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CPHS Spanish 2B verbs

List of all verbs from the En español 1 text that will be learned at the completion of Spanish 2.
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Abrir
to open
Acabar de
to have just
Acostarse (o-ue)
to go to bed, to lie down
Afeitarse
to shave oneself
Alquilar un video
to rent a video
Almorzar (o-ue)
to eat lunch
Andar en bicicleta/patineta
to ride a bicycle / to skateboard
Apagar la luz
to turn off the lights
Aprender
to learn
Ayudar
to help
Bailar
to dance
Bañarse
to bathe oneself
Barrer (el suelo)
to sweep the floor
Beber
to drink
Buscar
to look for, to search
Cantar
to sing
Caminar
to walk
Cenar
to dine, to eat supper
Cerrar (e-ie)
to close
Cocinar
to cook
Comer
to eat
Compartir
to share
Comprar
to buy
Comprender
to understand, comprehend
Contar (o-ue)
to count; to tell
Contestar
to answer
Conocer a alguien
to know, to be familiar with someone
Correr
to run
Costar (o-ue)
to cost
Creer
to believe
Cruzar
to cross
Cuidar a
to take care of
Dar
to give
Deber
to ought to, should; to owe
Decir (e-i)
to say; to tell
Decidir
to decide
Dejar (un mensaje)
to leave a message
Desayunar
to eat breakfast
Descansar
to rest
Despertarse (e-ie)
to wake oneself up
Devolver (o-ue)
to return (an item)
Doblar
to turn, to fold
Dormir (o-ue)
to sleep
Dormirse (o-ue)
to fall sleep
Ducharse
to shower oneself
Empezar (e-ie)
to start, to begin
Encontrar (o-ue)
to find, to meet
Enseñar
to teach
Entender (e-ie)
to understand
Entrar
to enter
Escribir
to write
Escuchar
to listen to
Esperar
to wait, to hope
Estudiar
to study
Estar
to be (located/feeling)
Estar de acuerdo
to agree, to be in agreement
Ganar
to win, to earn
Hablar
to talk, to speak
Hacer (la cama)
to make the bed
Hay
there is, there are
Ir
to go
Ir a + inf
to be going to do something
Irse
to go away, to leave
Jugar (u-ue)
to play a game or sport
Lavar
to wash
Lavarse la cabeza
to wash one's hair
Lavarse los dientes
to brush one's teeth
Leer
to read
Levantar pesas
to lift weights
Levantarse
to get oneself up
Limpiar
to clean
Llamar
to call
Llegar
to arrive
Llevar
to wear, to carry
Llover (o-ue)
to rain
Mandar
to send
Manejar
to drive
Marcar
to dial, mark
Maquillarse
to put on makeup
Merendar (e-ie)
to have a snack
Mirar
to watch, to look at
Mover (o-ue) los muebles
to move furniture
Nadar
to swim
Necesitar
to need
Nevar (e-ie)
to snow
Ofrecer
to offer
Oír
to hear
Ordenar (las flores, los libros)
to arrange (the flowers, books)
Pagar
to pay
Pasar un rato
to spend time, hang out
Pasar la aspiradora
to vacuum
Pasear
to go for a walk
Patinar
to skate
Pedir (e-i)
to ask for, to order
Peinarse
to comb ones hair
Perder (e-ie)
to lose; to miss
Pintar
to paint
Planchar (la ropa)
to iron the clothes
Poder (o-ue)
to be able to; can
Poner (la mesa)
to set the table
Ponerse la ropa
to put on clothes
Practicar
to practice
Practicar deportes
to practice sports
Preferir (e-ie)
to prefer
Preguntar
to ask a question
Preparar
to prepare
Quedar (en)
to be (in a specific place), to agree on
Querer (e-ie)
to want; to love
Quitar (la mesa, el polvo)
to clear (the table, dust)
Recibir
to receive
Recordar (o-ue)
to remember
Regatear
to bargain
Repetir (e-i)
to repeat
Saber
to know facts, to know how to
Sacar una buena nota
to get a good grade
Sacar la basura
to take out the trash
Sacar fotos
to take pictures
Salir
to leave, to go out
Secarse
to dry oneself
Ser
to be (D.O.I.T.)
Servir (e-i)
to serve
Seguir (e-i)
to follow, to continue
Tener (e-ie)
to have
Tener # años
to be # years old
Tener calor
to be hot/to have heat
Tener cuidado
to be careful/to have caution
Tener frío
to be cold/to have cold
Tener ganas de + inf.
to feel like doing something
Tener hambre
to be hungry/to have hunger
Tener miedo
to be scared/to have fear
Tener prisa
to be in a hurry/to have hurry
Tener razón
to be right/to have reason
Tener sed
to be thirsty/to have thirst
Tener sueño
to be sleepy/to have "dream"
Tener suerte
to be lucky/to have luck
Terminar
to finish, end
Tocar
to play (a musical instrument), to touch
Tomar
to take
Tomar el sol
to sunbathe
Trabajar
to work
Usar
to use
Vender
to sell
Venir (e-ie)
to come
Ver
to see
Viajar
to travel
Visitar
to visit
Vivir
to live
Volver (o-ue)
to return, to come back
Traer
to bring