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  present past past participle
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
To steal: robar steal (stíil) stole (stóul) stolen (stóulen)
Somebody stole my wallet on the bus.
My bike is not where I left it. It must have been stolen.
I saw a thief stealing that lady’s purse.
 
To stick: pegar, clavar, atascarse, asomar stick (stik) stuck (stak) stuck (stak)
I need some glue to stick this photograph into our album.
The lady stuck a stamp on the envelope and sent it airmail.
Don’t stick your hands into the cage of the tiger.
 
To sting: picar, arder sting (sting) stung (stang) stung (stang)
The kid was stung on the face by a wasp.
While hiking in a forest, a swarm of bees stung us.
Though it will sting, you have to wash that cut with soap and water.
 
To stink: apestar, oler mal stink (stink) stank (stáank) stunk (stank)
The tramp was dirty and his breath stank of garlic.
The beggar hadn’t washed for ages so his clothes stank.
Polluted water stinks.
 
To stride: andar con pasos largos stride (stráid) strode* (stróud) stridden (stríden)
Our boss was so furious that strode in the office shouting.
We had to stride all day along the valley looking for a river.
When she heard Ben’s footsteps, she strode to meet him.
 
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
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