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  present past past participle
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
To spell: deletrear spell (spél) spelt* (spélt) spelt* (spélt)
Excuse me, how do you spell your last name?
I’ve got a foreign name so I always have to spell it.
Billy, your dictation isn’t very good. You spelt most words wrong.
 
To spend: gastar, pasar spend (spend) spent (spent) spent (spent)
Joe has spent all his savings and now he’s penniless.
Mrs. Wayne spent a fortune on a fur coat.
We’re going to spend our vacation in the Caribbean next year.
 
To spill: derramar, volcar spill (spil) spilt* (spilt) spilt* (spilt)
The tanker spilled many gallons of oil into the ocean.
Steve accidentally pushed Mary’s arm and made Mary spill her coffee.
The maid carried a bucket full of water without spilling a drop.
 
To spin: girar, dar vueltas, hilar, tejer spin (spin) spun (span) spun (span)
A spider spun a web in the corner of the room.
The croupier spun the roulette wheel.
The clothes are spinning inside the washing machine.
 
To spit: escupir spit (spit) spat (spat) spat (spat)
Football hooligans spat at policemen outside the stadium.
The man cleared his throat and spat on the ground.
The boxer was spitting blood after receiving a terrible blow.
 
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
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