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Exp2e Ch8, Voc2, 2

Verbos (Chap 8, Voc 2, Exploraciones 2nd Edition)

aburrir to bore
andar en to ride
caer bien to like a person
caer mal to dislike a person
chatear to chat (online)
contar (ue) to tell (a story); to count
dar la vuelta to take a walk or a ride
dibujar to draw
encantar to really like, to enjoy immensely
fascinar to fascinate
hacer jardinería to garden
importar to be important
interesar to interest
ir de paseo to go for a walk
jugar a los bolos to go bowling
molestar to bother
mostrar (ue) to show
navegar el Internet to surf the web
pasar tiempo to spend time
pelear to fight; to argue
portarse to behave
portarse (bien/mal) to behave (well/badly)
prestar to lend
salir to leave, to go out
salir (a + infinitive) to go out to do something
saltar to jump
tejer to knit
tocar (el piano) to play (the piano)
tocar (la guitarra) to play (the guitar)
trepar to climb
trepar (un √°rbol) to climb (a tree)
volar to fly
Created by: ChuckHutchings