Top 12 Verbs

Top 12 Spanish verbsLos 12 primeros verbos

There are thousands of Spanish verbs, but some are far more important than others. Be sure you know how to conjugate and use the 12 most common Spanish verbs.

ESTAR – to be

Estoy cansado. – I’m tired.
Lessons: using estar | estar expressions | estar conjugations
Test: estar conjugations
 

SER – to be

Soy profesor. – I’m a teacher.
Lessons: using ser | ser expressions | ser conjugations
Test: ser conjugations
 

TENER – to have

Tengo un perro. – I have a dog.
Lessons: using tener | tener expressions | tener conjugations
Test: tener conjugations
 

HABER – to have (auxiliary verb)

Ya he comido. – I have already eaten.
Lessons: using haber | haber expressions | haber conjugations
Test: haber conjugations
 

HACER – to do, make

Hago mi tarea. – I’m doing my homework.
Lessons: using hacer | hacer expressions | hacer conjugations
Test: hacer conjugations
 

IR – to go

Voy al banco. – I’m going to the bank.
Lessons: using ir | ir expressions | ir conjugations
Test: ir conjugations
 

VENIR – to come

Vengo ahora. – I’m coming now.
Lessons: using venir | venir expressions | venir conjugations
Test: venir conjugations
 

DECIR – to say, tell

Digo la verdad. – I’m telling the truth.
Lessons: using decir | decir expressions | decir conjugations
Test: decir conjugations
 

PODER – to be able

Puedo ayuderle. – I can help you.
Lessons:  using poder | poder expressions | poder conjugations
Test: poder conjugations
 

DAR – to give

Te doy un libro. – I’m giving you a book.
Lessons: using dar | dar expressions | dar conjugations
Test: dar conjugations
 

VER – to see

Veo a Miguel. – I see Miguel.
Lesson: using ver | ver expressions | ver conjugations
Test: ver conjugations
 

SABER – to know

Lo sé. – I know.
Lessons: using saber | saber expressions | saber conjugations
Test: saber conjugations
 

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