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Popular Spanish Verbs Vocabulary Quiz

Translate these Spanish verbs into English. Write the verb only. "To" is not needed.
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Español
English
aceptar
abrir
apagar
aprender
bailar
beber
caber
caer
cambiar
cantar
cerrar
comer
comprar
contar
correr
cortar
creer
dar
decir
despertar
dibujar
dormir
encontrar
enseñar
Español
English
entender
enviar
escribir
escuchar
esperar
estudiar
explicar
firmar
fumar
gastar
hablar
hacer
ir
jugar
leer
limpiar
llover
mirar
nadar
necesitar
oir
olvidar
pagar
Español
English
pensar
perder
permitir
poder
preguntar
preocuparse
quejar
querer
reparar
romper
saber
salir
tener
toser
trabajar
traducir
traer
usar
vender
ver
viajar
vivir
volar
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level 7
Jun 2, 2015
Great quiz, thanks for the upload :)
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level 21
Nov 29, 2015
I agree; this is a very good quiz, especially for Spanish practice and review.
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level 44
Jun 30, 2015
Gastar also means "to waste" :)
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level 7
May 24, 2016
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level 40
Aug 24, 2016
enseñar also means 'to show'
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level 1
Oct 29, 2016
great quiz
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level 59
Nov 20, 2016
''apagar'' also means ''to erase''
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level 59
Nov 20, 2016
great quizz, btw!
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level 12
Aug 7, 2017
Give more new quiz. It has been done repeatedly.
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level 52
Sep 3, 2017
I know this is really picky, but can you take "to hope" for esperar? It means that when used with the subjunctive "Espero que tú lo hagas" = "I hope you do it"? Fun quiz!
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