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Vocabulary for the 25 Most Commonly Used Verbs of Any Language

Vocabulario de los 25 verbos más usados en cualquier idioma
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work
trabajar (v) masc
masc
work
Hay una gran satisfacción por trabajar en mi jardín de verduras.
There is great satisfaction to work in my vegetable garden.
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work
trabajar (v)
work
Los empleados trabajaron en la oficina.
The employees worked at the office.
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sleep
dormir (v)
sleep
Deberías dormir al menos ocho horas cada noche.
You should sleep at least eight hours every night.
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ask
preguntar (v)
ask
El estudiante universitario está haciendo una pregunta al profesor.
The university student is asking the professor a question.
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run
correr (v)
run
La mujer está corriendo en la playa.
The woman is running on the beach.
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need
necesitar (v)
need
Necesito saber por qué.
I need to know why.
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take
coger (v)
take
La gente cogió las fresas.
The people took the strawberries.
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use
usar (v)
use
El programador está usando el ordenador.
The programmer is using the computer.
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go
ir (v)
go
vaya todo recto
go straight ahead
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eat
comer (v)
eat
Los niños están comiendo sandía.
The children are eating watermelon.
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drink
beber (v)
drink
¿Qué le gusta beber?
What would you like to drink?
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speak
hablar (v)
speak
El orador habla en la conferencia.
The speaker speaks at the conference.
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come
venir (v)
come
La niña viene hacia la videocámara.
The girl comes towards the video camera.
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say
decir (v)
say
La gente está diciendo "hola".
The people are saying, "Hello."
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see
ver (v)
see
El turista ve la puesta de sol.
The tourists see the sunset.
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give
dar (v)
give
El padre dió monedas.
The father gave coins.
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leave
salir (v)
leave
salir de una compañía
leave a company
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start
empezar (v)
start
Los atletas empezaron la carrera.
The athletes started the race.
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understand
entender (v)
understand
Los estudiantes de primaria entienden la pregunta.
The elementary school students understand the question.
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think
pensar (v)
think
¿Qué piensas acerca de la casa?
What do you think about the house?
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know
saber (v)
know
Tengo que saber a donde me llevas.
I have to know where you are taking me.
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become
convertirse (v)
become
convertirse en una mariposa
become a butterfly
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wait
esperar (v)
wait
espera afuera
wait outside
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exist
existir (v)
exist
El Titanic es uno de los barcos más famosos que han existido.
The Titanic is one of the most famous ships that has ever existed.
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play
jugar (v)
play
Sí quiero jugar.
Yes, I want to play.
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call
llamar (v)
call
llamar a una hija
call one's daughter
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Michael Pegg
Saturday at 11:32 pm
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The audio does match the printed words

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Eugene
Wednesday at 5:17 pm
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I really like those examples. How can I make flashcard from those examples?

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Jody
Saturday at 7:03 am
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Is it possible to make my own list of vocabulary words to my flashcards?

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Saturday at 2:46 pm
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Hola Lyndsey,


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It should be the verb "trabajar".

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Lyndsey McCollam
Monday at 8:31 am
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You've got 26 words on your list of 25 verbs because you've included one noun (trabajo). Thought you might want to know :)