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  present past past participle
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
To undertake: emprender, acometer undertake (andertéik) undertook (andertúuk) undertaken (andertéiken)
The police have undertaken full investigation into the murder.
Our boss undertook a very ambitious project.
Will you undertake this task while I am away on a trip?
 
To upset: enfadar, trastornar upset (apsét) upset (apsét) upset (apsét)
Vivian got there two hours late and upset all our plans.
Eating fried food upsets my stomach.
The government’s decision to freeze wages will upset many people.
 
To wake: despertar wake (uéik) woke (uóuk) woken (uóuken)
What time does she wake up in the morning?
I woke up late and missed the flight.
We were woken up by a loud noise.
 
To wear: usar, vestir, gastar wear (uéer) wore (uóor) worn (uórn)
Mr. Sim wore a suit and tie for work.
The rocks have been worn smooth by the tide.
The rug is starting to wear.
 
To weave: tejer weave (uíiv) wove (uóuv) woven (uóuven)
This tapestry has been woven by a famous artist.
My sister-in-law weaves shawls with a loom.
The Hawaiian girl wove flowers into a garland.
 
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
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