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Verbs with prepositions in English but not Spanish There are expressions in English that require a verb followed by a preposition. You may think you  need to provide a Spanish equivalent when you translate these expressions, but no preposition is  required. For the following expressions, there is a Spanish verb that is not followed by any  preposition. agradecer to be grateful for
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Unformatted text preview: apagar to turn off bajar to go down buscar to look for caerse to fall down calentar (e>ie ) to heat up colgar (o>ue ) to hang up conocer to be acquainted with cortar to cut off, out entregar to hand over envolver (o>ue ) to wrap up escuchar to listen to esperar to wait for, to hope for mirar to look at pagar to pay for quitar to take off saber to know how to sacar to take out salir to go out...
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