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  present past past participle
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
To shed: derramar, mudar, echar shed (shed) shed (shed) shed (shed)
Snakes shed their skin from time to time.
My niece shed tears when she heard that her cat had died.
At night the fishermen shed light on the water to catch crabs.
 
To shine: brillar, lustrar shine (sháin) shone (shóun) shone (shóun)
The sun is shining so let’s go to the beach.
In the morning sun, the stream shone like silver.
At nightfall, the campers shone their flashlights around the dark forest.
 
To shoot: disparar, matar a tiros shoot (shúut) shot (shot) shot (shot)
Please don’t shoot! Here, take my money and my car key.
The man pulled out a gun and shot the stranger who had entered his house.
It’s forbidden to shoot animals in these woods.
 
To show: mostrar, exhibir show (shóu) showed (shóud) shown (shóun)
Oliver has shown his oil painting at an art gallery this year.
I’m a beginner. Could you please show me how to hold the racket?
My nephew showed me the butterfly he kept inside a box.
 
To shrink: encoger/se, reducir/se shrink (shrink) shrank (shraank) shrunk (shrank)
If you wash a woolen sweater with hot water, it will shrink.
As the firm had shrunk, they decided to lay off personnel.
Miraculously, her brain tumor shrank and finally disappeared.
 
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
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