115 - the first verb to go with the subject and simply...

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In some aspects, Spanish uses infinitives in sentences the same way as English. Those similar  usages are what you will learn in your first two years of Spanish. There are certain verbs that can be  followed by an infinitive. You can create simple two-verb sentences in both languages by conjugating 
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Unformatted text preview: the first verb to go with the subject and simply placing the infinitive after the conjugated verb. The most common verbs that can be followed by an infinitive are as follows: desear to want esperar to hope necesitar to need poder to be able querer to want...
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