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Spanish Verbs Page 2

<p>All spanish verbs from the second page of the yellow packet</p>
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Batir
to beat, whisk
Bautizar
to baptize
Beber
to drink
Besar
to kiss
Borrar
to erase
Bostezar
to yawn
Botar
to fling, to cast (away), to throw (away), to launch
Brincar
to jump, skip
Bromear
to joke around
Broncear
to bronze, to tan
Bucear
to scuba dive
Burlarse de
to make fun of
Buscar
to look for
Caber
to fit
Caerse
to fall down
Calentar (ie)
to heat
Callarse
to be silent, to keep quiet
Cambiar
to change
Caminar
to walk
Cansarse
to get tired
Cantar
to sing
Carecer
to lack
Cargar
to load
Casarse con
to get married (to)
Castigar
to punish
Cazar
to hunt
Celebrar
to celebrate
Cenar
to eat dinner
Cepillarse
to brush one's teeth
Cerrar (ie)
to close
Charlar
to chat
Chismear
to gossip
Chocar
to crash
Chupar
to suck
Cobrar
to charge (money)
Cocinar
to cook
Coger
to catch, to seize, to take, to grasp, to grab
Cojear
to limp
Colar (ue)
to strain (strainer)
Colocar
to put, place
Comenzar (ie)
to begin, start
Comer
to eat
Compartir
to share
Comprar
to buy
Comprender
to understand
Concluir
to conclude
Conducir
to drive
Confiar en
to trust
Congelar
to freeze
Conocer
to know (people), to be acquainted with
Conseguir
to get, to obtain
Consistir en
to consist of
Construir
to build
Contagiar
to infect
Contaminar
to pollute, to contaminate
Contar (ue)
to count, to tell
Contener
to contain
Contestar
to answer
Contraer
to contract
Contratar
to hire
Convencer
to convince
Convivir
to live together; to coexist
Copiar
to copy
Coquetear
to flirt
Correr
to run
Cortar
to cut
Cortar con
to break up with
Cosechar
to harvest
Costar (ue)
to cost
Crear
to create
Creer
to believe
Criticar
to criticize
Cruzar
to cross
Cultivar
to grow, cultivate
Dar
to give
Dar de comer
to feed
Dar un complido
to compliment