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Irregular verbs in Spanish

Spanish is an incredibly complex language due to its intricate sentence structure and a large number of irregular verbs. Each irregular verb requires its own set of conjugations. This can make it challenging for even the most experienced Spanish speaker to remember them all. Fortunately, several helpful strategies can help make learning and memorizing these verbs easier.

Many need help remembering the different conjugations for each verb, as it is not as cut-and-dry as regular verb conjugation. Moreover, even if one has memorized the conjugation rules for each irregular verb, there are many exceptions to recognize.

That’s why I have made a detailed explanation of important irregular verbs in Spanish; please check them out below. Click on the verb to go to the Page for that Verb.

Abrazar means to hug or to embrace. It can also mean to hold tight.

Abrir means to open

Acercar means to bring near, to move something nearer.

Acordar  in Spanish means to decide, to resolve, to agree on

Acordarse in Spanish means to remember, to remind oneself.

Acostar in Spanish means to put to bed, to lay down

Acostarse in Spanish means  to go to bed, to lie down

Actuar in Spanish means to act, perform, actuate, operate

Advertir  in Spanish means to warn, to advice

Afligir in Spanish means to afflict, to grieve, to pain, to distress

Agradecer in Spanish means to be thankful for

Ahorcar in Spanish means to hang or to choke

Alcanzar in Spanish means to to reach, to catch

Alentar  in Spanish means to encourage

Almorzar in Spanish means to lunch, to eat lunch, to have lunch

Amanecer in Spanish means to dawn, to wake up