By Pablo Garcia Loaeza
Verbs are the spine of any language, and if you cannot conjugate them, you cannot speak. This compilation of greater than 500 universal verbs may help rookies in addition to the main complicated Spanish scholars. every one web page specializes in somebody verb, proposing complete conjugations of a number of tenses, plus sentences that illustrate its utilization.
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Extra info for 501 Essential Spanish Verbs
Bajando BAÑARSE To take a bath Bañar To bathe Past part. bañado Ger. bañando BARRER To sweep, to sweep away Barrerse To slide Past part. barrido Ger. barriendo BATALLAR To battle, to fight, to struggle Past part. batallado Ger. batallando BATIR To beat, to churn, to mix Batirse To fight a duel Past part. batido Ger. batiendo BEBER To drink Beberse To drink up Past part. bebido Ger. bebiendo BESAR To kiss Besarse To kiss each other Past part. besado Ger. besando BORRAR To delete, to erase, to clear Borrarse To fade Past part.
Intentado Ger. intentando INTERFERIR To ircterfere, to meddle Past part. interferido Ger. interfiriendo INTUIR To sense, to have a feeling Past part. intuído Ger. intuyendo INVENTAR To invent, to come up with, to make up. Past part. inventado Ger. inventando INVERTIR To invest, to reverse Past part. invertido Ger. invirtiendo INVESTIGAR To investigate, to find out, to do research Past part. investigado Ger. investigando INVITAR To invite, to treat Past part. invitado Ger. invitando IR To go Irse To leave Past part.
THE VERB GUSTAR The verb gustar is generally, and accurately, translated as “to like”: A Juan le gustan los postres. Juan likes desserts. In Spanish, however, Juan is not the subject of the verb gustan but its indirect object, while los postres functions as both subject and direct object. Note that the verb agrees with los postres and that le agrees with Juan. ” There are a number of verbs that function like gustar. Consider the following examples: María le gusta a Pedro. 4 Pedro likes Mary. (lit.
501 Essential Spanish Verbs by Pablo Garcia Loaeza