65 - . They look like children to you. placer (to please)...

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Table 2. Special Verbs with Indirect Object Pronouns Verb Example agradar (to please) Me agrada caminar con mis perros . It pleases me to walk my dogs. bastar (to suffice, to be enough) Le basta tener una casa y comida . It's enough for him to have a house and food. doler (to pain) Me duele la cabeza . My head pains me. [I have a headache.] faltar (to be lacking, to be missing) Les faltan los papeles . They are lacking the papers. parecer (to seem [look like]) Te parecen niños
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Unformatted text preview: . They look like children to you. placer (to please) Nos placen los viajes largos . Long voyages please us. quedar (to remain) Le queda a usted un minuto. There is one minute remaining for you. sobrar (to be left over, to be an excess) Nos sobran muchas hamburguesas . Many hamburgers are left over [on us]. Table 2. Special Verbs with Indirect Object Pronouns Verb Example tocar (to be someone's turn) Le toca a Adela. It's Adela's turn....
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