501 Essential Spanish Verbs by Pablo Garcia Loaeza

By Pablo Garcia Loaeza

Verbs are the spine of any language, and if you cannot conjugate them, you cannot converse. This compilation of greater than 500 universal verbs may also help newcomers in addition to the main complex Spanish scholars. each one web page makes a speciality of anyone verb, offering complete conjugations of a number of tenses, plus sentences that illustrate its utilization.

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Engañando ENGORDAR To put on or gain weight, to fatten, to swell Past part. engordado Ger. engordando ENLOQUECER To go crazy, to drive insane, to be mad about Past part. enloquecido Ger. enloqueciendo ENOJARSE To get angry, to get mad Enojar To anger, to make mad Past part. enojado Ger. enojando ENSAYAR To rehearse, to try, to test, to practice Past part. ensayado Ger. ensayando ENSEÑAR To teach, to show Past part. enseñado Ger. enseñando ENSUCIAR To get dirty, to sully, to soil Past part. ensuciado Ger.

Enfermado Ger. enfermando ENFLACAR To lose weight, to get thin Past part. enflacado Ger. enflacando ENGAÑAR To deceive, to mislead, to cheat on Engañarse To fool oneself Past part. engañado Ger. engañando ENGORDAR To put on or gain weight, to fatten, to swell Past part. engordado Ger. engordando ENLOQUECER To go crazy, to drive insane, to be mad about Past part. enloquecido Ger. enloqueciendo ENOJARSE To get angry, to get mad Enojar To anger, to make mad Past part. enojado Ger. enojando ENSAYAR To rehearse, to try, to test, to practice Past part.

For instance, a person may feel sorry about another’s tragedy, but be unable to do anything to change it: Siento que hayas perdido tu vuelo. 3 In Spanish pensar (to think) and creer (to believe) express certainty on the part of the primary subject. Therefore, the subjunctive is unnecessary. However, lack of belief does not rule out possibility altogether; therefore, the subjunctive is appropriate. Consider the following sentence: María cree (piensa) que existen los fantasmas, pero yo no pienso (creo) que existan.

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