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  present past past participle
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
To split: partir, rajar, dividir split (split) split (split) splite (split)
They share an apartment and split the rent and all the bills.
The profits were split equally between the two partners.
The coach split the players into two teams.
 
To spoil: estropear, echar a perder, arruinar spoil (spóil) spoilt* (spóilt) spoilt* (spóilt)
The Masons spoil their child by giving her whatever she wants.
You spoiled the fish because you left it outside the fridge.
A sudden thunderstorm spoilt our picnic.
 
To spread: extender, desplegar, esparcir spread (spred) spread (spred) spread (spred)
The eagle spread its wings and flew away.
She spread her towel on the sand and lay down on it.
That terrible disease is spreading very quickly.
 
To spring: saltar spring (spring) sprang (spraang) sprung (sprang)
The cat has sprung onto the table.
When they heard the whistle, the soldiers sprang out of their tents.
Tears sprang to her eyes after hearing the bad news.
 
To stand: estar de pie, pararse, soportar stand (stáand) stood (stúud) stood (stúud)
When the teacher walked in, the pupils stood up.
There are three people standing at the bus stop.
Don’t jus stand there. Help me!
 
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
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