shake your head

shake your head(
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to say "no" with a gesture)
a. negar con la cabeza
Ms. Rojas, I didn't finish my project. I did not understand the directions. - Why did you shake your head when I asked you if you needed help yesterday?Sra. Rojas, no terminé mi proyecto. No entendí las instrucciones. - ¿Por qué negaste con la cabeza cuando te pregunté si necesitabas ayuda.
b. cabecear
Why did you go to the beach without me? - You shook your head when I asked you if you wanted to go.¿Por qué fuiste a la playa sin mí? - Cabeceaste cuando te pregunté si querías ir.
2. (to shake your head in disbelief)
a. sacudir la cabeza
Why did you shake your head? - You need to discipline your child. Do you always let her act this way in the grocery store?¿Por qué sacudiste la cabeza? - Necesitas disciplinar a tu niña. ¿Siempre dejas que se porte así en el supermercado?
3. (to move your head back and forth)
a. mover la cabeza
I don't like this song. - Yes you do. You shake your head and tap your feet every time you hear it.No me gusta esta canción. - Sí, te gusta. Mueves la cabeza y zapateas cada vez que la oyes.
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