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  present past past participle
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
To sleep: dormir sleep (slíip) slept (slept) slept (slept)
Paula was moody because she had slept badly the night before.
We couldn’t sleep last night because our neigbours had a noisy party.
I feel tired, I haven’t slept very well for the last three days.
 
To slide: deslizar/se, resbalarse slide (sláid) slid (slid) slid (slíden)
The skier slid downhill and reached the foot of the mountain.
These doors slide open automatically.
The snake had slid along the sand before it hid behind a rock.
 
To sling: tirar, arrojar sling (sling) slung (slang) slung (slang)
Don’t sling your clothes on the floor, Alex. Be tidy!
They slung their jackets into the back of the van and left.
Will you sling us a few pears, Tom?
 
To slink: moverse sigilosamente, escabullirse slink (slink) slunk (slank) slunk (slank)
The stranger tried to slink into the mansion by a cellar door.
A thief slunk into the jewelry store, stole a pearl necklace, and escaped.
The concert was so bad that the band had to slink by a back door.
 
To slit: rajar, cortar slit (slit) slit (slit) slit (slit)
Mr. Brown slit open an envelope and took out a letter.
The dancer’s skirt was slit up the side.
The robber tried to slit the man’s throat but was caught by the police.
 
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
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