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100 terms

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PLAY
hay
there is, there are
ser
to be (in a permanent sense)
tenir
to have
abrir
to open
acostarse
to go to bed
almorzar
to have lunch
asistir
to attend
cenar
to have dinner
cerrar
to close
comer
to eat
conducir
to drive (c)
conocer
to know (someone)
deber
ought to, should, must (do something)
desayunar
to have breakfast
descansar
to rest
despertarse
to wake up
dormir
to sleep
entender
to understand
enviar
to send (e)
escribir
to write
escuchar
to listen to
estudiar
to study
hablar
to speak
hablar por teléfono
to talk on the phone
hacer
to do, to make
hacer ejercicio
to exercise
hacer ejercicio aeróbico
to do aerobics
ir
to go
jugar
to play
leer
to read
levantarse
to get up
mandar
to send (m)
manejar
to drive (m)
mirar
to look at, watch
navegar la Red
to surf the net
necesitar
to need
pasar
to spend (time)
pedir
to ask for, request
pensar
to think (about)
poder
to be able, can
preferir
to prefer
preguntar
to ask (a question)
querer
to want
recibir
to receive
regresar
to return (to a place)-r
salir
to go out, leave
soler
to be in the habit of
tener que
to have to (do something)
tocar (la guitarra)
to play (the guitar)
trabajar
to work
venir
to come
vestirse
to get dressed
volver
to return (to a place)-v
bailar
to dance
correr
to run
charlar
to chat
chatear
to chat, participate in a chat room
dar un paseo
to take a walk
lavar (la ropa)
to wash (clothes)
limpiar (el apartamento)
to clean (the apartment)
nadar
to swim
no hacer nada
to do nothing
practicar un deporte
to practice, play a sport
quedarse (en casa)
to stay (at home)
sacar vídeos
to rent videos
tomar (un café)
to drink (a cup of coffee)
ver
to watch/see (v)
andar
to walk
buscar
to look for
dar
to give
decir
to say, to tell
dormirse
to fall asleep
empezar
to begin
estar
to be (change)
llamar
to call
llegar
to arrive
pagar (la cuenta)
to pay (the bill)
preparar (la cena)
to prepare (dinner)
recorder
to remember
saber
to know (facts, information)
tener un examen
to have (take) a test
asegurar
to assure
creer
to believe
opinar
to thin, have the opinion
parecer
to seem
describir
to describe
abrazar
to hug
adaptar
to adapt, adjust
afeitar
to shave (someone)
apoyar
to support (emotionally)
bañar
to bathe (someone or something)
besar
to kiss
comprender
to understand
despedir
to say good-bye
imponer
to impose
llevar
to carry
llevarse (bien) (mal)
to get along (well) (poorly)
mantener
to support (financially)
parecerse
to resemble, look like
saludar
to greet