200 Spanish Verbs I

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to put
to learn
to enter
to serve
to dry
to count, to relate, to tell
to stand up
to turn (a wheel, rotate)
to melt
to create/ to make
to smile
to eat
to cry
to maintain
to wake up
to breathe
to advise, to councel
to wish, to desire
to work
to shave
to introduce
to warm
to sit
to keep, reserve
to discover
to read
to lose
to project
to be able to
to raise (children, crops)
to appreciate
to exist
to bring
to treat, handle
to borrow from
to study
to sound
to attend
to catch (a bus, train)
to think
to follow
to stop
to do/ to make
to kick
to touch
to laugh
to listen
to hear
to like something
to finish
to jump
to get, obtain
to act
to allow
to have fun
to want
to hold/ to grip
to buy
to pay
to give
to defend
to fulfill, carry out
to achieve, attain, accomplish
to live
to see
to look at
to remember
to travel/ to visit
to understand
to accept, to approve
to say
to try (to attempt)
to explain
to agree
to crash
to suggest
to help
to shower
to lie about something
to assist
to rain
to arrive
to ride/to mount
to play (an instrument)
to fail
to move
to spend money
to be born
to catch (person, disease)
to divide, to leave
to occupy
to drive (a car)
to request
to cough
to give
to obtain
to humiliate
to hate
to put
to chat
to direct
to kill
to cancel
to have (general existence, temperature)
to form, to shape
to hit
to prosecute
to close
to write
to teach
to raise
to appear, to show up
to arrest
to send
to sew
to feel (emotions, pain, cold...)
to run
to decide
to descend/go down
to embrace
to save (money)
to draw
to believe
to bake
to try (to sample)
to fight
to happen
to break
to comprehend
to throw
to have
to reach, to catch up
to forget
to talk
to sing
to change
to need
to promise
to know
to survive
to come
to recognize
to rent
to earn/ to win
to cook
to climb
to sneeze
to change
to dream
to love someone
to offer
to hope, to wait for
to iron
to cross
to freeze
to go to bed
to find
to play (ex. sports)
to come back, to return
to sleep
to swim
to seem, appear
to stab (with a knife)
to feel/take notice of
to clean
to ask
to endure
to love something
to turn (a person)
to indicate
to hurt
to brush (hair)
to cost
to fry
to inform
to die
to value something, evaluate
to sell
to look for
to carry
to boil
to be
to recieve
to demonstrate
to fall
to leave behind/ to allow to remain
to suppose
to take out, or take (photos, notes)
to rest
to use
to go
to leave (a place)
to fly
to thaw
to yell
to walk
to fill
to begin
to open

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Created Jun 26, 2012ReportNominate
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