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Mixed Verb Review 2

regular AR, ER, IR verbs, irregular verbs, stem-changing verbs
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cerrar
to close
comenzar (a)
to begin, to start, to commence
defender
to defend
despertarse
to wake up (oneself)
empezar (a)
to begin, to start
entender
to understand
pensar
to think
perder
to lose
querer
to want/ to wish
recordar
to remember, to recall, to remind
acostarse
to go to bed, to lie down
almorzar
to eat lunch, to lunch
contar
to count, to tell, to relate
costar
to cost
devolver
to return an object
encontrar
to find, to meet up with somebody
mostrar
to show, to point out, to display
poder
to be able, can
volver
to return, to go back
jugar (al)
to play a game or sport
divertirse
to have a good time, enjoy oneself
mentir
to lie
preferir
to prefer
sentirse
to feel (well or ill)
sugerir
to suggest, to hint
dormir
to sleep
morir
to die
pedir
to ask for, to request
repetir
to repeat
servir
to serve, to be of use
vestirse
to dress oneself, to get dressed
romper
to break, to tear
aprender (a)
to learn
comer
to eat
beber
to drink
leer
to read
esconder
to hide, to conceal
creer
to believe, to think
correr
to run
prometer
to promise
meter
to put, to place, to insert
vender
to sell
deber
to owe, must, ought to
comprender
to understand, to comprehend
responder
to reply, to answer, to respond
decidir
to decide
vivir
to live
asistir (a)
to attend
cubrir
to cover
subir
to go up, to climb, to get on (a train or bus, etc.)
descubrir
to discover
escribir
to write
describir
to describe
abrir
to open
insistir (en)
to insist, to persist
recibir
to receive
caminar
to walk, to move along
charlar
to chat, to talk
estudiar
to study
hablar
to talk, to speak
escuchar
to listen (to)
llamar
to call, to name
mirar
to look, to watch
buscar
to look for
sacar
to take out, to get
tocar
to play (instrument), to touch
trabajar
to work
ayudar
to help, to aid, to assist
bailar
to dance
cocinar
to cook
ganar
to earn, to win
hallar
to find, to discover
desear
to desire, to wish, to want
practicar
to practice
entrar
to enter, to go (in), to come (in)
esperar
to hope, to wait (for)
invitar
to invite
preparar
to prepare
cantar
to sing
saludar
to greet, to salute
nadar
to swim
llegar
to arrive
limpiar
to clean
cortar
to cut, to cut off/out
necesitar
to need
cenar
to have dinner, to dine
explicar
to explain
lavar
to wash
regresar
to return, to go back
contestar
to answer, to reply (to)
llevar
to wear, to carry (away)
usar
to use, to employ
comprar
to buy, to purchase
pasar
to happen, to pass (by), to spend (time)
firmar
to sign
enseñar
to teach, to show
viajar
to travel
pagar
to pay (for)
preguntar
to ask, to question
terminar
to end, to finish, to terminate
tomar
to take, to have something to eat or drink
visitar
to visit
llorar
to cry, to weep
mandar
to send
amar
to love
odiar
to hate
besar
to kiss
abrazar
to hug
tener
to have/to hold
tener años
to be a # of years old
tener suerte
to be lucky
tener ganas de
to feel like doing something
tener que + infinitive
to have to do something
tener hambre
to be hungry
tener sed
to be thirsty
tener calor
to be hot
tener frío
to be cold
tener éxito
to be successful
tener prisa
to be in a hurry
tener sueño
to be sleepy
tener razón
to be right
no tener razón
to be wrong
ser
to be ( C P R D T O L M)
estar
to be (H E L P)
ir
to go
ir a + infinitive
to be going to do something
ver
to see
dar
to give
conocer
to know (people or places)--perosonal "a"
saber
to know (facts or information, how to do something)
venir
to come (e--ie)
decir
to say or tell (e--i)
oír
to hear (i--y)
salir
to leave
valer
to be worth, to cost
traer
to bring
caer
to fall
hacer
to do, to make
poner
to put, to place
conducir
to drive, to conduct
tener miedo
to be afraid