The most common Spanish verb forms:

Aspectual verbs convey information about the way in which an action, denoted by another verb, is carried out. For example, they convey notions such as starting, stopping, repetition and potentiality.

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Form typeCommon translationFrequency
vairPresent 3 Sing(he/she/it) goes/is going to ...
Note: Followed by an infinitive, equivalent to English future construction 'is going to ...'
5.8 % of sources
tratatratarPresent 3 Sing(he/she/it) treats/attempts/deals with
Note: With 'de' plus infinitive, means 'attempts to ...'
5.5 % of sources
resultadoresultarPast participleresulted
Note: As a noun, 'resultado' means 'result'
4.8 % of sources
esperaesperarPresent 3 Sing(he/she/it) hopes (to)
Note: Can also mean 'is waiting (to)'.
4.7 % of sources
seguirseguirInfinitive(to) follow; (to) carry on ...ing4.3 % of sources
realizarrealizarInfinitive(to) fulfil/carry out3.5 % of sources
sigueseguirPresent 3 Sing(he/she/it) follows; (he/she/it) goes on
Note: Followed by an infinitive, means 'continues to ...', 'goes on'
3.3 % of sources
comenzócomenzarPreterite 3 Sing(he/she/it) began (to)3.3 % of sources
siguenseguirPresent 3 Plur(they) follow; (they) go on ...ing2.6 % of sources
lograrlograrInfinitive(to) succeed/manage2.5 % of sources

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