Grammar Task 03

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Grammar Section:

  • Learn all three Perfect Tenses, Learn the use of Has, Have, Had, Will have and Shall have. Use 3rd of the verb in Perfect Tenses.

  • Learn how to make Single Interrogative Sentences.

  • Use “How” & “Wh” family words to make Double Interrogative Sentences.

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Vocabulary Section:

700+ Most Common English Verbs List with Useful Examples: (Part 2)

Verbs List (E)

List of verbs that start with E with verb examples.

  • Earn: He earns three times more than me.
  • Eat:  You can’t eat your cake and have it.
  • Emphasize: I want to emphasize this point in particular.
  • Enable: His wealth enables him to do anything.
  • Encourage: John encouraged Mary to learn how to speak French.
  • Engage: We used to be engaged.
  • Enhance: Can we enhance the image?
  • Enjoy: I really enjoy talking to you.
  • Ensure: This medicine will ensure you a good night’s sleep.
  • Entail: This review procedure entails repeating the test.
  • Enter: He entered the room.
  • Establish: The school was established in 1650.
  • Examine: The doctor examined the patients.
  • Exist: I don’t believe such things to exist.
  • Expand: The workers are expanding the road.
  • Expect: What time do you expect to arrive home?
  • Experiment: They’re experimenting with a new car.
  • Explain: I can explain everything.
  • Explore: He explored the Amazon jungle.
  • Extend: We extended a hearty welcome to them.

Verbs List (F)

List of verbs that start with F with verb examples.

  • Fail: I fail to comprehend their attitude.
  • Fall: I fell in the pool.
  • Feed: We just fed the baby.
  • Feel: I feel that Mr. Peter is a good teacher.
  • Fight: Don’t fight with me.
  • Find: I can find them.
  • Finish: He finished cleaning the kitchen.
  • Fit: This coat doesn’t fit me.
  • Fly: Tom wishes he could fly.
  • Fold: Tom and Mary folded up the flag.
  • Follow: We must follow the rules of the game.
  • Forbid: I forbid you to smoke.
  • Forget: I’ll never forget visiting them.
  • Forgive: We have already forgiven you.
  • Freeze: It’s freezing cold in this country.
  • Fry: She fried fish in salad oil.

Verbs List (G)

List of verbs that start with G with verb examples.

  • Generate: This machine generates electricity.
  • Get: We’ve got to get the economy under control or it will literally eat us up.
  • Give:  The waiter gives me the menu.
  • Go: Let’s go eat.
  • Grind: We grind our coffee by hand.
  • Grow: Apples grow on trees.

Verbs List (H)

List of verbs that start with H with verbs examples.

  • Hang: Don’t you hang up on me.
  • Happen: You made it happen.
  • Hate: I hate getting to the theatre late.
  • Have: I have a car.
  • Hear: I will hear me.
  • Hesitate: I hesitate to spend so much money on clothes.
  • Hide: I’m hiding from Tim.
  • Hit: I hit the jackpot.
  • Hold:  Hold the knife at an angle.
  • Hop:  I tried to hop on my good foot while holding onto Jim…
  • Hope: I hope to see you again soon.
  • Hug: I really need a hug.
  • Hurry: It had to hurry to find a home because I was already on to something else.
  • Hurt: I hurt my elbow.

Verbs List (I-J)

List of verbs that start with I & J with verbs examples.

  • Identify: She identified him as the murderer.
  • Ignore: He ignored her advice.
  • Illustrate: The teacher will illustrate how to do it.
  • Imagine: I can imagine how you felt.
  • Imply: Silence implies consent.
  • Impress: We’re not impressed.
  • Improve: I need to improve my French.
  • Include: Tom’s lunch includes a sandwich and an apple.
  • Incorporate: Her business was incorporated.
  • Indicate: The arrow indicates the way to go.
  • Inform: I’ll inform John about our decision.
  • Insist: She insisted on going there.
  • Install: The man tried to install his own antenna.
  • Intend: I heard they intend to marry.
  • Introduce: I’ll introduce you to Tom.
  • Invest: He invested his money in stocks.
  • Investigate: I came here to investigate Tom’s death.
  • Involve: This procedure involves testing each sample twice.
  • Iron: I iron my clothes almost every day.
  • Jog: I make it a rule to jog every morning.
  • Jump:  Can you jump over the river?
  • Justify: My results justify taking drastic action.

Verbs List (K)

List of verbs that start with K with verbs examples.

  • Keep: I keep thinking about Joe, all alone in that place.
  • Kick:  The kids love to kick a ball against my wall.
  • Kiss: Did you kiss anybody?
  • Kneel:  Do not run, stand, kneel or spin in the slide.
  • Knit: She knit him a sweater for his birthday.
  • Know: We know him.

Verbs List (L)

List of verbs that start with L with verbs examples.

  • Lack: Tom seems to lack energy.
  • Laugh: Tom is laughing.
  • Lay: He laid on his back.
  • Lead: Tom leads a quiet life.
  • Lean: He leaned on his elbows.
  • Leap: Ken leapt over the wall.
  • Learn: Children learn to creep ere they can go.
  • Leave: Leave me alone!
  • Lend: Tom lent Mary his camera.
  • Lie (in bed): Lie back down.
  • Lift:  He couldn’t lift the table and no more could I.
  • Light:  Better to light one candle than to curse the darkness.
  • Lie (not to tell the truth): He hated lying.
  • Like: She likes playing tennis.
  • Listen: Why won’t you listen?
  • Look: It looks cold outside.
  • Lose: She lost a book.
  • Love: I love going out to restaurants.

Verbs List (M,N)

List of verbs that start with M & N with verbs examples.

  • Maintain: Tom maintained eye contact with Mary.
  • Make: I’m making tea.
  • Manage: Did you manage to catch the post?
  • Matter: It doesn’t matter, Tom.
  • May: Each nurse may be responsible for up to twenty patients.
  • Mean: I didn’t mean to hurt your feelings.
  • Measure: The surfboard measures 2 meters by 55 centimeters.
  • Meet: We’ve never met.
  • Melt: The snow is melted.
  • Mention: He mentioned going to that college.
  • Might: Donna might be able to come tomorrow, but it’s very unlikely.
  • Mind: Would you mind repeating what you just said?
  • Miss: He had missed being elected by a single vote.
  • Mix: If you mix blue and red, you get violet.
  • Mow: I mowed Tom’s lawn.
  • Must: I really must get some exercise.
  • Need: You need to change your eating habits.
  • Neglect: Don’t neglect to lock the door when you leave.
  • Negotiate: The two countries negotiated a treaty.

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