Search:

verb examples

<< First  < Previous | 161-165 of 190 | Next >  Last >>
Tooltip Place the cursor over the verbs or the sentences for a moment to get the translation

  present past past participle
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
To sweep: barrer, azotar sweep (suíip) swept* (suépt) swept* (suépt)
The sweeper hasn’t swept our street yet.
In fall, I have to sweep the dead leaves every day.
Strong winds sweep the cliffs of Dover.
 
To swell: hincharse, crecer, aumentar swell (suél) swelled (suéld) swollen (suólen)
The saleslady was standing the whole day so her feet got swollen.
The curtains swelled in the breeze.
His leg swelled where the scorpion had stung him.
 
To swim: nadar swim (suím) swam (suáam) swum (suám)
Two swans were swimming in the lake.
Betsy won’t get into the water because she can’t swim.
The sailor jumped from the boat and swam to the shore.
 
To swing: balancear, mecer, colgar swing (suíng) swung (suáng) swung (suáng)
The girl sat on a stool swinging her legs.
The tennis player swung the racket to hit the ball.
The door swung open and the cowboy walked into the saloon.
 
To take: tomar, llevar take (téik) took (túuk) taken (téiken)
The child was taken to see his mother in hospital.
Take this dessert over to your grandmother’s.
Sarah was playing with a sharp knife so I took it away from her.
 
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
Place the cursor over the verbs or the sentences for a moment to get the translation

<< First  < Previous | 161-165 of 190 | Next >  Last >>