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see (ver)   /si/
see (ver) /si/

I see you at scool everyday.

Mothers see their babies growing.

A woman sees her daughter playing in the park.

read
leer
verbs 8-1.mp3
Archivo de audio MP3 148.6 KB
help   /help/
help /help/

Children help old persons crossing the street.

My mother helps me to do my homework.

Students help teachers to understand life.

 

help
ayudar
verbs 8-2.mp3
Archivo de audio MP3 193.9 KB
sleep    /slip/
sleep /slip/

I sleep 8 hours a day.

Teenagers sleep 16 hours a day.

A singer sleeps in the morning.

 

sleep
dormir
verbs8-3mp3.mp3
Archivo de audio MP3 182.1 KB
buy   /bai/
buy /bai/

Mexican families buy tortillas everyday.

Mary Ann buys her nicest clothes at small stores.

Boys buy their clothes everywhere.

buy
comprar
verbs 8-4.mp3
Archivo de audio MP3 240.4 KB
walk    /uok/
walk /uok/

Andrea walks to school everymorning.

People walk on streets of Filadelfia.

I walk 30 minutes before going to work.

walk
caminar
verbs 8-5.mp3
Archivo de audio MP3 224.1 KB
read    /rid/
read /rid/

Some people read novels.

Teenagers usually read short stories and comics.

Susan frequently reads romantic novels.

read
leer
verbs 8-6.mp3
Archivo de audio MP3 204.5 KB
save    /seiv/
save /seiv/

Olivia saves money in her piggybank.

Rich people usually save their money at a bank.

Peter saves water everyday.

 

 

save
guardar / salvar
verbs 8-7.mp3
Archivo de audio MP3 228.6 KB