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-ante, -ente, -iente Gerundios
suffocating 
burning 
shocking 
running (as in running water) 
depressing 
governing 
Spanish-speaking 
humiliating 
insulting 
interesting 
remaining 
suffocating 
sleeping 
existing 
wounding 
rising 
waiting 
following 
smiling 
dying 
-dor/a Gerundios
overwhelming 
accusing 
flattering 
exhausting 
encouraging 
blinding 
moving 
discouraging 
maddening 
troublemaking 
revealing 
flying 
-ivo, -iva Gerundios
hearing 
deciding 
depressing 
revolving 
-oso/a Gerundios
sickly 
loving 
gossiping 
annoying 
foaming 
shaking 
-able Gerundios
untiring 
drinking (as in water) 
Past Participle for Gerund
standing 
sitting 
lying down 
reclining 
boring 
grieving 
daring 
amusing 
entertaining 
good-looking 
Expresiones
breathtaking 
earsplitting 
eye-catching 
hair-raising 
heartbreaking 
heartwarming 
mind-blowing 
mouthwatering 
nerve-shattering 
toe-tapping 
Nominalized Infinitives
dawn 
dusk 
assets; income 
opinion 
sorrow 
power 
knowledge 
being 
What preposition goes with this word--A or De?
abstenerse 
acercarse 
arrojarse/lanzarse 
venir 
caer 
aprender 
tirar 
huir 
deshacerse 
echarse 
llegar 
EnseƱar 
ponerse 
comenzar 
alejarse 
bajar 
divorciarse 
irse 
salir 
obligar 
invitar 
separarse 
subirse 
prescindir 
dedicarse 
surgir 
volver 
empezar 
venir 
salir 
ser 
partir 
Back Equivalents
back of animal 
back of book or house 
back of book (spine) 
back of chair 
back of check or document 
back of hand 
back of person 
background of picture 
back (used as adjective) 
backdoor 
back issue 
back pay 
back row 
backseat 
backyard 
from the back 
in the back of the house 
in the back of the car 
in the back of the room 
on one's back 
some months (years, etc) back 
to be back 
to call back 
to come (go) back 
to give back 
to hold back 
to back away 
to back out (of an agreement) 
to backpack 
to back up (a vehicle) 
to back up (to support) 
to have one's back to the wall 
to have one's back turned toward 
to shoot (somebody) in the back 
To Move
to change place or position of somethin 
to move (when the subject changes position) 
to move away 
to move closer 
to advance/to make progress 
to change residence; to change clothes 
to affect emotionally 
to move to tears, to anger, etc. 
to move (in a game) 
a move in a game 
on the move 

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