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agradar(le)
to like
A mí, no me agrada que los desconocidos me traten de <<tú>>.
I don't like it when strangers use the "tu"form with me.
alcanzar(le)
to have enough
A mi primo no le alcanzó la soga para amarrar la caja.
My cousin didn't have enough rope to tie the box.
caer(le) bien o mal (a uno)
to like, to have a good impression about (someone or something)
La Sra. Jiménez me cae muy bien, pero su esposo me cae mal.
I like Mrs Jimenez but her husband rubs me the wrong way.
convenir(le)
to suit one's interest, to be good for (you)
Le conviene comer las verduras.
Eating vegetables is good for you.
costar(le)trabajo
to have a hard time (doing something)
¿Te cuesta a ti trabajo madrugar?
Is it hard for you to get up early?
dar(le) lástima
to feel sorry for
Al chico (a él) le daban lástima las dos viejitas pordioseras.
The boy felt sorry for the two old beggar women.
disgustar(le)
to dislike
Me disgustan los mentirosos.
I dislike liars.
encantar(le)
to be delighted by something
Puerto Rico me encanta.
I think Puerto Rico is charming/delightful.
extrañar(le)
to be surprised
¿No le extraña a Ud. que hoy haga tanto calor?
Aren't you surprised that it's so hot today?
fascinar(le)
to be fascinated by
A ella le fascinan esas pulseras.
She's fascinated by those bracelets.
hacer(le) falta
to need
¿Cree Ud. que a uno le hace falta dinero para ser feliz?
Do you think one needs money to be happy?
importar(le)
to matter, to mind
A nosotros, no nos importa esperar para ti, ¿le importa a él?
We don't mind waiting for you, does he?
interesar(le)
in interest
Al profesor Quevedo le interesan mucho las ruinas egipicias.
Egyptian ruins interest Professor Quevedo a great deal.
molestar(le)
to be bothered by
¿Les molesta a Uds. que fume?
Does my smoking bother you (all)?
parecer(le)
to seem
A mí, me pareces las respuestas son todas correctas.
All the answers appear/seem correct to me.
preocupar(le)
to be worried about/by
A los padres (a ellos) de Julián, les preocupaba su conducta.
Julian's parents are worried about his behavior.
quedar(le)
to have left
¿Cuánto dinero nos queda a nosotros?
How much money do we have left?
quedar(le) bien/mal/grande/ pequeño
to fit well, poorly, too big or too small
A la clienta no le quedaba bien las ropas. Le quedaba grande la falda y le quedaba pequeña la blusa. A ella le quedaban malos todos.
To the customer the clothes didn't fit right. The skirt was too big and the blouse too small. Everything fit poorly.
resultar(le) agradable/dificil etc.
to be pleasant/difficult etc.
A algunos padres les resulta difícil castigar a sus hijos.
It is difficult for some parents to punish their children.
sobrar(le)
to have in excess, to have (something) left over
Hicimos tan rápido el trabajo, que nos sobró el tiempo.
We did the job so fast that we had time left over.
sorprender(le)
to be surprised
Al chico le sorprendió que el gato estuviera vivo.
The boy was surprised that the cat was alive.
tocar(le) el turno
to be one's turn
Te toca el turno.
It is your turn.