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Vocabulary Lists Vocabulary for the 25 Most Commonly Used Verbs of Any Language (Mexican Spanish)

Vocabulary for the 25 Most Commonly Used Verbs of Any Language (Mexican Spanish)

Vocabulario de los 25 verbos más usados en cualquier idioma
26 Words 25 Comments
eat
comer (v)
eat
La familia está desayunando.
The family is eating breakfast.
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use
usar (v)
use
La programadora usa la computadora.
The programmer uses the computer.
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go
ir (v)
go
Ella va a la tienda.
She goes to the store.
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see
ver (v)
see
Los turistas ven la puesta del sol.
The tourists see the sunset.
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work
trabajo (n) 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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think
pensar (v)
think
La mujer piensa en la respuesta.
The woman thinks about the answer.
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need
necesitar (v)
need
necesitar tiempo
need time
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speak
hablar (v)
speak
El orador habló en la conferencia.
The speaker spoke at the conference.
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come
venir (v)
come
La niña vino hacia la videocámara.
The girl came towards the video camera.
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say
decir (v)
say
La gente dijo "hola".
The people said "Hello."
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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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know
saber (v)
know
Tengo que saber a donde me llevas.
I have to know where you are taking me.
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drink
beber (v)
drink
La mujer bebió agua.
The woman drank water.
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ask
preguntar (v)
ask
La estudiante de universidad está preguntando una pregunta al profesor.
The university student is asking the professor a question.
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sleep
dormir (v)
sleep
El bebé está durmiendo en la manta.
The baby is sleeping on the blanket.
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run
correr (v)
run
La mujer corre en la pista.
The woman runs on the track.
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take
tomar (v)
take
Las personas tomaron las fresas.
The people took the strawberries.
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work
trabajar (v)
work
Los empleados trabajaron en la oficina.
The employees worked at the office.
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start
comenzar (v)
start
Los atletas empezaron la carrera.
The athletes started the race.
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leave
irse (v)
leave
Dejar una empresa
leave a company
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give
dar (v)
give
El padre da monedas a su hijo.
The father gives coins to his son.
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become
convertirse (v)
become
convertirse en una mariposa
become a butterfly
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wait
esperar (v)
wait
El viajero esperó el tren.
The traveler waited for the train.
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exist
existir (v)
exist
call
llamar (v)
call
play
jugar (v)
play
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SpanishPod101.com
Tuesday at 9:56 am
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Hola Peitsa,


Thank you for your comment.

There's no special reason why to empezar or comenzar since they are synonymous.

We're very sorry about the confusing and missing sentences, we will review the lesson ASAP to fix it.

Please let us know if you have any question or doubt.


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Carla

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SpanishPod101.com
Saturday at 2:46 pm
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Hola Lyndsey,


Thank you for your feedback.

It should be the verb "trabajar".

Sigamos practicando!


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Carla

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Peitsa Hirvonen
Thursday at 5:07 am
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Why would you use empezar in your example sentence for comenzar? Yes, I know that they are synonyms, but still, why? And why use dejar as an example for irse? Dejar in the example does happen to have a similar meaning to irse in this particular situation, but in most other usage the meaning is significantly different. Why no example sentences for existir and llamar? Plus you listed a noun as a verb, but used the verb form in the sample sentence, thus ending up with 26 in a list of 25. I am disappointed by the level of attention to detail and would like my membership refunded. Thank you.

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 :)

SpanishPod101.com
Wednesday at 3:03 pm
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Hola Anthony,


We're happy to know you're enjoying the lessons.

Please let me know if you have any question or doubt.

Sigamos practicando!


Saludos,

Carla

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Anthony Wood
Tuesday at 10:21 pm
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❤️️ te amo mucho


SpanishPod101.com
Tuesday at 10:26 am
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Hola henry,


Thank you for your comment.

Please review the list, we have 26 words, not 25.

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Carla

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henry stasiewski
Thursday at 10:19 pm
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how come 25 became 21????????????????????????henry

SpanishPod101.com
Sunday at 2:59 am
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Hola Tony,


Thank you for your comment.

It also means to take. This would depend on the context used.

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Saludos,

Carla

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Tony
Monday at 1:43 am
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Doesn’t Tomar mean to drink?