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54 Cards in this Set

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sorprenderse
to surprise
caerse
to fall
cortarse
to cut
enamorarse
to be in love
ahogarse
to drown
herirse
to hurt oneself
encargarse
to be in charge
apoyarse
to lean; support
aprovecharse
to take advantage
cuidarse
to take care
saludarse
to greet eachother
aburir
to bore
aburirse
to become bored
acostar
to put to bed
acostarse
to go to bed
banar (tilda on n)
to bathe (someone)
banarse (tilda on n)
to take a bath
cansar
to tire
cansarse
to become tired
colocar
to place (something)
colocarse
to place onself; get a job
enganar (tilda on n)
to decieve
enganarse (tilda on n)
to be mistaken; to decieve oneself
esconder
to hide (something)
esconderse
to hide (oneself)
parar
to stop (something)
pararse
to stop oneself; to stop
poner
to put (something)
ponerse
to become
sentar
to seat
sentarse
to sit down
acordarse
to remember
apoderarse
to take possession
apresurarse
to hurry
aprovecharse
to profit; to take unfair advantage
arrepentirse
to repent; to regret
atreverse
to dare
burlarse
to make fun
desayunarse
to have breakfast
desmayarse
to faint
empenarse (tilda on n)
to insist
enterarse
to find out about
escaparse
to escape
fiarse
to trust
figurarse
to imagine
fijarse
to stare; to notice
irse
to go away
negarse
to refuse
olvidarse
to forget
parecerse
to resemble
pasearse
to stroll
quejarse
to complain
reirse (accent on i)
to laugh; to make fun
tratarse
to concern; to be a question (of)