El presente
Me acuerdo Nos acordamos
Te acuerdas Os acordáis
Se acuerda
Se acuerdan
Verbos reflexivos
Me, Te, Se, Nos, Os, Se
Dormirse (ue) (to fall asleep)
Despertarse (ie) (to awake)
Acordarse- ue (to remember)
Sentirse (ie) (to feel)
Acercarse (to approach)
Peinarse (to comb)
Sentarse-(ie) (to sit)
Vestirse (i) (to get dressed)
Acostarse (ue) (to go to bed)
Cepillarse (to brush)
Bañarse (to bathe)
Levantarse (to stand up)
Pretérito
Imperfecto




Ayer
Inmediatamente
Una vez
A las seis (Una hora
especifica)
 De súbito (Suddenly)
 De repente (All of a sudden)
 Hace tres días (Three days
Ser /Ir
ago)
El pretérito
Preferí
Preferimos
Preferiste
Preferisteis
Prefirió
Prefirieron
Fui
Fuiste
Fue
Fuimos
Fuisteis
Fueron
Tener – Tuv
e
Estar – Estuv
iste
Andar – Anduv
o
Poner – Pus
imos
Poder – Pud
isteis
Querer – Quis
ieron
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




Muchas veces
Varias veces
Frecuentemente (Frequently)
A menudo – Often
Siempre – Always
De vez en cuando – Once in awhile
Dar (Gave) Ver (Saw)
Di
Diste
Dio
Dimos
Disteis
Dieron
Venir – Vin
Decir – Dij
Ellos, Ellas, Ustedes *eron
Traer – Traj
*Dijeron, Trajeron, Produjeron
Producir – Produj
Distribuir
(Distribuyó/Distribuyeron)
Vi
Viste
Vio
Vimos
Visteis
Vieron
El imperfecto
Costaba
Costábamos
Costabas
Costabais
Costaba
Costaban
Ser
Ir
Ver
Era
Iba
Veía
Eras
Ibas
Veías
Era
Iba
Veía
Éramos Íbamos Veíamos
Erais
Ibais
Veíais
Eran
Iban
Veían
El futuro / El condicional
will
/
would
El futuro
(Will)
AR - ER - IR
Estudiaré
Perderás
Volverá
Preferiremos
Construirán
El condicional
(Would)
AR - ER - IR
Tener - Tendr-
é
ía
Salir - Saldr-
ás
ías
Venir - Vendr-
á
ía
Poner - Pondr-
emos
íamos
Poder - Podr-
éis
íais
Decir - Dir-
án
ían
Hacer - HarSaber - Sabr-
Hablaría
Recibirías
Inferiría
Conduciríamos
Distribuirían
Querer- QuerrHaber – HabrValer – Vald-
Haber – To have done/Had
Viajado / Vivido
Haber – to have done + ado/ido
Ejemplo: Yo he estudiado. (I have studied.)
He Hemos Había Habíamos
Has Habéis Habías Habíais
Ha Han
Había Habían
Participios irregulares
Visto
Escrito
Puesto Vuelto
Roto
Hecho
Dicho
Devuelto
Abierto
Resuelto Suelto
Muerto
Have
Had
Will have
Would have
He
Había
Habré
Habría
Has
Habías
Habrás
Habrías
Ha
Había
Habrá
Habría
Hemos
Habíamos
Habremos
Habríamos
Habéis
Habíais
Habréis
Habríais
Han
Habían
Habrán
Habrían
Descrito
Cubierto
• Tener - To have
Verbs To Know
Preferir (ie) (To Prefer)
Reírse (i) To Laugh
Predecir (i) (To Predict)
Caer (To Fall)
Establecer (To establish)
Salir (To Leave)
Perseguir (i) (To Pursue)
Adquirir (To Acquire)
• Traer - To bring
• Poder (ue)- To be able
• Irse
• Venir
- To go
- To come
• Poner - To put
Contribuir –(To Contribute) Acercarse (To Approach)
• Querer (ie) - To want
Proseguir (i) (To Proceed)
Dormir (ue) (To Sleep)
• Estar - To be
Impedir (i) (To Impede)
Encontrar (ue) (To Find)
• Decir
Ejercer (To exert)
Convertirse (ie) Convert
• Caerse - To fall
Divertirse (ie)(To have fun) Advertir (ie) (To notify)
Acostarse (ue) (To go to bed) Despertarse-(ie)
• Hacer
• Leer
• Andar
- To say, tell
- To do, make
- To read
- To walk, ride
To wake up
• Costar (ue) (To Cost)
Tronar (ue) (To Thunder)
• Sentirse (ie) (To feel)
Atravesar (ie) (To Cross)
• Ascender (ie) (To Ascend) Vencer (To Conquer)
• Mentir (ie) (To Lie)
Hervir (ie) (To Boil)
• Destruir (To Destroy)
Sonreír (i) (To Smile)
• Distribuir (To Distribute) Resfriarse (To catch a cold)
• Asentir (ie) (To agree)
Morir (ue) (To Die)
• Convencer (To Convince) Detener (ie) (To Stop)
• Despedirse (i) (Say Good-bye) Enviar (To Send)
• Graduarse (To Graduate) Distribuir (To Distribute)
• Amenazar (To Threaten)
•
Referir (To Refer)
Entregar (To Deliver) (La Engrega - The Delivery)
to be left
quedar
to be scared
asustarse
to fascinate
fascinar
to break
quebrarse
to hurt
doler
to fall in love
enamorarse
to ache
doler
to graduate
graduarse
to interest/be interested in
interesar
to grow up
criarse
to lack
faltar
to be raised
criarse
to love (things)
encantar
to imagine
imaginarse
to adore
encantar
to improve
mejorarse
to seem
parecer
to make fun of
burlarse
to appear
aparecer
to take a walk
pasearse
to be glad
alegrarse
to take care of one’s self
cuidarse
to be mistaken
equivocarse
to get along well with
llevarse bien con
to be quiet
callarse
to laugh
reírse
to become
hacerse
to remember
acordarse
to give up
darse por vencido
to warm up
calentarse
to stand up
ponerse de pie
to leave
salir
to attend to
atender
to establish
establecer
to bite
morder
to offer
ofrecer
to say/tell
contar
to produce
producir
to count on..
contar con
to protect
proteger
to dream about
soñar con
to recognize
reconocer
to let go
soltar
to thank
agradecer
to pass a course/exam
aprobar
to translate
traducir
to resolve
resolver
to be right
tener razón
to smell
oler
to be worth
valer
to sound
sonar
to propose
proponer
to ring
sonar
to turn out (well)
salir bien
to appear
aparecer
to be important
importar
to attract
atraer
to respond
responder
to interrupt
interrumpir
to suppose
suponer
to occur
ocurrir
to switch on (light)
prender
to suffer
sufrir
to admit
admitir
to correct
corregir
to cover
cubrir
to smile
sonreír
to demand
exigir
to ski
esquiar
to describe
describir
to construct
construir
to direct
dirigir
to contribute
contribuir
to discover
descubrir
to lie
mentir
to discuss
discutir
to maintain
mantener
to debate
discutir
to suggest
sugerir
to exist
existir
to take care of
atender
to insist
insistir
to sign
firmar
to convince
convencer
to converse
conversar
to depend
depender
to stop
parar
to deserve
merecer
to turn off
apagar
to disappear
desaparecer
to turn
doblar
to distract
distraer
to fold
doblar
to fit
caber
to use
utilizar
to grow
crecer
to be born
nacer
to have (past tense)
haber
to be harmful/damaging
hacer daño
to hide
esconder
to be scared
tener miedo
to pay attention
hacer caso
to be worth it
valer la pena
to pay attention
prestar atención
to conquer
vencer
to pick up
recoger
to overcome
vencer
to guess
adivinar
to organize
organizar
to guide
guiar
to participate
participar
to have just
acabar de
to pronounce
pronunciar
to hug
abrazar
to reach
alcanzar
to indicate
indicar
to register
registrar
to introduce
presentar
to repair
reparar
to judge
juzgar
to reserve
reservar
to jump
brincar
to rob
robar
to kill
matar
to save
ahorrar
to last
durar
to scream
gritar
to let/allow
dejar
to send
enviar
to mention
mencionar
to separate
separar
to occupy
ocupar
to cry
llorar
to finish
acabar
to cut
cortar
to get rid of
botar
to declare
declarar
to throw away
tirar
to deposit
depositar
to fly
volar
to dial
marcar
to form, shape
formar
to mark
marcar
to function, run (machine)
funcionar
to doubt
dudar
to get dirty
ensuciar
to employ
emplear
to get someone’s attention
llamar la atención
to experiment
experimentar
to get
agarrar
to experience
experimentar
to grab
agarrar
to express
expresar
to give as a present
regalar
to fight
pelear
to greet
saludar
to find out
averiguar
to accept
aceptar
to be located
quedar
to accuse
acusar
to carry out, fulfill
realizar
to add
agregar
to carry
cargar
to add
añadir
to recharge
recargar
to admire
admirar
to celebrate
celebrar
to advance
avanzar
to charge
cobrar
to morve forward
avanzar
to cash (a check)
cobrar
to advise
avisar
to chat
charlar
to let know
avisar
to concentrate
concentrar
to announce
anunciar
to cool
enfriar
to advertise
anunciar
to create
crear
to attack
atacar
to cross
cruzar
to be busy
estar ocupado
to rain
llover
to worry
preocuparse
to return (an object)
devolver
to devote oneself (work)
dedicarse a
to show
mostrar
to get tired
cansarse
to agree
estar de acuerdo
to remain
quedarse
to choose
escoger
to stay
quedarse
to shower
ducharse
to say goodbye
despedirse
to take off, remove oneself
quitarse
to feel (well or ill)
sentirse
to dry (oneself) off
secarse
to have fun
divertirse
to get angry
enojarse
to sit down
sentarse
to get married
casarse
to wake up
despertarse
to be called/named
llamarse
to lay down
acostarse
to get oneself ready
arreglarse
to realize
darse cuenta
to complain
quejarse
to brush
cepillarse
to draw
dibujar
to get up
levantarse
to drive
manejar
to meet
reunirse
to fix
arreglar
to shave
afeitarse
to go down
bajar
to forget
olvidarse
to lower
bajar
to swim
nadar
to hit
pegar
to invite
invitar
to jump
saltar
to start
empezar
to keep
guardar
to be located
quedar
to maintain
guardar
to leave something or someone
dejar
to die
morir
to fall down
caer
to loan
prestar
to happen
pasar
to love
amar
to enter
entrar
to play
jugar
to explain
explicar
to follow
seguir
to finish
terminar
to continue
seguir
to prefer
preferir
to wear
llevar
to serve
servir
to pay
pagar
to like (please)
gustar
to know (personally)
conocer
to feel
sentir
to learn
aprender
to drink
beber
to listen to
escuchar
to cook
cocinar
to hear
oír
to eat breakfast
desayunar
to go up
subir
to eat dinner
cenar
to sell
vender
to eat lunch
almorzar
to travel
viajar
to look at
mirar
to change
cambiar
to be (permanent)
ser
to arrive
llegar
to be (temp./location etc.)
estar
to owe, ought to, must
deber
to have
tener
to put
poner
to do
hacer
to place
poner
to make
hacer
to believe
creer
to be able to (can)
poder
to speak/talk
hablar
to say/tell
decir
to read
leer
to go
ir
to sleep
dormir
to see
ver
to understand
entender
to give
dar
to find
encontrar
to eat
comer
to call
llamar
to know (info)
saber
to come
venir
to want
querer
A: abandonar (to abandon); abordar (to board); abrazar (to hug); abrir (to open); aburrir ( to bore);
aburrirse (to become bored; abusar (to abuse); acabar (to have just done); acampar (to camp);
aceptar (to accept); acercar (to approach); acercarse (to approach); acompañar (to accompany);
aconsejar (to advise); acontecer (to occur, happen); acordar (to agree); acordarse de (to recall);
acortar (to shorten); acostar (to put to bed); adivinar (to guess); acostarse (to go to bed);
acostumbrar (to get someone used to . . . ); acostumbrarse (to become accustomed); actuar
(to act); admirar (to admire); admitir (to admit); adorar (to adore); adornar (to decorate);
advertir (to advise); afeitar (to shave someone); afeitarse (to shave oneself); afirmar (to affirm);
agorar (to predict); agradar (to please); agradecer (to thank); ahorrar (to save); alcanzar
(to reach); alegrar (to cheer); alegrarse (to be cheered up); aliviar (to relieve); almorzar (to eat
lunch); alquilar (to rent); amanecer (dawn, at sunrise) ; amar (to love); amenazar (to threaten);
andar (to walk, function); anhelar (to yearn for); anunciar (to announce); añadir (to add); apagar
(to put out, extinguish); aparecer (to appear); aplaudir (to applaud); aplicar (to apply); apostar
(to bet); apoyar (to support); apreciar (to appreciate); aprender (to learn); apretar (to tighten,
squeeze); aprobar (to approve);arreglar (to fix, arrange); arrepentirse (to repent); arrojar
(to throw, hurl); asistir (to attend); aspirar (to breathe, aspire); asustar (to frighten); asustarse
(to become frightened); atacar (to attack); atender (to tend to); atraer (to attract); atravesar
(to cross); atreverse (to dare); aumentar (to increase); avanzar (to advance); averiguar (to
ascertain); avisar (to notify, inform); ayudar (to help);
B: bailar (to dance); bajar (to go down); bañar (to bathe someone); bañarse (to take a bath); barrer
(to sweep); batir (to beat); bautizar (to baptize); beber (to drink); bendecir (to bless); besar
(to kiss); bordar (to embroider); borrar (to erase); brillar (to shine); brindar (to invite, offer);
broncearse (to tan oneself); bucear (to dive); burlar (to joke about); burlarse (to joke about
oneself); buscar (to look for);
C: caber (to fit); caer (to fall); calcular (to calculate); calentar (to heat); calentarse (to become
warm; callar; callarse (to be quiet); calmar (to calm someone); calmarse) (to calm down;
cambiar (to change); caminar (to walk); cancelar (to cancel); cansar (to tire); cansarse
(to become tired); cantar (to sing); caracterizar (to characterize); cargar (to load); casar (to give
in marriage, to perform ceremony); casarse (to get married); castigar (to punish); causar
(to cause); cazar (to hunt); celebrar (to celebrate); cenar (to eat dinner); censurar
(to censure); cepillar (to brush); cerrar (to close); cesar (to cease); charlar (to chat); chismear
(to gossip); chocar (to crash); civilizar (to civilize); clarificar (to clarify); clasificar (to classify);
cobrar (to charge); cocinar (to cook); coger (to catch); colgar (to hang); colocar (to place);
colonizar (to colonize); combatir (to combat); comenzar (to begin, start); comer (to eat);
competir (to compete); componer (to compose); comprar (to buy);
comprender
(to understand); comunicar (to communicate); comunicarse (to communicate with);
condenar (to condemn); conducir (to drive); confesar (to confess); confiar (to confide);
confirmar (to confirm); compartir (to share); confiscar (to confiscate); conjugar (to conjugate);
conocer (to know); conquistar (to conquer); conseguir (to get, obtain); consentir (to consent,
permit); conservar (to conserve); consistir (to consist); constituir (to constitute); construir
(to construct); consumir (to consume); contaminar (to contaminate); contar (to count, tell);
contener (to contain); contestar (to answer); continuar (to continue); contribuir (to contribute);
controlar (to control); convencer (to convince); convenir con (to agree about); conversar
(to convert); convertir (to convert); convidar a (to treat to, invite); copiar (to copy); corregir
(to correct); correr (to run); cortar (to cut); coser (to sew); costar (to cost); crear (to create);
crecer (to grow); creer (to believe); criar (to raise); criarse (to be raised); criticar (to criticize;
crucificar (to crucify); cruzar (to cross); cubrir (to cover); cuidar de (to care for); culpar
(to blame); cultivar (to cultivate, harvest); cumplir (to complete); curar (to cure);
D: dar (to give); deber (should, ought to); decidir (to decide); decidirse (to decide); decir (to say,
tell); declarar (to declare); decorar (to decorate); dedicar (to dedicate); dedicarse) (to dedicate
oneself; defender (to defend); dejar (to leave behind, allow, permit); demostrar
(to demonstrate); depender (to depend); depositar (to deposit); deprimir (to depress,
humiliate); derretir (to melt); desagradar (to displease, dissatisfy); desagradecer ( to disfavor);
desaparecer (to disappear); desayunar (to eat breakfast); descansar (to rest); descender
(to descend); describir (to describe); descubrir (to discover); desarrollar (to develop);
desarrollarse (to develop, mature); desear (to desire); deshacer (to undo, take apart);
despedir (to see off) ; despertar (to awaken someone); despertarse (to wake up); destruir
(to destroy); detener (to detain); detenerse (to stop); detestar(to detest); devolver
(to return, give back); devorar (to devour); dibujar (to draw); dirigir (to direct); diseñar
(to design); disfrutar (to enjoy); disgustar (to dislike); disminuir (to diminish); distinguir
(to distinguish); distribuir (to distribute); divertir (to amuse, entertain); divertirse
(to have fun); doblar (to fold, turn; doler (to hurt); dormir (to sleep); dormirse (to fall asleep);
duchar (to shower someone); ducharse (to take a shower); dudar (to doubt; durar (to last);
E: echar (to throw); echarse (to throw oneself); echarse de menos (to miss someone) educar
(to educate); efectuar (to effect, cause); ejercer (to exercise); elegir (to elect); eliminar
(to eliminate); emigrar (to emigrate); empezar (to begin, start); emplear (to employ); enamorar
(to inspire love); enamorarse (to fall in love); encantar (to enjoy); encender (to light, ignite);
encontrar (to find); enfadar (to annoy); enfadarse (to become annoyed); enfermar (to infect
someone); enfermarse (to become sick); enflaquecer (to weaken, make thin); enflaquecerse
(to become thin); engañar (to thin); enojar (to anger); enojarse (to become angry);
enriquecer (to make rich); enriquecerse *to become wealthy); enseñar (to teach); ensuciar
(to mess up); entender (to understand); enterarse (to find out); entrar (to enter); entregar
(to deliver, turn in); entretener (to entertain); entrevistar (to interview); entusiasmar (to
excite); entusiasmarse (to become excited); envejecer (to make old); envejecerse (to age);
enviar (to send); equivocar (to become mistaken); equivocarse (to be mistaken); errar
(to wander, roam); escoger (to choose); esconder (to hide something); esconderse (hide) ;
escribir (to write); escuchar (to listen); esperar (to hope); esquiar (to ski); establecer
(to establish); estar (to be); estimar (to estimate); estudiar (to study); evacuar (to
evacuate); evitar (to avoid); exhibir (to exhibit); exigir (to demand) ; explicar (to explain);
explorar (to explore); explotar (to exploit, develop); exponer (to expose, show; exportar
(to export); expresar (to express); extender (to extend); extinguir (to extinguist);
F: fabricar (to manufacture); faltar (to be lacking); fascinar (to be fascinating); felicitar (to cheer);
fijar (to fix, secure, fasten); fingir (to pretend); firmar(to sign); florecer (to bloom); formar
(to form); fortalecer (to fortify); freír (to fry); funcionar (to function);
G: ganar (to win); gastar (to spend money); generalizar (to generalize); glorificar (to glorify);
gobernar (to govern); graduar (to graduate others); graduarse (to graduate); gritar (to shout);
gruñir (to growl); guardar (to guard); guiar (to guide); gustar (to like, to be pleasing);
H: haber (verbo impersonal); haber (verbo auxiliar); hablar (to speak); hacer (to do, to make);
hallar (to discover, find out); hallarse (to find oneself); helar (to freeze, chill);
heredar (to inherit); herir (to injure); hervir (to boil); huir (to flee);
I: ilustrar (to illustrate); importar (to be important); imprimir (to print); incluir (to include);
indicar (to indicate); inducir (to induce, persuade); influir (to influence); informar
(to inform); iniciar (to begin, initiate); inmigrar (to immigrate); insistir (to insistir); instalar
(to install); insultar (to insult); intentar (to attempt to insist, try); interesar (to be of interest);
interpretar (to interpret); introducir (to introduce); invadir (to invade); inventar (to invent);
invertir (in invert, to invest); investigar (to investigate); invitar (to invite); invocar
(to invoke, call on); ir (to go); irse (to go , to go away, to leave, depart)
J: jactarse (to boast); jugar (to play); juntar (to gather); juntarse (to join, gather oneself with);
jurar (to promise, pledge);
L: ladrar (to bark); lamentar (to lament, regret); lanzar (to throw); lastimar (to hurt); lavar
(to wash); lavarse (to wash oneself); leer (to read); legalizar (to legalize); levantar (to lift, raise);
levantarse (to stand up, to get up); limpiar (to clean); llamar (to call); llamarse (to call oneself,
to be named); llegar (to arrive); llenar (to fill); llevar (to carry, to wear); llorar (to cry);
llover (to rain); lograr (to achieve); luchar (to fight);
M: madurar (to mature); mandar (to send); manejar(to drive); mantener (to maintain, keep);
maquillarse (to apply make-up); marcar (to dial) ; masticar (to chew); matar (to kill); matricular
(to enroll someone); matricularse (to enroll oneself); medir (to measure); mentir (to lie);
merecer (to deserve); merendar (to snack, to lunch) ; meter (to put into); mezclar (to mix);
mirar (to look at, watch); modificar (to modify); molestar (to bother); montar (to ride); morir
(to die); mostrar (to show); mover (to move something, someone); moverse (to move oneself);
mudar (to move someone, change residence); mudarse (to move, change residence);
N: nacer (to be born); nadar (to swim); navegar (to navegate); necesitar (to need); negar (to deny,
refuse, withhold responsibility); negarse (to deny oneself); negociar (to negociate); nevar
(to snow); notar (to note, notice);
O: obedecer (to obey); obligar (to oblige, require); obtener (to obtain); ocurrir (to occur); odiar
(to hate); ofender (to offend); ofrecer (to offer); oír (to hear); oler (to smell); olvidar (to forget
something); olvidarse (forget oneself); oponer (to oppose something); organizar (to organize);
P: padecer (to suffer, endure); pagar (to pay); parar (to stop); parecer (to seem, appear);
participar (to participate); pasar (to pass, spend time); patinar (to skate); pedir (to ask for);
pegar (to hit); peinar (to comb); peinarse (to comb one’s hair); pelear (to fight, quarrel, argue);
pensar (to think, plan); perder (to lose); perdonar (to pardon, forgive); permanecer (to remain);
permitir (to permit, allow); perseguir (to follow, persue); pertenecer (to belong); pesar
(to weigh); pescar (to fish); picar (to prick, pierce); pintar; platicar; planchar; plantar; poder;
poner (to put); ponerse (to get, become); practicar (to practice); predecir (to predict); preferir
(to prefer); preguntar (to ask); preguntarse (to ask oneself); preparar (to prepare); prepararse
(to prepare oneself); presentar (to present, introduce); presentir ( to have an anticipatory
feeling about); preservar (to preserve); prever (to foresee, forecast); probar (to taste);
producir (to produce); prohibir (to prohibit); prometer (to promise); proponer (to propose);
proseguir (to proceed); proteger (to protect); protestar (to protest); provocar (to provoke);
publicar (to publish); purificar (to purify);
Q: quebrar (to break); quebrarse (to get broken); quedar (to stay); quedarse (to stay, remain, stay
behind); quejarse (to complain); quemar; quemarse (to burn); querer (to want);
R: realizar (to fulfill); rechazar (to reject); recibir (to receive); reciclar (to recycle); recoger
(to catch); recomendar (to recommend); reconocer (to recognize); recordar (to remember);
reducir (to reduce); regalar (to give as a gift); regar (to water); regatear (to bargain); regir
(to rule, govern); registrar (to register, record); registrarse (to enroll oneself); regresar
(to return); regular (to regulate, adjust, control); rehusar (to reject); reinar (to reign, rule); reír
(to laugh); renacer (to be reborn, to revive); renovar (to renovate); renunciar (to renounce);
reñir (to scold, quarrel); reparar (to repair); repasar (to pass by again, reexamine); repetir
(to repeat); replicar (to retort, reply); reportar (to carry, restrain); requerir (to require);
reservar (to reserve); resolver (to solve); respetar (to respect); respirar (to breathe); responder
(to respond); resultar (to turn out); revelar (to reveal); rezar (to pray); robar (to rob); rogar
(to beg); romper (to break, tear)
S: saber (to know); sacar (to take out, to get); sacrificar (to sacrifice); sacudir (to shake); salir
(to leave); saltar (to jump); saludar (to greet); salvar (to save); satisfacer (to satisfy); satirizar
(to satirize); secar (to dry something); secarse (to dry oneself); seguir (to follow, continue);
sentar (to seat someone); sentarse (to sit); sentir (to feel, sense, perceive something); sentirse
(to feel a certain way); señalar (to signal); ser (to be / permanent); servir (to serve); significar
(to signify, to mean); simbolizar (to symbolize); situar (to place, put, set); sobrevivir
(to survive); soler (to be used to, accustomed to); sonar (to ring); soñar (to dream); sonreír
(to smile); soportar (to support); sorprender (to surprise); subir (to climb); suceder (to occur);
sufrir (to suffer); sugerir (to suggest); suponer (to suppose); surgir (to surge, raise); suspirar
(to sigh); sustituir (to substitute);
T: tañer (to play music, ring a bell); tapar (to cover with a lid); tardar (to arrive late); temer (to
fear); tener; terminar; tirar; tocar; tomar; torcer (to twist, bend); toser (to cough); trabajar to
work); traducir (to translate); traer (to bring); tragar (to swallow); tratar (to try); triunfar
(to triumph); tropezar (con) (to trip, stumble) ;
U: ubicar (to place) ; unir (to unite); untar (to spread butter etc.); usar (to use); utilizar (to utilize);
V: vaciar(to drain, to empty); valer (to be worth); variar (to vary); vencer (to conquer); vender
(to sell); venir (to come); ver (to see); verificar (to verify); vestir (to dress someone); vestirse
(to get dressed); viajar (to travel); visitar (to visit); vivir (to live); volar (to fly); volver
(to return); votar (to vote)
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