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Stack #2576499

Noboa - Avancemos 2 Verb Review (Units 1 - 8 of Avancemos 1A & 1B)

acampar to camp
acostarse (o-ue) to go to bed
afeitarse to shave
alisarse el pelo to straighten one's hair
almorzar (o-ue) to eat lunch
alquilar to rent
andar en patineta to ride a skateboard
ayudar to help
bailar to dance
bajar to go down
baƱarse to take a bath
bucear to scuba dive
buscar to look for
caminar to walk
cantar to sing
celebrar to celebrate
cepillarse to brush
cerrar (e-ie) to close
cocinar to cook
comenzar (e-ie) to begin; start
comprar to buy
conectar to connect
contestar to answer
cortar to cut
costar (o-ue) to cost
cuidar to take care of
dar to give
dar una fiesta to throw a party
darle de comer al perro/gato to feed the dog/cat
dar una caminata to go hiking
decorar to decorate
dejar un mensaje to leave a message
desayunar to eat breakfast
descansar to rest
despertarse (e-ie) to wake up
dibujar to draw
ducharse to take a shower
empezar (e-ie) to begin; start
encontrar (o-ue) to find
enseƱar to teach
escuchar to listen to
esperar to wait for
esquiar to ski
estornudar to sneeze
estudiar to study
ganar to win
gastar el dinero to spend money
gustar to like
hablar to talk
invitar to invite
jugar (u-ue) to play (games or sports)
lavar to wash
lavarse to wash oneself
levantar to lift
levantarse to stand up
limpiar to clean
llamar to call
llegar to arrive
llevar to take
mandar to send
manejar to drive
maquillarse to put on makeup
mirar to look at; to watch
mirarse to look at oneself
montar to ride
montar a caballo to ride a horse
nadar to swim
navegar to navigate
necesitar to need
olvidar to forget
pagar to pay
pasar to pass
pasar un rato con ... to spend time with
pasar la aspiradora to vacuum
pasear to go for a walk; stroll
patinar to skate
peinarse to comb one's hair
pensar (e-ie) to think
pescar to fish
pintar to paint
planchar to iron
poner to put
ponerse to put (something) on
practicar to practice
preguntar to ask
preparar to prepare
probarse la ropa to try on clothing
quedarse to stay
quemar to burn
quitar la mesa to clear the table
quitarse to take (something) off
regatear to bargain
remar to row
rizarse el pelo to curl one's hair
sacar to take out
saltar to jump
secarse to dry oneself
terminar to finish; end
tocar to play (music or instruments)
tomar to take
trabajar to work
usar to use
abrir to open
aprender to learn
barrer to sweep
beber to drink
comer to eat
comer al aire libre to eat outdoors; picnic
compartir to share
comprender to understand
conocer to know (person, place, thing)
correr to run
creer to believe
decir (e-i) to say or tell
doler (o-ue) to hurt; ache
dormir (o-ue) to sleep
dormirse (o-ue) to fall asleep
entender (e-ie) to understand
envolver (o-ue) to wrap
escribir to write
hacer to do or make
hacer una parrillada to barbecue
hacer un viaje to take a trip
hacer surf de vela to windsurf
ir to go
leer to read
perder (e-ie) to lose
recibir to receive
ser to be (Time, Origin, Description, Occupation)
sorprender to surprise
pedir (e-i) to ask for; to order
preferir (e-ie) to prefer
saber to know (information or facts)
salir to go out
servir (e-i) to serve
subir to go up
tener to have
toser to cough
traer to bring
vender to sell
venir to come
vestirse (e-i) to get dressed
vivir to live
volver (o-ue) to return
estar to be (Health, Emotion, Location, Present progressive tense)
Created by: Noboa
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