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Flashcards in Capítulo 11 & 12 Deck (165):
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To move (from one place to another)

Mudarse

2

We want to invite y'all to the party.

Queremos invitarles a la fiesta

3

To get frightened/scared

Asustarse

4

To cheer up

Animarse

5

To delay

Demorarse

6

To make a mistake

Equivocarse

7

I see the woman

Yo veo a la mujer

8

I hardly ever see you.

Casi nunca te veo.

9

To find

Hallar

10

We want to see a film today

Queremos ver una película hoy

11

The line

La fila

12

Common expression for become; used for physical and emotional changes

Ponerse + adjetivo

13

The snack

La pasaboca

14

Two expressions with nouns expressing profession; they imply effort on the part of the subject

Hacerse, llegar a ser

15

To remember

Acordarse (de)

Me acuerdo
Te acuerdas
Se acuerda

Nos acordamos
Os acordáis
Se acuerdan

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To laugh

Reírse

Me río
Te ríes
Se ríe

Nos reímos
Os reís
Se ríen

17

To take advantage of

Aprovecharse de

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Can we pick y'all up at 1:00?

¿Los podemos recoger a la una?

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To look for

Buscar

20

Upon entering the apartment, we take off our shoes.

Al entrar el apartamento, nos quitamos los zapatos.

21

To be acquainted with, to know (a person or place)

Conocer

22

We see Pedro

Vemos a Pedro

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The traveler

El viajero

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To get better

Mejorarse

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To get angry

Enfadarse (de);
Enojarse (de)

26

To pick up

Recoger

27

He is becoming a lawyer.

Llega a ser abogado.

28

To amuse oneself, to have a good time

Divertirse (ie)

29

To hurt oneself

Lastimarse

30

To get ready to go out, to fix oneself up

Arreglarse

31

I ought to accompany them to the train

Las debo acompañar al tren

32

At 7:00, I sit down at the table to eat.

A las siete, me siento en la mesa para comer.

33

To get dressed

Vestirse

34

Lisa waits for her sister, who always arrives late.

Lisa espera a su hermana que siempre llega tarde.

35

To sit down, to seat oneself

Sentarse

36

To stamp

Sellar

37

You visit the child

Tu visitas al niño

38

To wake up, to wake oneself

Despertarse (ie)

39

To embrace

Abrazar

40

To trust, to have trust in

Fiarse (en)

41

To miss (a person or a place)

Extrañar

42

To behave oneself (well/badly)

Portarse (bien/mal)

43

Mary loves him

María lo ama

44

To chat

Charlar

45

The owner

El dueño

46

She knows me well

Me conoce bien

47

We wait for the train

Esperamos el tren

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The tip

La propina

49

To move

Moverse

Me muevo
Te mueves
Se mueve

Nos movemos
Os movéis
Se mueven

50

To let

Dejar

51

The smile

La sonrisa

52

The husband shaves his beard while his wife paints her nails.

El esposo se afeita la barba mientras su esposa se pinta las uñas.

53

To realize

Darse cuenta (de)

Me doy cuenta
Te das cuenta
Se da cuenta

Nos damos cuenta
Os dais cuenta
Se dan cuenta

54

Above all

Sobre todo

55

The register

El registro

56

The two sisters understand each other well.

Las dos hermanas se entienden bien.

57

To dare to

Atreverse (a)

58

To understand each other

Entenderse

59

He puts on a sweater.

Se pone un suéter.

60

To write to each other

Escribirse

61

He complains about his neighbors because they make a lot of noise.

Se queja de sus vecinos porque hacen mucho ruido.

62

To accompany
I always accompany my grandmother to the store.

Acompañar
Siempre acompaño a mi abuela a la tienda.

63

To meet

Encontrarse (con)

Me encuentro

64

They see each other everyday.

Se ven todos los días.

65

My friends help each other.

Mis amigos se ayudan el uno al otro.

66

To know each other

Conocerse

67

Energetic, excited

Animado

68

To become quiet

Callarse

69

The fare

La tarifa

70

They greet us on Mondays

Nos saludan los lunes

71

I can't call anyone

No puedo llamar a nadie

72

He remembers her.

Se acuerda de ella.

73

We know each other well.

Nos conocemos bien.

74

She is becoming a doctor.

Se hace doctora.

75

To get involved in, to meddle

Meterse (en)

76

To choose

Escoger

77

The children are going to listen to you

Los niños te van a escuchar

78

To go away, to leave quickly

Irse

Me voy
Te vas
Se va

Nos vamos
Os vais
Se van

79

I know them from my trip to Mexico

Los conozco de mi viaje a México

80

Do you want to call someone?

¿Quieres llamar a alguien?

81

To ask oneself, to wonder

Preguntarse

82

To fall down

Caerse

Me caigo
Te caes
Se cae

Nos caemos
Os caéis
Se caen

83

To get up, to raise oneself

Levantarse

84

To jump

Saltar

85

George kisses her

Jorge la besa

86

To calm down

Calmarse;
Tranquilizarse

87

To meet with

Reunirse

88

The cream

La nata

89

Used to express a sudden, involuntary change

Volverse + adjetivo

90

I become angry upon hearing the news.

Me pongo brava al escuchar las noticias.

91

Who wants to help her?

¿Quién quiere ayudarla?

92

Roberto and Sonia love each other.

Roberto y Sonia se quieren.

93

To take care of

Cuidar

94

Satisfied

Complacido

95

I see the tree

Yo veo el árbol

96

To notice

Fijarse (en)

97

Customs

La aduana

98

Y'all see your cousins

Uds. ven a sus primos

99

I'm not afraid of falling.

No tengo miedo de caerme.

100

You laugh all the time.

Te ríes todo el tiempo.

101

To shave

Afeitarse

102

To resemble, to look like

Parecerse (a)

Me parezco
Te pareces
Se parece

Nos parecemos
Os parecéis
Se parecen

103

To put makeup on, to put (nail) polish on

Pintarse (las uñas)

104

I visit the man

Yo visito al hombre

105

To burn oneself, to get burned

Quemarse

106

To kill

Matar

107

To put makeup on, to make up (one's face)

Maquillarse (la cara)

108

To get along (well) with

Llevarse (bien) (con)

109

To fall in love with

Enamorarse (de)

110

We are going to miss them a lot

Vamos a extrañarlos mucho

111

To put on (clothing)

Ponerse

112

To get sick

Enfermarse

113

Talkative

Hablador, habladora

114

To feel (well/ill) (or any emotion or health condition)

Sentirse (bien/mal)

Me siento
te sientes
Se siente

Nos sentimos
Os sentís
Se sienten

115

The trains are always delayed during rush hour.

Siempre se demoran los trenes durante la hora pico.

116

To speak to each other

Hablarse

117

To take off (clothing)

Quitarse

118

Seated

Sentado

119

To dedicate oneself

Dedicarse

120

To greet

Saludar

121

To get off

Bajarse de

122

She looks at the house

Ella mira la casa

123

To make fun of

Burlarse (de)

124

Even the psychologists go crazy.

Hasta los psicólogos se vuelven locos.

125

To express yourself

Expresarse

126

She makes mistakes all the time because he talks without thinking about anything.

Se equivoca mucho porque habla sin saber nada.

127

To brush (one's teeth, one's hair)

Cepillarse

128

To go to bed

Acostarse (ue)

129

Can you wait for us?

¿Puedes esperarnos?

130

To have breakfast

Desayunarse

131

To remain

Quedarse

132

Do you know each other?

¿Se conocen Uds.?

133

The driver

El conductor

134

To fill up

Llenarse

135

I ought to call him now

Debo llamarlo ahora

136

To worry

Preocuparse (de)

137

To move

Moverse

138

Outside my window

Más allá de mi ventana

139

To take off (clothing)

Quitarse

140

To love each other

Quererse

141

To help each other

Ayudarse

142

To die

Morirse

Me muero
Te mueres
Se muere

Nos morimos
Os morís
Se mueren

143

To see each other

Verse

144

To defend oneself

Defenderse

145

To carry, to carry off, to carry away; to wear

Llevar

146

Far away

A lo lejos

147

To gather, to pick up

Recoger

148

To leave (something or someone) behind
I leave my keys in my house.

Dejar
Dejo mis llaves en mi casa.

149

To comb (one's hair)

Peinarse (el pelo)

150

To stand up

Pararse

151

To yell at, to scream at

Gritar

152

Elena and Paula help each other a lot.

Elena y Paula se ayudan mucho.

153

Radiant

Radiante

154

To face/overlook the plaza

Dar a la plaza

155

I notice details a lot.

Me fijo mucho en los detalles.

156

To rush

Apresurarse

157

To complain about

Quejarse (de)

158

It's a good hotel, but I don't want to stay in this city.

Es un buen hotel, pero no quiero quedarme en esta ciudad.

159

The tear

La lagrima

160

To embrace

Abrazar

161

To become happy, to be glad

Alegrarse (de)

162

Cozy

Acogedor

163

To fall asleep

Dormirse

164

Many people become nervous before taking an exam.

Muchas personas se ponen nerviosas antes de tener un examen.

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She blushes because she is shy.

Se pone roja porque es tímida.