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always
siempre
a lot
mucho
Whose neighbors don't speak English?
¿De quién son los vecinos que no hablan inglés?
Whose grandmother lives here?
¿La abuela de quién vive aquí?
Whose tickets are those?
¿De quiénes son esos boletos?
Whom do you see? I see Pedro.
¿A quién ves? Veo a Pedro.
What? (Which?) (often precedes a noun)
¿Qué? (of all the Spanish interrogative pronouns, only this one does not have a plural form)
(To) Whom?
¿A quién(es)?
Who?
¿Quién? ¿Quiénes?
last year
el año pasado
last week
la semana pasada
the day before yesterday
anteayer
several times
varias veces
so many times
tantas veces
sometimes
a veces
often
a menudo
yesterday
ayer
every week
todas las semanas
for awhile
por un rato
every winter
cada invierno
mandar
to send; to order
to feel sorry; to regret
sentir
llevar algo
to take something
to be wrong; to be mistaken
equivocarse
to become angry (with)
enfadarse (con)
to ask for; to beg
rogar
to carry out, to perform; to execute
ejecutar
asistir a
to attend to
to ache, to hurt, to cause grief
doler
Me duele la cabeza. I have a headache.
to excuse, to forgive
dispensar
to delay; to postpone
retrasar
Does anyone here speak English?
¿Hay alguien aquí que hable inglés?
to dismiss; to say goodbye to
despedir
to commit a crime; to be guilty
delinquir
to devote oneself; to dedicate
dedicarse
to recognize
reconocer
to recommend
recomendar
llevar
to carry, wear clothing
to become fond of
aficionarse a
aficionarse a algo; to become keen on something
to carry out; perform
llevar a cabo
enseñar
to teach, show
to explain simply; to put simply
poner en claro
to cross, to go through; to penetrate
atravesar
descansar
to rest
to stick to; to abide by
atenerse
to own; to have
poseer
to be pleased; to be glad
alegrarse
to beg; to implore
implorar
to amaze; to surprise
asombrar
asombrarse (de); to be amazed/surprised (at)
to deceive oneself
engañarse a uno mismo
to exhaust; to sell out of
agotar
to connect; to link; to bind
unir
to advance, to progress
adelantar
¿Qué adelantas con eso? What do you hope to gain (achieve) by that?
to approach; to draw nearer
acercarse
to be moved; to be touched
conmoverse
to complain; to bemoan; to cry out
quejarse
to appear
mostrarse
se mostró muy interesado; he expressed great interest
to appear; to spring forth
surgir
to amount to; to come to; to total
montar a
to deserve; to be worthy of
merecer
to emphasize; to underline
subrayar
Maria and I ...
Maria y yo dejamos la casa a las ocho.
every day
todos los días