Spanish verbs

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Can you name the Spanish verbs?

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to dare, to venture
to obey
to bite
to stop (oneself)
to accuse
to sell
to run, to race, to flow
to cook
to know, to know how
to begin, to start, to commence
to advise, to counsel
to give
to group
to serve
to annoy, to bore, to vex
to call, to name
to work
to smoke
to join, to unite, to connect
to take out, to get
to admire
to enjoy
to need
to be
to smell
to have supper
to kill
to hear
to say, to tell
to take
to begin, to start
to paint
to exercise, to practice (a profession)
to form, to shape
to write
to rob, to steal
to ask, to inquire, to question
to go
to invite
to prepare
to open
to do, to make
to look, to look at, to watch
to bring
to be concerned, to worry
to have, to hold
to understand
to grow
to celebrate
to love
to undo, to destroy, to take apart
to be able, can
to remember, to recall, to remind
to wake oneself
to thank, to be thankful for
to take a shower, to shower oneself
to be (location)
to attack
to go out, to leave
to laugh
to answer, to reply, to respond
to think
to dance
to travel
to dream
to inscribe, to record, to register
to doubt
to choose, to select, to pick
to close
to attend, to assist, to be present
to describe
to arrive
to burn, to set on fire
to lie, to tell a lie
to cost
to teach, to show, to pointout
to repeat
to swim
to use
to wash
to have lunch
to play (an instrument), to touch
to want, to wish
to sing
to read
to clean
to pay (for)
to fly
to insist, to persist, to stress
to have breakfast
to brush
to come
to ask, to request
to prefer
to earn, to gain, to win
to learn
to eat
to sleep
to seize, to grasp
to study
to walk, to move along
to talk, to speak
to know, to be acquainted with
to continue
to sweep, to whisk
to agree (upon)
to mark, to note, to observe
to lose
to see
to practice
to listen (to)
to live
to drink
to like
to pass, to happen, to spend (time)
to wash dishes, to scrub
to applaud
to finish, to end, to complete
to adopt
to include, to enclose
to confide, to trust
to occupy
to play (a game)
to receive, to get
to lead, to conduct, to drive
to change, to exchange
to visit
to put, to place, to turn on (TV or radio)
to buy, to purchase

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Created Nov 1, 2009ReportNominate
Tags:spanish, English, verb