien
to behave well
portarse mal
to behave badly
practicar
to practice
preferir
to prefer
preguntar
to question
preparar
to prepare
prestar
to lend
probar
to taste/to try
probarse
to try on
quedarse
to stay
quemar
to burn
querer
to want
quitar
to clear
quitarse
to take off
reciclar
to recycle
recordar
to remember
regresar
to come back/ to return
reparar
to repair
repartir
to pass out/distribute
repasar
to review
repetir
to repeat
rescatar
to rescue
responder
to respond
robar
to rob
romper
to break
saber
to know (a fact)
sacar
to take (out)
sacar una buena/mala nota
to get a good/bad grade
sacudir
to dust
salir
to leave
saltar a la cuerda
to jump rope
saludar
to greet
secarse
to dry
seguir
to follow/continue
sentarse
to sit down
sentirse
to feel
ser
to be
servir
to serve
soler
to be in the habit of
soportar
to tolerate
subir
to ascend
tener
to have
tener éxito
to be successful
tener que
to have to
terminar
to end
tocar
to play an instrument or to touch
tomar
to take in or to drink
trabajar
to work
trabajar como voluntario
to volunteer
traer
to bring
usar
to use
vender
to sell
ver
to see
verse
to see each other
vestirse
to dress (oneself)
visitar
to visit
vivir
to live
volver
to return