IV VERBOS INGLESES COMUNES
INFINITIVO announce answer arrive ask balance bark be bear beat begin bite bleed blow blow out blow over blow up board boil break break down break into break out break through breathe bring brush burn buy call carry catch climb close come come across come around come down come off come out come up cook costcount cover crawl
SIGNIFICADO anunciar responder arrivar,llegar preguntar,pedir balancear ladrar ser,estar llevar,portar golpear comenzar morder sangrar soplar apagarse ser olvidado estallar abordar hervir romper,quebrar descomponerse,fallar entrar por la fuerza estallar abrirse paso por respirar traer cepillar quemar comprar llamar llevar,transportar atrapar,capturar escalar cerrar venirencontrarse con volver en sí bajar,caer soltarse,caer salir,publicarse subir,presentarse cocinar costear, costar contar,considerar cubrir,cubrirse arrastrarse
PASADO SIMPLE announced answered arrived asked balanced barked was/were bore beat began bit bled blew blew out blew over blew up boarded boiled broke broke down broke into broke out broke through breathed brought brushed burned/burnt boughtcalled carried caught climbed closed came came across came around came down came off came out came up cooked cost counted covered crawled 1 de 7
PASADO PARTICIPIO announced answered arrived asked balanced barked been borne/born beaten begun bitten/bit bled blown blown out blown over blown up boarded boiled broken broken down broken into broken out broken through breathed brought brushedburned/burnt bought called carried caught climbed closed come come across come around come down come off come out come up cooked cost counted covered crawled firstname.lastname@example.org
INTROducción a la Traducción Inglés-Español INFINITIVO cross crush cry cut cut back dance declare deliver do draw dream dress drink drive drop dry eat fall fasten feed feel fell fill findfinish fish fix fly follow fry get get back get into get off get on get out get through get up give give back give in give out give over give up go go away go back SIGNIFICADO cruzar,encontrarse apretar,oprimir gritar,llorar cortar,recortar reducir,disminuir bailar declarar librar,entregar hacer tirar,sacar,dibujar soñar,fantasear vestir,arreglar beber,absorber conducir,manejar dejar caer,bajarsecar,secarse comer,consumir caer,bajar fijar,atar alimentar,nutrir sentir,palpar talar,cortar llenar,completar encontrar,descubrir terminar,concluir pescar fijar,solucionar volar,huir seguir,perseguir freir,freirse obtener,conseguir recuperar entrar bajarse,salir de subirse,progresar salir pasar,atravesar levantarse dar devolver rendirse,entregarse acabarse dejar abandonar ir,moverse marcharseregresar PASADO SIMPLE crossed crushed cried cut cut back danced declared delivered did drew dreamed/dreamt dressed drank drove dropped dried ate fell fastened fed felt felled filled found finished fished fixed flew followed fried got got back got into got off got on got out got through got up gave gave back gave in gave out gave over gave up went went away went back 2 de 7
softenglish PASADOPARTICIPIO crossed crushed cried cut cut back danced declared delivered done drawn dreamed/dreamt dressed drunk driven dropped dried eaten fallen fastened fed felt felled filled found finished fished fixed flown followed fried gotten/got gotten/got back gotten/got into gotten/got off gotten/got on gotten/got out gotten/got through gotten/got up given given back given in given out given over given up gonegone away gone back email@example.com
INTROducción a la Traducción Inglés-Español INFINITIVO go in go down go off go on go out go over go up gossip greet have hear heat help hurry up imagine iron keep keep back keep in keep on keep up kick kiss knit know land laugh leak leave light up like listen live lock look look after look for look into look out...