Study your flashcards anywhere!

Download the official Cram app for free >

  • Shuffle
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Alphabetize
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Front First
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Both Sides
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Read
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off

How to study your flashcards.

Right/Left arrow keys: Navigate between flashcards.right arrow keyleft arrow key

Up/Down arrow keys: Flip the card between the front and back.down keyup key

H key: Show hint (3rd side).h key

A key: Read text to speech.a key


Play button


Play button




Click to flip

131 Cards in this Set

  • Front
  • Back
to play
to be able to, can
to understand
to rain
to snow
to remember
to count, to tell
to deny
to think, to intend
to prefer
to return (something)
to sleep
to die
to lose
to begin (to)
comenzar (a), empezar (a)
to show
to leave behind, to quit
to return (to a place)
to cost
to find, to meet
to lie
to dream (of)
soñar (con)
to earn, to win
to close
to want, to like
to recommend
to have lunch
to count on
contar con
to think about, to have in mind
pensar en
to think of, to have an opinion about
pensar de
to intend to, to plan to
pensar + infinitive
to have (irregular)
to come (irregular)
The book costs 3 dollars and the notebooks cost 2 dollars.
El libro cuesta tres dólares y los cuadernos cuestan dos dólares.
Laura plays tennis with the boss often.
Laura juega al tenis con el jefe a menudo.
He is returning the book.
Él devuelve el libro.
She is counting the money.
Ella cuenta el dinero.
The office closes early.
La oficina cierra temprano.
They are returning at about nine.
Ellos vuelven a eso de las nueve.
Do you remember the names of all the clients? (formal, plural)
¿Recuerdan Uds. los nombres de todos los clientes?
Can you go to the party? (familiar)
¿Puedes tú ir a la fiesta?
We are meeting the manager but you are meeting the secretary. (informal)
Nosotros encontramos el gerente pero tú encuentras el secretario.
My cat is dying.
Mi gato muere.
I sleep but I don't dream.
Yo duermo pero no sueño.
I can eat lunch at one o'clock if the boss returns.
Puedo almorzar a la una si el jefe vuelve.
I'm not very thirsty.
No tengo mucha sed.
We have little desire to work today.
Tenemos pocas ganas de trabajar hoy.
She has to go to the office.
Ella tiene que ir a la oficina.
She doesn't want to go to the office.
Ella no tiene ganas de ir a la oficina.
He is thinking about his girlfriend.
Él piensa en su novia.
Whose newspapers are they?
¿De quién son los periódicos?
She is coming with her friends.
Ella viene con sus amigos.
You are beginning to work. (familiar)
Tú empiezas [comienzas] a trabajar.
I intend to go to the office early.
Pienso ir a la oficina temprano.
They are closing the doors.
Ellos cierran las puertas.
He is lying now.
Él miente ahora.
Do you want to read the newspaper? (familiar)
¿Quieres leer el periódico?
to drive
to know, be acquainted with; to meet
to give
to say; to tell
to hope, to wait for
to invite
to cry
to offer
to hear
to put, to place
to know (how)
to go out, leave
to translate
to bring
to see
to visit
to tell jokes
contar chistes
to become ... years old
cumplir ... años
to grow
to produce
to laugh
to smile
He is bringing the gifts and I am bringing the cake.
Él trae los regalos y yo traigo la torta.
I see the red book but my grandmother sees the green book.
[Yo] veo el libro rojo pero mi abuela ve el libro verde.
I am leaving at one o'clock but they are leaving at two o'clock.
[Yo] salgo a la una pero ellos salen a las dos.
I am driving to work in my car.
[Yo] conduzco al trabajo en mi coche.
I'm going out with my friends to dance.
[Yo] salgo con mis amigos a bailar.
I'm setting the table.
[Yo] pongo la mesa.
I'm telling the truth.
[Yo] digo la verdad.
I don't know if I can go.
[Yo] no sé si puedo ir.
She knows my mother-in-law.
Ella conoce mi suegra.
He is telling the truth.
Él dice la verdad.
We are telling the truth.
Nostotros decimos la verdad.
Your cousin is bringing food to the party.
Tu primo trae comida a la fiesta.
Your sister knows how to paint.
Tu hermana sabe pintar.
My sister-in-law drives fast.
Mi cuñada conduce rápido.
They know algebra but I know calculus.
Ellos saben álgebra pero yo sé cálculo.
They know the teacher but I know the student.
Ellos conocen a el maestro pero yo conozco a el estudiante.
I say the words but you say the sentences.
Yo digo las palabras pero Ud. dice [tú dices] las oraciones.
We are bringing the food but you are bringing the gifts.
Nosotros traemos la comida pero tú traes [Ud. trae] los regalos.
I am bringing the food.
[Yo] traigo la comida.
I see my mother every day.
[Yo] veo a mi mamá [madre] todos los días.
You see your mother every night.
Tú ves tu mamá [madre] todas las noches.
We see our relatives often.
Nosotros vemos nuestros parientes con frequencia [a menudo] [frequentemente].
I want to help my mother.
[Yo] quiero ayudar a mi mamá [madre].
I translate the words but you translate the phrase.
[Yo] traduzco las palabras pero Ud. traduce [tú traduces] la frase.
I always come on time.
[Yo] siempre vengo a tiempo.
I tell jokes very well.
[Yo] cuento chistes muy buenos.
I see my aunt but I don't see my uncle.
[Yo] veo a mi tía pero no veo a mi tío.
The grandfather sees all his grandchildren.
El abuelo ve todos sus nietos.
I hear the words but you hear the sentences.
[Yo] oigo las palabras pero Ud. oye [tú oyes] las oraciones.
We hear our father's jokes but they hear our mother's jokes.
Nosotros oímos los chistes de nuestro padre [papá] pero ellos oyen los chistes de nuestra madre [mamá].
I say the sentence and you hear the words.
[Yo] digo la oración y Ud. oye [tú oyes] las palabras.
I am giving a cheap gift but my nephew is giving an expensive gift.
[Yo] doy un regalo barato pero mi sobrino da un regalo caro.
I am offering to bring the ice cream.
[Yo] ofrezco traer el helado.
We are leaving on time.
Nosotros salimos a tiempo.
I am waiting for my uncle y she is waiting for the bus.
Yo espero a mi tío y ella espera el autobús.
My grandmother sees a good doctor and my sister needs a good doctor.
Mi abuela ve a un médico bueno y mi hermana necesita un médico bueno.
I don't see anyone here.
No veo a nadie aquí.
I'm going to visit someone today.
Yo voy a visitar a alguien hoy.
to obey
I obey my mother.
[Yo] obedezco a mi mamá [madre].
My little brother never obeys my father.
Mi hermano menor nunca obedece mi papá [padre].
to thank
I am thanking my uncle.
[Yo] agradezco mi tío.
She is thanking her family.
Ella agradece su familia.
to deserve
I deserve a good dessert.
[Yo] merezco un postre bueno.
She deserves a gift.
Ella merece un regalo.
to fall
to translate, to convey, to express
to offer
They are offering to cook dinner.
Ellos ofrecen cocinar la cena.
I am offering to help my mother.
[Yo] ofrezco ayudar a mi mamá [madre].