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Spanish Verbs Cheat Sheet by

A study guide for basic spanish verbs
spanish

First Set

bailar
to dance
cantar
to sing
comer
to eat
correr
to run
dibujar
to draw
escribir
to write
escuchar musica
to listen to music
hablar por telefono
to talk on the phone
hablar espanol
to speak spanish
hacer ejerciclos
to exercise
leer un libro
to read a book
levantar pesas
to lift weights
mirar la television
to watch T.V.
pintar
to paint
usar la comput­adora
to use the computer

Third Set

alquilar una pelicula
to rent a movie
andar en patineta
to ride a skateboard
aprender el espanol
to learn how to speak spanish
beber
to drink
el agua
water
el refresco
soda
el jugo
juice
charlar
to chat/talk
comprar
to buy/pu­rchase
desear
to desire­/want
escribir correos electr­onicos
to write an email
esquiar
to ski
esquiar en tabla
to snowboard
estudiar
to study
gritar
to yell/shout
 

Fourth set

jugar al balonc­est­o/b­asq­uetbol
to play basketball
jugar al polo acuatico
to play water polo
jugar al sofbol
to play softball
jugar al tenis
to play tennis
jugar al voleibol
to play volleyball
jugar al billar
to play pool
jugar al boliche
to play bowling
llorar
to cry
manejar un coche/un carro
to drive a car
montar­/andar en bicicleta
to ride a bike
montar a caballo
to ride a horse
pasar un rato con los amigos
to hang with friends
patinar sobre hielo
to ice skate
pensar
to think
practicar deportes
to practice sports
sacar fotos
to take photos
tocar la guitar­ra/el piano
to play gituar­/piano
tomar apuntes
to take notes
trabajar
to work
ver peliculas
to watch movies
visitar amigos­/fa­milia
to visit friend­s/f­amily
andar
to walk or ride
compartir
to share
comprender
to understand
ganar dinero
to earn money
lunchar
to wrestle
montar en motoci­cleta
to motorcycle
recibir regalos
to receive gifts
surfear (correr las olas)
to surf

Second Set

abrazar
to hug
besar
to kiss
descansar
to rest
dormir
to sleep
fumar
to smoke
ir de compras
to shop
jugar al futbol
to play soccer
jugar al futbol americano
to play football
jugar videoj­uegos
to play videogames
nadar
to swim
cazer
to hunt
cocinar
to cook
patinar
to skate
pescar
to fish
viajar
to travel
 

Using Verbs

Me gusta
I like
No me gusta
I do not like
Le gusta
He/She likes
No le gusta
He/She does not like
nos gusta
we like
no nos gusta
we do not like
mucho
a lot
un poco
a little
a veces
sometimes
siempre
always
a menudo
often
rara vez
rarely
todos los dias
all days
todas las noches
every night
todas las tardes
every afternoon
todas las mananas
every morning
nunca (used with no me gusta only)
never
de vez en cuando
occasi­onally

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Comments

murfel murfel, 15:54 12 Nov 14

Could you add diacritical marks and tildes?

lcteg14 lcteg14, 05:51 6 Apr 16

"cazer" wrong... is "cazar"

nunca (used with no me gusta only) -> what means that? you rarely will use "nunca" with "gusta"

"lunchar" its "luchar" and is most "fight" than "wrestle"

NatalieMoore NatalieMoore, 05:18 10 Apr 16

Great feedback :)

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