"Every perception is to some degree an act of creation, and every act of memory is to some degree an act of imagination."

-- Gerald Edelman, Second Nature: Brain Science and Human Knowledge
Spanish sentence: Mi primo me llevó al aeropuerto. Voy a llevar un regalo a mi abuela. English sentence: My cousin took me to the airport. I’m going to take a present to my grandmother. Spanish word: #5 Llevar Forms: Llevar is a common verb that you you’ll use on a daily basis. The difference between llevar (to take) and tomar (to take) can be very confusing at first. Llevar means to carry, bring or take something from point A to point B, whereas tomar just means to take something (or even to drink something). English word:  - to take Pronunciation: https://storage.googleapis.com/alley-d0944.appspot.com/LanguageMaster/547.mp3 https://storage.googleapis.com/alley-d0944.appspot.com/LanguageMaster/7.mp3