Regular and irregular verbs, by m.c. enrique ruiz díaz

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Regular and irregular verbs, by m.c. enrique ruiz díaz

  1. 1. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. The Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz All Rights Reserved. Con título y cédula profesional 5632071 en la Maestría en Ciencias de la Computación. Egresado del Instituto Tecnológico de Orizaba, Ver. México. Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ Página 1 de 24
  2. 2. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. Acerca de mi. Titulado en la Maestría en Ciencias en Ciencias de la Computación, Cédula profesional 5632071. Egresado del Instituto Tecnológico de Orizaba, Ver., México. Antes, me Titulé en la Licenciatura en Informática, Cédula profesional 4046033. Egresado del Instituto Tecnológico de Tuxtepec, Oax., México, distinguiéndome además, por ser el mejor promedio de mi generación con 98%. Bien, regresando al tema de mi Título de Maestría en Ciencias de la Computación, para subrayar que ésta, requirió el desarrollo de una TESIS. Otro aspecto muy importante, fue que durante el desarrollo de mi Maestría escribí un ARTICULO, mismo que fue aceptado para publicación y con mi ponencia en el evento 'Primer Encuentro de Estudiantes en Ciencia de la Computación - E2C2' ISBN-10:970-360404-8 e ISBN-13:978-970-36-0404-3 celebrado en el Instituto Politécnico Nacional, México, D.F. 2007. Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ Página 2 de 24
  3. 3. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. Mi Diploma por mi Ponencia en el Instituto Politécnico Nacional, México, D.F. 2007. Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ Página 3 de 24
  4. 4. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. Verbos irregulares de uso frecuente. to arise arose arisen to awake awoke awoken despertar to be was, were been ser, estar to beat beat beaten golpear, latir to become became become llegar a ser to begin began begun to bend bent bent doblar, abollar to bet bet bet apostar to bite bit bitten morder to bleed bled bled sangrar to blow blew blown soplar to break broke broken romper to bring brought brought traer to build built built construir to burst burst burst reventar to buy bought bought comprar to catch caught caught agarrar to choose chose chosen escoger to come came come venir to cost cost cost costar to creep crept crept gatear Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ levantar empezar Página 4 de 24
  5. 5. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. to cut cut cut to deal dealt dealt distribuir to dig dug dug excavar to draw drew drawn dibujar; sacar to do did done hacer to drink drank drunk beber to drive drove driven conducir to eat ate eaten comer to fall fell fallen caer to feed fed fed alimentar to feel felt felt sentir, palpar to fight fought fought pelear to find found found encontrar to fly flew flown volar to forget forgot forgotten olvidar to forgive forgave forgiven perdonar to freeze froze frozen congelar to get got gotten conseguir, volverse to give gave given dar to go went gone ir to grind ground ground moler to grow grew grown crecer, madurar to hang hung hung colgar Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ cortar Página 5 de 24
  6. 6. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. to have had had to hear heard heard oir to hide hid hidden esconder to hit hit hit golpear to hold held held sostener to hurt hurt hurt lastimar to keep kept kept guardar to know knew known to lay laid laid colocar to lead led led dirigir to leave left left dejar, abandonar to lend lent lent prestar to let let let permitir to lie lay lain yacer to light lit lit to lose lost lost perder to make made made hacer to mean meant meant significar to meet met met conocer, encontrar to pay paid paid pagar to put put put poner to quit quit quit dejar, abandonar to read read read leer Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ tener saber, conocer encender Página 6 de 24
  7. 7. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. to ride rode ridden to ring rang rung sonar to rise rose risen levantar (se) to run ran run correr to say said said decir to see saw seen ver to seek sought sought buscar, investigar to shake shook shaken sacudir to sell sold sold vender to send sent sent enviar to set set set poner to shine shone shone brillar to shoot shot shot disparar to show showed shown mostrar to shut shut shut cerrar to sing sang sung cantar to sink sank sunk hundir (se) to sit sat sat to sleep slept slept dormir to slide slid slid deslizar to slit slit slit rajar, cortar to speak spoke spoken to speed sped sped Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ montar sentarse hablar apresurar(se) Página 7 de 24
  8. 8. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. to spend spent spent gastar, pasar tiempo to spin spun spun girar to spread spread spread esparcir to spring sprang sprung saltar to stand stood stood parar (se) to steal stole stolen robar to stick stuck stuck pegar, meter to sting stung stung arder, picar to strike struck struck golpear to swear swore sworn jurar; blasfemar to sweep swept swept barrer to swim swam swum nadar to take took taken tomar to teach taught taught enseñar to tear tore torn rasgar to tell told told decir to think thought thought pensar to throw threw thrown echar, tirar to understand understood understood comprender to wake woke woken despertar to wear wore worn usar to weep wept wept sollozar, llorar to wet wet wet mojar Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ Página 8 de 24
  9. 9. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. to win won won to wind wound wound to withdraw withdrew withdrawn retirar to write wrote written escribir Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ ganar enrollar, dar cuerda Página 9 de 24
  10. 10. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. Verbos regulares de uso frecuente Present Past / Past Participle Spanish to accept accepted aceptar to accuse accused acusar to address addressed poner la dirección; dirigirse a to administer administered administrar to admit admitted admitir; aceptar to admire admired admirar to adopt adopted adoptar to achieve achieved lograr to alter altered alterar to answer answered contestar to apologize apologized disculparse to appear appeared aparecer; comparecer to apply applied aplicar; asignar to appoint appointed señalar; nombrar to appreciate appreciated estimar; agradecer to approve approved aprobar to arrive arrived llegar to ask asked pedir to attend atended atender; asistir a Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ Página 10 de 24
  11. 11. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. to back backed respaldar to bait baited poner el cebo en, cebar to bake baked cocer al horno to bargain bargained regatear; negociar to bathe bathed bañar(se) to believe believed creer to bless blessed bendecir to block blocked bloquear; tapar to boast boasted jactarse to boil boiled hervir, cocer to borrow borrowed tomar prestado o fiado to bother bothered molestar; enojar to bottle bottled embotellar to box boxed encajonar; boxear to budget budgeted presupuestar to bump bumped golpear, dar un golpe to burn burned quemar to bury buried enterrar; ocultar to brush brushed cepillar to call called llamar to calm calmed calmar to cancel canceled cancelar to carve carved esculpir Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ Página 11 de 24
  12. 12. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. to carry carried llevar to cash cashed cobrar, hacer efectivo to cause caused causar to cede ceded ceder to change changed cambiar to chain chained encadenar to charge charged encargar, comisionar to check checked inspeccionar; facturar to clean cleaned limpiar to collect collected recoger; coleccionar to complete completed completar to consist consisted consistir (en) to converse conversed conversar to cook cooked cocinar, guisar to cough coughed toser to count counted contar; calcular to credit credited dar crédito; atribuir to cry cried llorar to damage damaged dañar to dance danced bailar to dare dared atreverse, desafiar to decide decided decidir to declare declared declarar, afirmar Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ Página 12 de 24
  13. 13. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. to decorate decorated decorar to decrease decreased disminuir to delay delayed demorar, retrasar to deposit deposited depositar to design designed diseñar to destroy destroyed destruir to dial dialed marcar o llamar por tel. to die died morir to diet dieted poner(se) a dieta to discount discounted descontar, rebajar to doubt doubted dudar to dress dressed vestir to drop dropped dejar caer; gotear to earn earned ganar; merecer to empty emptied vaciar to end ended acabar; cesar to enjoy enjoyed disfrutar to enter entered entrar en; ingresar en to escape escaped escaparse to excite excited excitar to exclude excluded excluir to excuse excused excusar; perdonar to expect expected esperar; contar con Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ Página 13 de 24
  14. 14. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. to explain explained explicar to explode exploded estallar, explotar to extend extended extender; ampliar to face faced encararse; hacer frente a to fear feared temer to fill filled llenar to filter filtered filtrar to finance financed financiar to finish finished terminar to fish fished pescar to fire fired quemar; disparar to follow followed seguir to fool fooled bromear; engañar to gain gained ganar, alcanzar to gather gathered reunir; recoger to guarantee guaranteed garantizar to guess guessed adivinar; conjeturar to guide guided guiar to hang hanged ahorcar to happen happened suceder, acontecer to hate hated odiar to harvest harvested cosechar to heat heated calentar Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ Página 14 de 24
  15. 15. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. to help helped ayudar to hike hiked ir de excursión to hitch hitched atar; enganchar to honor honored dar honra to hope hoped tener esperanza to hose hosed regar con manguera to hunt hunted cazar; perseguir to hurry hurried apresurarse to imagine imagined imaginar(se) to improve improved mejorar; progresar to include included incluir; abarcar to increase increased aumentar; acrecentar to influence influenced influir en to inform informed informar; avisar to injure injured perjudicar; injuriar to insure insured asegurar to interest interested interesar to invade invaded invadir to invite invited invitar, convidar to iron ironed planchar to joke joked bromear to join joined juntar(se); enlazar(se) to jump jumped brincar Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ Página 15 de 24
  16. 16. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. to kill killed matar; destruir to kiss kissed besar to knock knocked golpear, pegar; llamar a to land landed aterrizar; desembarcar to laugh laughed reir to learn learned aprender to like liked gustarle [a uno], querer to limit limited limitar to list listed poner en una lista, inscribir to listen listened escuchar to live lived vivir to look looked mirar; parecer to love loved amar, querer to lubricate lubricated lubricar to mail mailed mandar por correo to manage managed manejar; gobernar to mark marked marcar to marry married casar(se) to measure measured medir to milk milked ordeñar to mind minded cuidar; considerar to miss missed fallar; echar de menos to molest molested molestar Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ Página 16 de 24
  17. 17. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. to move moved mover(se) to nail nailed clavar to need needed necesitar to nest nested anidar to obey obeyed obedecer to observe observed observar to occupy occupied ocupar to occur occurred ocurrir, suceder to oil oiled aceitar; engrasar to open opened abrir to operate operated operar to order ordered ordenar to pack packed empacar to paint painted pintar to parade paraded desfilar to pardon pardoned perdonar to park parked estacionar un auto to part parted partir(se) to permit permitted permitir to pick picked escoger; seleccionar to picture pictured pintar; dibujar to place placed colocar to plan planned planear Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ Página 17 de 24
  18. 18. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. to play played jugar, tocar to please pleased agradar; complacer to prepare prepared preparar(se) to price priced evaluar to produce produced producir to profit profited aprovechar(se) to promise promised prometer to pump pumped bombear to question questioned preguntar to rain rained llover to raise raised levantar; aumentar to rate rated tasar; (e)valuar to reach reached alcanzar; llegar a to realize realized darse cuenta de, comprender to reason reasoned razonar to receive received recibir to recognize recognized reconocer to refrigerate refrigerated refrigerar to relax relaxed relajar; descansar to remain remained quedarse to remember remembered recordar to remind reminded recordar to rent rented alquilar Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ Página 18 de 24
  19. 19. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. to repeat repeated repetir to respect respected respetar to rest rested descansar; apoyar(se) to roast roasted asar; tostar to sail sailed navegar to satisfy satisfied satisfacer to save saved salvar; ahorrar to schedule scheduled programar; catalogar to score scored marcar un tanto; calificar to seat seated sentar; dar asiento a to seem seemed parecer to select selected seleccionar to service serviced atender; mantener to shave shaved afeitar to shout shouted gritar to show showed mostrar to skate skated patinar to slip slipped deslizar(se); resbalar(se) to smell smelled oler to smile smiled sonreír to smoke smoked fumar to soak soaked remojar(se); empapar(se) to sound sounded sonar Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ Página 19 de 24
  20. 20. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. to start started empezar to stay stayed quedarse to step stepped dar pasos to stop stopped pararse, detenerse to study studied estudiar to talk talked platicar to tape taped atar o grabar con cinta to taste tasted gustar, probar to tax taxed imponer tributos to telephone telephoned telefonear to test tested examinar; poner un examen to thank thanked agradecer to tie tied atar; enlazar to tip tipped inclinar; dar informes to tire tired cansar(se) to toast toasted tostar; brindar to touch touched tocar; palpar to trap trapped atrapar to travel traveled viajar to treat treated tratar (de) to trick tricked engañar, embaucar to trim trimmed arreglar; adornar to trip tripped tropezar Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ Página 20 de 24
  21. 21. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. to try tried intentar to use used usar to utilize utilized utilizar to verify verified verificar to view viewed mirar, ver to visit visited visitar to wait waited esperar to walk walked caminar, andar to waltz waltzed bailar el vals to wander wandered vagar to want wanted querer to warm warmed calentar to warn warned advertir, avisar de to waste wasted desperdiciar; derrochar to wash washed lavar to watch watched observar to weigh weighed pesar to wipe wiped limpiar; secar to wish wished desear to work worked trabajar to wonder wondered preguntarse; admirarse to worry worried preocupar(se) Se presentaron: 117 verbos irregulares y 271 verbos regulares. Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ Página 21 de 24
  22. 22. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. Know the Project: Books of English, from English 1 to 5, for all the CBTIS of the United Mexican States. «I formulated a project for the CBTIS (Technological Industrial and of Services Center of Bachelor Degree) 107 of Tuxtepec, Oax., México consisting in giving to the Library of this Institution with five volumes of English language, of my authorship. A book for each semester, from the first English book to fifth English book (according to the plan of studies in this regard of the CBTIS). At no cost to the Institution, because this is a donation (in the staff, I solve my expenses of the project with income of my employment as a professor that I would be in this CBTIS). One of the major advantages of this project is to solve the need of the student of spending in books of English language because the books will be at your complete disposal into the student community in the Library of the institution. Then, in an immediate subsequent phase of this project is that among the student community of this CBTIS and all the CBTIS of the United Mexican States will have these 5 volumes of English language by means of a page Google; read it, without cost or restriction to the student. Well, as a last note, I must say that these books will have the format of 'workbook'. This, as an intelligent work with foundations and then their respective exercises to resolve, into a concurrent process». M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. Con título y cédula profesional 5632071 en la Maestría en Ciencias de la Computación. Egresado del Instituto Tecnológico de Orizaba, Ver. (México). Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ Página 22 de 24
  23. 23. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. Discover The Assortment of M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz of Texts of the VOA Special English Program for you. Visit my Personal Page. Excel Yourself. Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ Página 23 de 24
  24. 24. Regular and Irregular Verbs, by M.C. Enrique Ruiz Díaz. Invitation. Visit: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ Also: http://sites.google.com/site/enriqueruizdiaz/ Thanks! Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/mcenriqueruizdiaz/ Página 24 de 24

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