Verb list: Regular -er verbs in the present tense

Vocab

Aprender To learn
Beber   To drink
Comer   To eat
Comprender   To understand
Correr   To run
Deber   Must
Esconder   To hide
Escoger   To choose
Leer   To read
Meter (en)   To put (in)
Prometer   To promise
Responder   To respond
Romper   To break
Temer   To fear
Toser   To cough
Vender   To sell

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MollyA1Kwiziq community member

Adding to notebook

Is it possible to add this list to my notebook?

Asked 1 month ago
ShuiKwiziq team member

Hola Molly

At present it's only possible to add Lessons to your Notebook, however we are looking to expand the type of items you can add - so I will send your feedback to the development team so that they include vocabulary studylists.

¡Gracias!

Shui

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MollyA1Kwiziq community member

Meter vs poner

Is poner more common than meter?

Asked 1 month ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola Molly

They are both common. Poner is used for a more general meaning of "to put" [something somewhere] and "meter" is used for "putting something inside something":

Metí la ropa en el armario/Puse la ropa en el armario. 
I put the clothes in the wardrobe.

If it we are talking about putting something on something (not in), then we can only use "poner".

Meter is used when putting something "inside".

I hope this clarified things.

Saludos

Inma

 

PaulA1Kwiziq community member

HI I have seen pulsar I didn't know this one I use poner 

Meter vs poner

Is poner more common than meter?

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