Level II: REFLEXIVE VERBS “ar” VERBOS

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162 Most Common Verbs
Level II: “ar” Regular VERBS
to answer
to arrive
to ask
to buy
to call
to carry/take/wear
to change
to clean
to converse
to cook
to dance
to deliver
to desire
to draw
to drive
to eat breakfast
to eat dinner
to enter
to explain
to finish
to fix
to go down/lower
to help
to hit
to invite
to jump
to keep/maintain
to leave something or
someone
to listen to
to loan
- contestar
- llegar
- preguntar
- comprar
- llamar
- llevar
- cambiar
- limpiar
- conversar
- cocinar
- bailar
- entregar
- desear
- dibujar
- manejar
- desayunar
- cenar
- entrar (en…)
- explicar
- terminar (de...)
- arreglar
- bajar
- ayudar
- pegar
- invitar
- saltar
- guardar
- dejar
to look at/watch
to look for
to love
to need
to paint
to pay
to plan
to practice
to prepare
to rest
to return
to send
to play (instrument)
to sing
to speak/talk
to spend
to study
to swim
to take out, get
to take/drink
to teach
to touch
to travel
to try (to..)
to use
to visit
to wait for
to walk
- mirar
- buscar
- amar
- necesitar
- pintar
- pagar
- planear
- practicar
- preparar
- descansar
- regresar
- mandar
- tocar
- cantar
- hablar
- gastar
- estudiar
- nadar
- sacar
- tomar
- enseñar
- tocar
- viajar
- tratar (de...)
- usar
- visitar
- esperar
- caminar
- escuchar
- prestar
to win/earn
to work
- ganar
- trabajar
“er” VERBOS
to believe
to drink
to eat
to learn (to...)
to owe, ought to, must
to promise
to read
to run
to see
to sell
to surprise
to understand
- creer
- beber
- comer
- aprender (a…)
- deber
- prometer
- leer
- correr
- ver
- vender
- sorprender
- comprender
“ir” VERBOS
to attend
to decide
to go up
to live
to open
to permit
to receive
to write
- asistir a
- decidir
- subir
- vivir
- abrir
- permitir
- recibir
- escribir
Irregular Verbs ar/er/ir
Stem changes “e”  “i”
to ask for/to order
- pedir(i)
to follow/to continue
- seguir(i)
to get
- conseguir(i)
to repeat
- repetir(i)
to serve
- servir(i)
Plain Irregulars
to be (permanent)
to be (temp./location etc.)
to continue
to go (to)
- ser
- estar
- continuar
- ir (a…)
Backwards Verb
to like (please)
- gustar
Verbos “i” to “y”
to destroy
to include
to hear
- destruir
- incluir
- oír
Stem changes “e”  “ie”
to be sorry/to feel
- sentir(ie)
to begin / start (to…)
- empezar(ie) (a…)
to close
- cerrar(ie)
to lose
- perder(ie)
to prefer
- preferir(ie)
to recommend
- recomendar(ie)
to require
- requerir(ie)
to snow
- nevar (ie)
to begin / start
- comenzar(ie)
to think
- pensar(ie)
to understand
- entender(ie)
to want
- querer(ie)
Stem changes “o/u”  “ue”
to be able to (can)
- poder(ue)
to cost
- costar(ue)
to count
- contar(ue)
to die
- morir(ue)
to eat lunch
- almorzar(ue)
to find
- encontrar(ue)
to move
- mover(ue)
to play
- jugar(ue)
to rain
- llover(ue)
to remember
- recordar(ue)
to return
- volver(ue)
to return (an object)
- devolver(ue)
to sleep
- dormir(ue)
to show
- mostrar(ue)
Irregular in “yo” form
to agree
- estar de acuerdo
to choose
- escoger(g-j)
to give
- dar
to know (personally)
- conocer
to know (info)
- saber
Go go verbs
to bring
to come
to do/make
to have (to...)
to leave (from)
to put/place; to turn on
to say/tell
- traer
- venir(ie)
- hacer
- tener(ie) (que…)
- salir (de)
- poner
- decir(i) and (yo)
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Level II: REFLEXIVE VERBS
“ar” VERBOS
to bathe (oneself)
to shower
to break
to get sick
to brush
to burn
to take off, remove oneself
to wash oneself
to dry (oneself) off
to shave
to get angry
- bañarse
- ducharse
- romperse
- enfermarse
- cepillarse
- quemarse
- quitarse
- lavarse
- secarse
- afeitarse
- enojarse
Level II: Irregular Reflexive Verbs
Stem changes “e”  “i”
to get dressed
- vestirse
to say goodbye
- despedirse(i)
Stem changes “e”  “ie”
to feel (well or ill)
to have fun
to sit down
to wake up
- sentirse(ie)
- divertirse(ie)
- sentarse(ie)
- despertarse(ie)
Stem changes “o”  “ue”
to lay down
- acostarse(ue)
Irregular in “yo” form
to realice
- darse cuenta
Go Go Verbs
to fall down
- caerse (yo – go go)
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“ar/er/ir” VERBOS
to get married (to)
to be called/named
to get oneself ready
to meet
to complain
to worry (about..)
to devote oneself (work)
to get tired
to forget to..
to remain/stay
to get up
- casarse (con)
- llamarse
- arreglarse
- reunirse
- quejarse
- preocuparse (por..)
- dedicarse a
- cansarse
- olvidarse de. .
- quedarse
- levantarse
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