147 - encontrarse (o>ue) con to meet up with,...

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To use one of the verbs from the previous list in a Spanish sentence, the first verb is conjugated, and  the verb after the preposition is in the infinitive form regardless of how the English equivalent is  stated. In English, the second verb will often be in its infinitive form, just like Spanish. However,  sometimes in English, the second verb is in its gerund form: “–ing.” The following verbs are followed by a preposition and then a noun or pronoun:  asistir a to attend (a function) avergonzarse (o>ue) de to be ashamed of casarse con to marry contar (o>ue) con to count on convertirse (e>ie) en to become, change into cuidar a to care for, take care of (someone) cuidar de to take care of (something)
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Unformatted text preview: encontrarse (o>ue) con to meet up with, run into enfadarse con to get angry at enojarse con to get angry at equivocarse con to be mistaken about equivocarse en to make a mistake about gozar de to enjoy marcharse de to leave / go away montar en to ride morir (o>ue) de to die of (literally) morirse (o>ue) de to die of (not literally) parar(se) en to stop at, to stay in pensar (e>ie) de to have an opinion of pensar (e>ie) en to think of preocuparse con to worry about probar (o>ue) de to sample, to try out salir con to go out with, to date salir de to go away from (somewhere), to leave from servir de to be useful as sonar (o>ue) a to sound like (something) subir a to climb, go up or get on (something) trabajar en to work on, to work at...
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