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"to follow"

seguir

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"to continue"

seguir

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"to keep (on)"

seguir

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"He keeps coming."

Sigue viniendo.

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"You keep eating"

Sigues comiendo.

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"I keep crying."

Sigo llorando.

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___ also works to translate a lot of the uses of "still" in English.

Seguir

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In fact, using ____ frequently sounds more natural in Spanish than using todavía.

seguir

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"She still believes in Santa Claus."

Sigue creyendo en Santa Claus.

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"I'm still sick."

Sigo enfermo.

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"Do you still not believe in God?"

¿Sigues sin creer en Dios?

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"He still doesn't have a job."

Sigue sin trabajo.

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"Keep it up"

Síguele (in both its genuine and ironic senses)

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"Who's next?"

¿Quién sigue?

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"How are you getting along?"

¿Cómo sigues? (implies that a person has been sick or afflicted by some sort of trouble, even if it's only Spanish grammar exercises.)

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"to feel"

sentir

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_____ is a transitive verb used with direct objets- that is, things you feel.

Sentir

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"I feel cold."

Siento frío. (sentir is transitive verb used with direct objects- i.e., things you feel.)

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"I feel fine."

Me siento bien. (sentirse is a reflixive verb used with adjectives to express 'how' you feel."

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"I feel nauseous."

Siento asco

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"I feel sick to my stomach."

Me siento mal del estómago.

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"I'm very sorry."

Lo siento mucho.

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"Sorry I'm late."

Siento haber llegado tarde.

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"I'm very sorry I couldn't come (or go)."

Siento mucho no haber podido ir.

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"to be"

ser/estar

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"Whose is it?"

De quién es?

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"What is it made of?"

¿De qué es?

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Like querer, ___ in its subjunctive forms can be employed to form "-ever" words or to say "any."

ser

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What brand of beer do you want? You can answer:

La (marca) que sea. (As in this example, you usually employ 'que sea' after someone has already fed you the antecedent. It's better not to repeat the antecedent but think fast to get the right gender.)

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In what restaurant do you want to eat? You can answer:

En el (restaurante) que sea.

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When do you want to play soccer? You can answer: "anytime"

cuando sea

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"to serve" (but how many times do you say 'to serve' on an average day?"

servir

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In Spanish ____ is much more commonly heard for "to work" in the sense of "to function."

servir

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"My phone doesn't work." (servir)

No sirve mi teléfono.

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"What is it used for?" (servir)

¿Para qué sirve?

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"What good is it?" (servir)

¿Para qué sirve?

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When servir is used for 'to serve,' it is often dressed up in the stock phrase "May I help you?"

¿En qué le puedo servir?

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"Help yourself." (tomar instead of servir)

Tome lo que quiera (less commonly, sírvase or sírvete)

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"to be in the habit of" "to be accustombed to"

soler

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____ is a verb that is useful to describe something you usually do.

soler

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"I usually eat at two."

Suelo comer a las dos.

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"He usually goes to the movies after work."

Suele ir al cine saliendo del trabajo.

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"to sound" or "to ring" "to ring a bell" (like a doorbell)

sonar

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"The doorbell's ringing."

Suena el timbre.

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"That sounds dubious."

Eso suena dudoso.

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Do you know Juan Pérez? "No. but the name rings a bell."

No. pero el nombre me suena.

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"to blow one's nose"

Sonarse

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"to smack someone" (sonarse)

sonarse a alguien

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"to dream"

soñar

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"I dream about snakes."

Sueño con serpientes.

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The noun ____ means both "dream" and "sleep".

sueño

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"a lack of sleep"

una falta de sueño

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adjective for "dreamy" or "ideal"

soñado

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"the beach of your dreams"

la playa soñada