229 Common English Verbs With Examples (2023)

229 Common English Verbs With Examples (1)

Verbs are one of the eight main parts of speech, and we can't form sentences without them. A verb explains the action of a sentence, but that’s just one part of what verbs do.

Use this guide to familiarize yourself with the types of verbs and what they do, and peruse this list of nearly 300 common verbs. There are over 1000 possible verbs you can use in the English language, and I’m sure you’ll recall using some verbs on these lists more than others. This verbs list includes example sentences to help you expand your vocabulary and gain a better understanding of verb words and what they do.

What Is a Verb?

A verb is a word used to describe an action, state, or occurrence and forming the main part of a predicate of a sentence. Remember, a predicate is the part of a sentence or clause containing a verb that says something about the subject. All sentences must have a verb, though a sentence doesn't have to have all eight parts of speech. Verb words dictate the action that's taking place, so they're necessary for a sentence to make sense.

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Types of Verbs and Verb Examples

There are three types of verbs: action verbs, linking verbs, and helping verbs. Action verbs are verbs that express action or possession. Action verbs can be transitive or intransitive. Transitive verb words always have a noun that receives the action of the verb, known as a direct object. They can sometimes also have an indirect object, which is a noun or phrase that occurs in addition to a direct object. Below are verb definitions and verb examples in a sentence.

Transitive verb example: I washed the dishes yesterday. The verb is washed, and the direct object is dishes, since they’re the noun being acted upon.

Transitive verb example 2: Send her the book. The verb is send, and the direct object is book; the indirect object is her. Intransitive verbs do not address an object or an indirect object. It has a modifier, but not an object.

Intransitive verb example: I went outside to enjoy the fresh air. The intransitive verb is went. There is not a direct object that is received by went. Some verbs are always intransitive, like go, lie, sneeze, sit, die, and arrive. Others like eat, can be either intransitive or transitive.

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Linking verbs connect the subject of a sentence to a noun or adjective that describes it.

Linking verb example: This oatmeal tastes bland. In this sentence, oatmeal is the noun/subject, and bland is the adjective. Tastes is the linking verb that connects them.

Linking verb example 2: All the kittens are adorable. The subject is kittens, and the adjective is adorable. The linking verb is are.

Helping verbs are used before action or linking verbs to convey additional information. The main verb with an accompanying helping verb is called a verb phrase.

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Helping verb example: The kids will help with the new puppy. In this sentence, kids is the subject, help is the main (action) verb, and will is the helping verb.

Verbs List

These verb examples lists contain just some of the most commonly used verbs in the English language. There are so many more verbs you can use, and you can utilize a Thesaurus to find words with similar meanings. All of the examples on this verbs list are given in present tense, but the examples may be in past or present tense.

The list is separated into action, helping, and linking verbs. You may notice that some words like am, appear, was etc. can act as multiple types of verbs. When you see verbs that are on multiple lists, refer to the descriptions of the types of verbs above, and notice how the words differ in meaning in the examples.

Action Verbs

AchieveThe student achieved a high score on her SATs.
AssembleThe Avengers and their friends assembled for one last battle against Thanos.
AccelerateYou can accelerate your progress on the SAT prep by signing up for tutoring.
AdministerThe doctor administered several tests.
AllowThis restaurant doesn't allow smoking.
ApplyMost students apply to several colleges.
AppearShe appeared out of nowhere.
AppointThe mayor will appoint a new fire chief in the coming weeks.
AnalyzeMy co-worker analyzes tons of data every day.
BudgetWe budgeted for a new couch this month.
BuyThey bought dinner three nights in a row.
BalanceShe balanced carefully on the beam at the start of her routine.
BringMake sure you bring dessert to Thanksgiving this year.
BuildWe're building a new bookshelf.
ChaseThe cat chased the mouse around the yard.
CheckMy neighbor will check my mail when I go on vacation.
ChooseYou have to choose your meal for the reception.
CloseClose the door when you leave the room.
CollaborateIn order to collaborate on this project, our team met twice a week.
CollectCollecting coins is one of my favorite hobbies.
CommentI always make sure to like and comment on my friends' posts.
CommunicateWith family overseas, we're lucky that we can communicate through video chats.
CompareIt's hard not to compare yourself to your classmates, but you should focus on achieving your own goals.
ConvinceI convinced my friend to start a study group.
ContinueThe team continued to the finals.
CoordinateYou have to coordinate the food, music, and guest list for the upcoming event.
CutI cut my finger while chopping vegetables.
DebateI'm excited to watch the presidential candidates debate each other in the primaries.
DefendAre you prepared to defend your thesis?
DecideHe finally decided on what watermelon to buy.
DiscoverMarine biologists have discovered a new shark species.
EatEating brunch with my friends is one of my favorite weekend activities.
EncourageMy favorite teacher encouraged me to take more creative writing courses.
EstablishWe established the company as a leader in our industry.
EarnI earned an A on my last biology test.
ExamineYou should really get that pain in your knee examined.
ExpectI expect results by the end of tomorrow.
ExperimentMy team is ready to experiment with different marketing strategies.
ExplainPlease explain the instructions again.
ExploreShe loves exploring the coves down by the ocean.
FallBe careful you don't fall when walking on the icy sidewalk.
FeedI know a man that feed the pigeons every morning.
FryIt's so hot that you could fry an egg on the sidewalk.
FightGrowing up, my sister and I fought all the time.
FitThis dress fits really well.
FollowThe ducklings follow the mother duck wherever she goes.
GoWe went to my favorite restaurant for my birthday.
GiveMy teacher gave me great advice.
GrowThe tree I planted grew so much over this past year.
GainShe gained several new friends in his first year at school.
GenerateWe need to think of strategies to help us generate more clients.
HangHang the painting on the wall in the hallways.
HappenWhat happened to your ankle?
HateI hate how nervous I get before taking a test.
HearShe heard her phone ring in the theater, but she ignored it.
HowlSome dogs howl to get attention.
HopHop on one foot while you jump rope to improve your workout.
HugMy niece loves to hug her stuffed animals.
HelpI helped make the brownies for the school bake sale.
HoldShe held onto her water bottle while they waited in line.
HurtI tripped and hurt my knee.
HideShe always hides her Halloween candy from her siblings.
IdentifyThe witness identified the defendant in the trial.
IgnoreIgnore the loud music playing in the dorm next door while you're studying.
ImplyThe story implied that the characters thought that their lives were unfair.
IllustrateMary GrandPré illustrated the U.S. editions of the Harry Potter books.
InformPlease inform the class about your findings on Great White Sharks.
IncludeThey included all the information in the report.
IntroduceI"m pleased to introduce our new student!
InvestI invested in some stocks for the first time.
IrritateDon't irritate your siblings.
JogShe jogged past the duck pond and over the bridge.
JokeYou shouldn't joke about sensitive topics.
JumpJump over this log on the hiking trail.
JudgeDo you judge a book by its cover?
KeepI kept my favorite childhood stuffed animals when I moved out.
KnockI knocked lightly on the door.
KickShe loved kicking the punching bag during a workout.
KillIn writing, some people advise you to "kill your darlings."
LaughMy friends and I laugh together all the time.
LearnWe're learning about cell function in my biology class.
LayHe laid down on the couch for a quick nap.
LeaveDon't leave without your lunch.
LieHe lied on his resume and got caught.
LiveI live in the United States.
LoseHe lost all of the pens he bought before school even started.
ListenListen carefully to lectures and take notes.
LiftTogether we listed the heavy package and carried it into the house.
LoveI love both my dogs equally.
LikeI like my new coffee table.
MakeHe made a collage to show his family history.
ManageI manage all the fundraising efforts for our volunteer group.
MaintainShe maintains a busy schedule.
MeasureMeasure out one cup of flour and a half cup of sugar for this recipe.
MeetI'm meeting with my team members Wednesday for our final project.
MixMixing and matching your suits can help create a fun professional look.
MentionShe mentioned that she is applying to college this fall.
MeltThe cheese melted on the bread as soon as it went into the oven.
MoveMy family and I moved last year.
NeedI need a new jacket this winter.
NegotiateThe agent is negotiating the player's contract.
ObserveHe observed several stars through his telescope.
ObtainWe obtained some information to help with our report.
OrderThe doctor ordered more blood tests following the appointment.
OfferShe offered her tutoring services.
OpenOpen the door for the cat.
OwnI owned a horse when I was a kid.
PaintPainting with watercolors is a relaxing hobby.
PassThe team passed the ball to each other.
PayWe paid for lunch for the whole team.
PerformedThe students performed a short play that they wrote.
PersistThough the work is hard, you have to persist and get it done.
PromiseThe couple promised lifelong commitment at their wedding.
PlayThe kids played outside all day in the summer.
PinchI pinched my arm to make sure I wasn't dreaming.
ParseHe read the report carefully and parsed out all the relevant information.
ParticipateAll of the students participated in the graduation ceremony.
ProvideThey provided a solid alibi.
PutPut your coat on the coat rack.
PullPull the audio data into the report.
QuitI quit band last year.
QuackAll the ducks quacked as soon as they saw I had leftover bread.
QualifyA nursing degree qualifies you to take the board exams.
RaiseThe shelter raises orphaned baby animals.
ReadI read a fantastic book last week.
RealizeHe realized that staying home for college was the right decision.
RevereThe family reveres their personal traditions around the holidays.
ReflectThe water is so clear that it reflects the trees around it.
RecommendMy teacher recommended me to a top college.
ReduceOur company is reducing waste by printing less and doing more digitally.
RelateI relate to my favorite book characters.
ReportPlease report back promptly at 7pm.
RequireAll of my top college choices require personal essays.
ResetRest your wifi if it doesn't work.
RenewDid you renew your subscription to the magazine?
RetireMy grandparents were happy to finally retire.
ResistShe resisted the urge to watch TV while studying.
ReachI reached under the couch for my missing sock.
RoarThe lions in the new movie look so real when they roar.
RideWe love riding the trolley in San Francisco.
RoastRoast the marshmallows slowly so you don't burn them.
RunThey all ran the charity 5K this year.
SayHe said he will get back to me within the week.
SingSinging in front of an audience is a lot of fun.
SitSit in this chair while you wait.
SendSend the invitations in the mail.
ShakeIt's considered polite to shake hands when you meet someone.
ShowerShowering after a long day feels great.
ShowI showed everyone how to new presentation software works.
ShameShaming people online is a common occurrence these days.
ShockThe kids shocked their parents with elaborate gifts.
ShrinkI accidentally shrunk my favorite dress in the dryer.
SpeakShe spoke clearly and intelligently during the debate.
SolveThe famous character Sherlock Holmes solves crimes by using his unique skills.
SpecifyYou need to specify which character is the protagonist in your essay.
StealBonnie and Clyde famously stole from banks.
ServeThe tennis player served the ball.
StopThe car stopped suddenly.
StretchThe dog stretched when he woke up.
StickJoyce is concerned that her magnets won't stick to the fridge.
SubmitI finally submitted my college applications last week.
SuggestShe suggested that I apply to more than three colleges.
StrikeThe miners struck gold.
StudyStudying for the GRE is a long process.
SnuggleThe girl wanted a stuffed bear to snuggle with.
SurpriseHis aunt surprised him by coming to his concert.
SwimWe all took the day off and swam at the local pool.
TakeMy friend took the book back from me when I was done reading it.
TalkWe talked for hours about all the details for the surprise party.
TasteAfter hours of preparation, he finally tasted the fresh tomato sauce.
TearI tore the cardboard in half to make it easier to recycle.
TrapI trapped the spider in a cup and took it outside.
TellHe told the teacher that he was sick.
TendA shepherd's job is to tend to a flock of sheep.
TeachI want to teach myself Spanish this summer.
ThinkMy guidance counselor thinks I have a good shot at my first choice school.
ThrowThey were excited when the girl threw the ball for the first time.
UnderstandI understand the difference between action, linking, and helping verbs.
ValueI'm glad I go to a school that values extracurriculars.
VolunteerShe volunteers at an after-school program twice a week.
WaitWe waited for over an hour.
WalkHe walked the dog around the lake.
WarnWe warned them to stay away from the haunted house.
WarmShe warmed up by the fire after playing outside in the snow.
WantHe wants a puppy for Christmas.
WinThey won the big tournament.
WishShe wished her friend a happy birthday.
WriteI wrote four practice essays.
WatchWe all watch the same TV show on Saturday nights.
WaveWave goodbye when you leave.
WearWear a hat when you go to the beach to keep the sun out of your eyes.
YearnThough the new laptops are beautiful, some people yearn for the old design.

Linking Verbs

IsMom is excited about our family trip this summer.
AmI am worried that I'm not studying enough for my SATs.
AreThe puppies are so playful.
WasShe was so happy to finally see the show on broadway.
WereThey were disappointed that we had to leave early.
BeI will be excited to see how this show ends next year.
BeenI've been open-minded about my next job opportunity.
BeingHe is being stubborn.
AppearHe appears to be feeling better.
BecomeHe became fond of pasta after visiting Italy.
FeelHe felt tense after his meeting with his boss.
GrowThe tree in my backyard grows taller each year.
LookYou look tired from your trip.
RemainShe remained optimistic about getting into her top colleges.
SeemYou seem distracted today.
SmellThis dinner smells incredible.
SoundYour cello sounds magnificent.
StayThe baseball player stayed calm in a 3-2 count.
TasteThe apple pie tasted delicious.
TurnHer fingers turned blue after being out in the cold for so long.
ProveHer efforts proved worthwhile when she saw her report card.

Helping Verbs

IsEveryone is wondering if we have an extra day off for the holiday weekend.
AmI am hoping to get a positive response on this job application.
AreThey are following the teacher's instructions on the project.
WasI was involved with the fundraising campaign last year.
WereThey were looking for the car keys for nearly an hour.
BeHe had to be lying since he kept scratching a nostril, an obvious tell.
BeenShe was nervous to go away to school, since she had never been that far from home before.
HasShe has wandered off before.
HaveWe have always stayed in the same cabin at the lake.
HadI had worked on the campaign for clean water before working for the National Parks Service.
DoesMy brother does know the Netflix password, he just won't tell me what it is.
DoI do understand the different parts of speech, but I need to practice identifying them.
DidI did remember to buy a new toothbrush, but left toothpaste off my shipping list.
CanWe can run the 5K and then go to the picnic.
WillWhen we go hiking, we will hike the most difficult trail.
ShallWe shall eat breakfast promptly at 8am tomorrow.
CouldI could volunteer for the food drive again, or try something different.
WouldMy class would participate more if we got participation points as an incentive.
ShouldI should begin my homework, but I'm way too into this book right now.
MustYou must check to make sure you're fulfilling all of the credits you need.
MayI may treat myself this year for my birthday.
MightI might take a computer science class this semester.

As you can see from this list, there are a ton of verbs you can use to form sentences and to strengthen your speech and writing. Making sure you have a multitude of verb examples in your vocabulary will make it easier to identify parts of speech, and will ensure that your writing is specific, concise, and non-repetitive. Make sure you consider what type of verb you’re using, even when you don’t think you have to pay attention to it. Verbs are all around us, and especially after reading this list, you’ll start seeing them everywhere.

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229 Common English Verbs With Examples (2)


What are 100 examples of verbs? ›

100 Examples of Regular Verbs
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What are the 50 most common verbs in English? ›

The Most Common English Verbs
  1. 1. to be. Conjugation: to be. Definition: ...
  2. 2. to have. Conjugation: to have. Definition: ...
  3. 3. to ask. Conjugation: to ask. Definition: ...
  4. 4. to do. Conjugation: to do. Definition: ...
  5. 5. to get. Conjugation: to get. ...
  6. 6. to go. Conjugation: to go. ...
  7. 7. to hear. Conjugation: to hear. ...
  8. 8. to say. Conjugation: to say.
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What is the example of enough? ›

We normally only use enough of when it is followed by a determiner or a pronoun (a/an/the, this/that, my/your/his, you/them, etc.). There isn't enough of that bread to make sandwiches for everyone. I've seen enough of his work to be able to recommend him. There's enough of us to make a difference.

What are the 25 most common verbs used in English? ›

25 Most Common Verbs
  • be.
  • have.
  • do.
  • say.
  • get.
  • make.
  • go.
  • know.

What are the 200 verbs? ›

200 Most Important Irregular Verb forms in English
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What are the 200 irregular verbs list? ›

200 irregular verbs and audio
to dealdealtflung
to drawdrewforgot
to dreamdreamtforgave
to drinkdrankfroze
to drivedrovegot
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What are the 1000 most commonly used words in English? ›

Here's the List of the 1000 Most Common English Words
  • be – “Will you be my friend?”
  • and – “You and I will always be friends.”
  • of – “Today is the first of November.”
  • a – “I saw a bear today.”
  • in – “She is in her room.”
  • to – “Let's go to the park.”
  • have – “I have a few questions.”
  • too – “I like her too.”

Can you give me a list of verbs? ›

Physical Action Verb List:
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Would you be kind enough example? ›

For example

"Would you be so kind as to help me cross the road?" "Of course. May I take your hand?" "Would you be kind enough to bring me a pot of tea, please?"

What are the 24 helping verbs in English? ›

Am, is, are, was and were, being, been, and be, Have, has, had, do, does, did, will, would, shall and should. There are five more helping verbs: may, might, must, can, could!

What are the 20 verbs in English? ›

62 V1 V2 V3 List, Present Past and Past Participles, Regular and Irregular Verbs V1 V2 V3 hide hid hidden teach taught taught forget forgot forgotten sell sold sold drink drank drunk make made made dig dug dug leave left left grow grew grown spend spent spent beat beat beaten hold held held tell told told fall fell ...

What are the 24 special verbs? ›

24 Auxiliary Verbs List With Examples #7
  • I must go.
  • Go I must.
  • He must have gone.
  • He must be a liar.
  • You must do this.
  • You must not tell a lie.
  • You must be a rich man.
  • You must have been absent.
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How many English verbs are there? ›

There are sixteen verbs used in Basic English. They are: be, do, have, come, go, see, seem, give, take, keep, make, put, send, say, let, get.
Primary formspast: walked example: She walked home
Secondary formspast participle: walked example: She has walked home
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What are the 150 irregular verbs? ›

List of Irregular Verbs, +150 Irregular Vers, V1 V2 V3
V1 – PresentV2 – Past SimpleV3 – Past Participle
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How many irregular verbs are there in English PDF? ›

In English, there are more than 200 irregular verbs. Some of the most frequently used verbs in the language, such as “to be,” “to have,” and “to say,” are included in this list.

How many English verbs are irregular? ›

There are about 200 irregular verbs in English. We can divide these into four types: Verbs which have the same base form, past simple and past participle. Verbs which have the same past simple and past participle.

What are the 100 most used words in English? ›

The 100 most common words in English
1. the21. at41. there
2. of22. be42. use
3. and23. this43. an
4. a24. have44. each
5. to25. from45. which
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How do you write 1000000 words in English? ›

1000000 in words is One Million.

Can I learn 100 English words a day? ›

You probably can't master one word a day. Forget about 100. But you can certainly learn 100 words in a day. Sure, you can't learn everything you could ever need to know about these 100 words, and memorise all that information, but you can certainly get a basic understanding of 100 words in a day.

What are 10 strong verbs? ›

Top 10 Powerful Verbs
1SaidScreamed, shouted, sobbed, talked, whispered, yawned, hummed
8LaughedGiggled, smiled, smirked, admired, grinned, guffawed
9FoundLocated, unearthed, identified, collected, gathered
10RanJogged, pelted, raced, stumbled, staggered, swayed, galloped
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What is a main verb list? ›

Given below is a list of a few common verbs that can function as main verbs.
  • Write.
  • Speak.
  • Read.
  • Talk.
  • Walk.
  • Sit.
  • Jump.
  • Swim.

What are the 1000 verbs? ›

1000 English Verbs Forms
S.No.Base FormPast Participle Form
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What are verbs list out 10 verbs? ›

Action verb examples:
  • Run.
  • Dance.
  • Slide.
  • Jump.
  • Think.
  • Do.
  • Go.
  • Stand.

What type of verb is enough? ›

Enough is a determiner, a pronoun or an adverb. We use enough to mean 'as much as we need or want'.

What is a word for enough? ›

Some common synonyms of enough are adequate, competent, and sufficient.

What types of adverb is enough? ›

Adverbs of degree are usually placed before the adjective, adverb, or verb that they modify, although there are some exceptions. The words "too", "enough", "very", and "extremely" are examples of adverbs of degree.

How do you use well enough in a sentence? ›

I don't know her well enough to say as a friend. We were doing well but not quite well enough. The singer said they told her to apply again if doctors say she is well enough. We played well enough to get something.

What are you are enough? ›

You are enough means that you were made to be you, as you are, on purpose. It is no mistake that you are this person, in this place, at this time. You are enough as you are, mess and all, beautiful and broken, showing up for your life every day. That's all you have to be and all you have to do.

How do you say it is good enough? ›

The words satisfactory, fair, and average can refer to things that are as good as you expect them to be, but no more. All three words are also used in academic writing to rate or comment on a student's work.

What are too and enough for infinitives? ›

Too and enough indicate degree. They modify adjectives, adverbs, and nouns. Too is an intensifier that expresses that something is inadequate (below what is desirable) or excessive (above what is desirable). The expression is complemented by an infinitive (nonfinite infinitive clause).

How do you replace enough in a sentence? ›

Additional points
  1. Enough can be used without a noun if the meaning is clear. There's a lot of food but not enough for everyone.
  2. Enough can be replaced with the before a noun. I don't have the money to go on holiday. ...
  3. Time or room can be used alone to mean enough time or enough room.
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How do you use not enough? ›

We use not enough + noun to mean less than we want or need of something.
  1. There aren't enough chairs for everyone.
  2. We haven't got enough money.

What are the 20 action words? ›

20 Action words with sentences and Pictures A list of action words Cook Write Wash Kiss Talk Climb Ride Eat Play Bathe Jump Drink Smell Hug Wait Cry Fight Snore Crawl Dig Action words with sentences and Pictures Cook She cooks food for me. Write Adam will write a letter to her father.

What are the 24 auxiliary verbs examples? ›

be, can, could, dare, do, have, may, might, must, need, ought, shall, should, will, would. The status of dare (not), need (not), and ought (to) is debatable and the use of these verbs as auxiliaries can vary across dialects of English.

What are the 13 types of modals? ›

The principal English modal verbs are can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, and must. Certain other verbs are sometimes classed as modals; these include ought, had better, and (in certain uses) dare and need.

What are the 5 most common verbs in English? ›

The ten most heavily used verbs in the English language are be, have, do, say, make, go, take, come, see, and get.

What are verbs in English examples? ›

A verb is a word that indicates a physical action (e.g., “drive”), a mental action (e.g., “think”) or a state of being (e.g., “exist”). Every sentence contains a verb. Verbs are almost always used along with a noun or pronoun to describe what the noun or pronoun is doing.

What are the 10 examples of verb in a sentence? ›

Examples of Verb in Sentences
  • He is begging to save her mother's life in front of the doctor.
  • David is writing a novel about wildlife heritage.
  • You are coming right now at the seminar.
  • She is smiling in front of the audience.
  • They are selling their company's products to people.
  • He apologized to the teachers.

What are the 14 verb tenses? ›

In total, there are 14 (7 simple and 7 compound): Present, Imperfect, Preterite, Future, Conditional, Present Perfect, Pluperfect, Preterit Perfect, Future Perfect, Conditional Perfect, Present Subjunctive, Imperfect Subjunctive, Present Perfect Subjunctive, and Pluperfect Subjunctive.

What are the 4 types of verbs in English? ›

There are three types of verbs: action verbs, linking verbs, and helping verbs. Action verbs are words that express action (give, eat, walk, etc.) or possession (have, own, etc.). Action verbs can be either transitive or intransitive.

What are the 3 main types of verbs? ›

Types of Verbs
  • Action verbs (which can be transitive or intransitive)
  • Modal or helping verbs.
  • Linking verbs.

What are the 50 examples of verb? ›

50 verbs in english, Verb 1,2,3 Forms
V1 Base FormV2 Past SimpleV3 Past Participle
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What are the 24 main verbs? ›

24 Auxiliary Verbs List With Examples #7
  • I must go.
  • Go I must.
  • He must have gone.
  • He must be a liar.
  • You must do this.
  • You must not tell a lie.
  • You must be a rich man.
  • You must have been absent.
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What are the 16 verbs in English? ›

There are sixteen verbs used in Basic English. They are: be, do, have, come, go, see, seem, give, take, keep, make, put, send, say, let, get.

What are the 25 verb forms? ›

Top 25 regular verbs
Present SimplePast SimplePast Participle
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What are the 50 action verbs? ›

Action Verbs List
  • Ride.
  • Sit down.
  • Stand up.
  • Fight.
  • Laugh.
  • Read.
  • Play.
  • Listen.


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