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Test Friday-- 1/29/16

tratar to try
visitar to visit
levantar la mano (mrs cedotal says all the time) to raise one's hand
sacar una buena nota to get a good grade
regresar to return or go back
necesitar to need
navegar la red to surf the web (the internet)
buscar to search/look for
enviar to send
pagar to pay
aceptar (staff of pepperdine will ______ me into their university) to accept
dictar to dictate
depositar to deposit
ensenar (squiggly over the 'n') to teach
entrar to enter
esuchar to listen to
estudiar (hate doin it but ya know, we have to so) to study :((
explicar to explain
gritar to scream
invitar to invite
*jugar* to play
llegar to arrive
parar to stop
pasar to pass
preparar to prepare
preguntar (_____ someone if they're preggy) to ask
pescar to fish
saludar (salut in french or something??) to greet
contestar to answer
ayudar (ayudamay or however ya spell it) to help
Created by: Sabrina Smith