Practice and Review randomly selected Spanish verbs
entusiasmarse - to get excited, become excited [filled with excitement or enthusiasm]
bordar - to embroider
ofrecer - to offer
platicar - to chat, talk
adornar - to adorn; to decorate, embellish; to garnish [food]
lamentar - to lament, regret, feel sorry about
molestar - to bother, annoy, inconovenience, put out, upset
lavar - to wash
actuar - to act, perform, actuate, operate
quebrar - to break, smash; to fail, go bankrupt
mezclar - to mix, mix up, mix together, blend; to combine, merge, shuffle
quemarse - to burn [oneself], to burn up, burn down
Practice Spanish with the help of:
An example of regular "ar" ending verb: trabajar
An example of regular "er" ending verb: comer
An example of regular "ir" ending verb: vivir
Examples of Stem-Changing Verbs: No stem change in nosotros and vosotros querer 'e' changes to 'ie'
pedir 'e' changes to 'i'
jugar 'u' changes to 'ue'
dormir 'o' changes to 'ue'
Most of the verb conjugations including English translation used in this website are based on Fred Jehle's Spanish Verb Database which was compiled by Brian Ghidinelli.ghidinelli.com-free-spanish-conjugated-verb-database