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1

to be . . . when dealing with an essential characteristic

ser (8)

2

to have . . . when used as a helping verb

haber (11)
he has ha hemos habéis han
hube hubiste hubo hubimos hubísteis
hubieron
habré habrás habrá habremos habréis habrán

3

to be able to
1. (having capability)
a. can
My girlfriend can dance salsa.
b. to be able to
I need my glasses to be able to see.

2. (asking for something or permission)
a. can

Can you pass me that pencil?

Could I see a menu, please?

b. may
?May I use the bathroom?

c. to be allowed to
Are we allowed to bring alcohol to the concert?

poder (o-ue)


Mi novia puede bailar salsa.

Necesito mis gafas para poder ver.




¿Me puedes pasar ese lápiz?

¿Podría ver un menú, por favor?


¿Puedo usar el baño


¿Podemos traer alcohol al concierto?

4

to tell, say

decir (e-i)

5

to go

ir

6

to be going to do something

1. (to go to a place)
a. to go to
Are you going to go to the party on Saturday?

You should go to school before it gets any later.
2. (expressing intentionality)
a. to go
Can you go and ask your brother if he wants to have dinner?

b. to be going to
I'm going to water the garden when the sun goes down.

ir a + infinitivo



¿Vas a ir a la fiesta el sábado?


Debes ir a la escuela antes de que se (haga (Subj )) más tarde.


¿Puedes ir a preguntarle a tu hermano si quiere cenar?


Voy a regar el jardín cuando baje el sol.

7

to leave

irse

8

to see; to understand; to investigate or look into something; to visit or see someone

ver

9

to find oneself; to appear; to meet up

Men like to look masculine.

They were to meet here at seven.

It's an advantage to be good looking.

He promised to meet him at the coffee shop.

verse

A los hombres les gusta verse masculinos.

Tenían previsto verse aquí a las siete.

Es una ventaja el verse bien.

Prometió verse con él en la cafetería.

10

to give; to hand, hand over; to yield

dar

11

to find something or someone

dar con algo o alguien

12

to decide to infinitive

dar por + infinitivo, dar en + infinitivo

13

to look over a place

dar a lugar, dar sobre lugar

14

to give birth

dar luz, dar a luz

15

to turn

darse vuelta (39)

16

to make no difference

dar lo mismo (39)

17

to give or devote oneself to something

darse a algo (39)

18

to assume or consider someone or something to be adjective or participle

dar por + adjectivo, dar por + participio

19

to realize
It took him only a few minutes to realize his mistakes.
It didn't take Tom long to realize he wasn't welcome there.

darse cuenta de
Sólo le llevó unos minutos darse cuenta de sus errores.
No le tomó mucho a Tom darse cuenta de que no era bienvenido allí.

20

make known

1. (to divulge)
a. to announce
The committee has announced the names of this year's prize winners.

b. to make known
Juan made his disapproval known by voting against the bill.

c. to publish (results or analysis)
The scientists published the findings of their research yesterday.

darse a conocer



El comité ha dado a conocer los nombres de los ganadores del premio de este año.


Juan dio a conocer su desaprobación con un voto en contra del proyecto de ley.


Los científicos dieron a conocer las conclusiones de su investigación ayer.

21

escape, run, flee

darse a la fuga

22

meet, make a date, make an appointment

darse cita

23

join, register, sign up, enroll

darse de alta

24

cancel, unsubscribe, unregister, terminate, fire

darse de baja

25

to know . . . when dealing with information; to learn

saber

26

to should, must; to owe

You should meet him.

You should sleep.

You should be sleeping.

Should I go?

We ought to win.

We should sit down.

We have to leave. We must go.

deber

Deberías conocerlo.

Deberías dormir.

Deberías ser dormir.

¿Debería ir?

Deberíamos ganar.

Deberíamos sentarnos

Debemos irnos. Debemos ir.

27

to put, put on

poner (-go)

28

to put on oneself

ponerse (-go)

29

to start to do something

get down to work

To diet

Become safe

I need to go on a diet.

To catch up

You need to go on a diet.

Help me stand up.

Bring the water to a boil.

I'm going to set the table.

ponerse a + infinitivo (-go)

ponerse a trabajar

ponerse a dieta

ponerse a salvo

Necesito ponerme a dieta.

Necesitas ponerte a dieta.

ponerse al corriente

Ayúdame a ponerme de pie. (Imp + -me)

Pon el agua a hervir.

Voy a poner la mesa.

30

to seem, look like

You look tired.
You sound tired.
You look like you're tired.

You seem busy.

It looks like rain.

She looked lonely.

It looks fantastic. That sounds great.

It seems strange.

parecer (-zco)

Pareces cansado.



Pareces ocupado.

Parece lluvia.

Parecía sola.

Parece genial.

Parece extraño.

31

to stay, remain

quedar

32

to remain to do something

quedar por infinitivo

33

to believe

creer (-y-)

34

to talk

hablar

35

to take; to carry

llevar

36

to leave someone or something behind; to let, allow

dejar (94)

37

to follow

seguir (e-i) (97)

38

to find

encontrar (o-ue) (100)

39

to call

llamar (104)

40

to come

venir (e-ie) (105)

41

to think

pensar (e-ie) (106)

42

to go out, come out, get out; to leave, depart; to come out or appear

salir (-go) (111)

43

to return, come or go back; to turn, turn over or inside out; to return, repay, restore

volver (o-ue) (112)

44

to do something again; to return to

volver a infinitivo (o-ue) (112)

45

to regain consciousness

volver en sí (o-ue) (112)

46

to take, drink

tomar (122)

47

to know . . . when dealing with people or places; to meet someone

conocer (-zco) (124)

48

to live

vivir (128)

49

to feel, regret

sentir (e-ie) (131)

50

to treat, handle

tratar (134)

51

to attempt or try; to concern or be about

tratar de (134)

52

to deal with or have contact with
Handle with care!
Tom is hard to deal with.

tratar con (134)
Tratar con cuidado!
Es difícil tratar con Tom

53

to concern or be about

tratar sobre (134)

54

to deal in

tratar en (134)

55

to look, watch

mirar (142)

56

to tell, count

contar (o-ue) (155)

57

to start

empezar (e-ie) (161)

58

to wait; to hope for, expect

esperar (163)

59

to search for

buscar (173)

60

to exist

existir (177)

61

to enter

entrar (179)

62

to work

trabajar (183)

63

to write

escribir (187)

64

to lose, miss

perder (e-ie) (190)

65

to produce, cause

producir (-zco) (195)

66

to occur, happen

ocurrir (200)

67

to understand

entender (e-ie) (203)

68

to request, ask for

pedir (e-i) (204)

69

to receive

recibir (205)

70

to recall, remember; to remind; to wake up

recordar (o-ue) (215)

71

to finish, end, terminate

terminar (219)

72

to permit, allow

permitir (220)

73

to appear

aparecer (221)

74

to get, acquire, obtain

conseguir (e-i) (222)

75

to start, commence

comenzar (e-ie) (223)

76

to be begin to do something

comenzar a infinitivo (e-ie) (223)

77

to serve

servir (e-i) (226)

78

to remove; to take out

sacar (228)

79

to need

necesitar (229)

80

to support, keep, maintain

mantener (e-ie) (234)

81

to result in, turn out

resultar (238)

82

to read

leer (244)

83

to fall, collapse

caer (245)

84

to fall down

caerse (245)

85

to change

cambiar (246)

86

to introduce

presentar (249)

87

to create

crear (251)

88

to open

abrir (252)

89

to consider

considerar (261)