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  present past past participle
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
To teach: enseñar teach (tíich) taught (tot) taught (tot)
Mrs. Collins teaches biology at my school.
His father taught Daniel how to swim.
She has taught English for many years.
 
To tear: desgarrar, romper, arrancar tear (téer) tore (tóor) torn (tóorn)
I accidentally tore the fabric of my pants.
After reading a letter, Henry usually tears it into pieces.
The student has just torn a sheet of paper from his notebook.
 
To tell: decir, contar tell (tel) told (tóuld) told (tóuld)
The kindergarten teacher told the kids a beautiful story.
Have I told you that Harold is getting married?
People don’t believe him for he’s always telling lies.
 
To think: pensar think (zink) thought (zot) thought (zot)
What do you think of this book? Do you like it?
I can’t make a decision now. Let me think about it.
She thought for a moment but couldn’t solve the problem.
 
To thrive: prosperar, crecer mucho, desarrollarse thrive (zráiv) throve* (zróuv) thriven* (zríven)
New restaurants thrive in this trendy neighborhood.
Few animals have ever thriven in captivity.
His company throve and became the biggest in the country.
 
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
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