Grammar Task 04

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Grammar Section:

  • Revise all the three Perfect Continuous Tenses. Use has been, have been, had been, will have been, shall have been with “ing” form of the verb.

  • Learn the usage of “Since and For“.

  • Make Negative and Interrogative Sentences by using has, have, had, will have and shall have.

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Vocabulary Section:

700+ Most Common English Verbs List with Useful Examples: (Part 3)

Verbs List (O)

List of verbs that start with O with verbs examples.

  • Observe: You must observe those rules.
  • Obtain: I obtained the painting at an auction.
  • Occur: The accident occurred yesterday morning
  • Offer: She offered to help me move my things to my new house.
  • Open: Open the windows.
  • Operate: I can’t figure out how to operate this machine.
  • Order:  What do you suggest I order?
  • Organize: They want me to organize the party.
  • Ought to: You ought to get your watch repaired.
  • Overcome: We have to overcome many difficulties.
  • Overtake: Their car overtook ours.
  • Owe: Tom owes me money.
  • Own: I own a German car.

Verbs List (P)

List of verbs that start with P with verbs examples.

  • Paint: She painted the wall pink.
  • Participate: He participated in the debate.
  • Pay: Can I pay by installment payment?
  • Peel: Anna peeled the apple.
  • Perform: Tom performs in a jazz club three nights a week.
  • Persuade: I persuaded Tom to help me.
  • Pinch: He pinched and scraped for many years to save money.
  • Plan: Next year I plan to travel around the world.
  • Play: I can play tennis.
  • Point: Tom pointed to the sky.
  • Possess: The old man possesses great wealth.
  • Postpone: He postponed returning to Paris.
  • Pour: She poured tea for me.
  • Practice: Today we’re going to practice parking.
  • Prefer: Chantal prefers travelling by train.
  • Prepare: The doctor prepared to prescribe a receipt.
  • Pretend: She was pretending to cry. I knew she was lying.
  • Prevent: The rain prevented me from coming.
  • Proceed: They will proceed to build another laboratory building.
  • Promise: He promised to collect her from the airport.
  • Propose: We propose to deal with this subject in the following chapter.
  • Protect: We’re supposed to be protecting John.
  • Prove: I’ll prove it to you.
  • Pull: John pulled out a pen.
  • Punch: You punch like a girl.
  • Pursue: The police pursued the murderer.
  • Push: We had to push our way through the crowd.
  • Put: I put on my shoes.

Verbs List (Q,R)

List of verbs that start with Q & R with verbs examples.

  • Qualify: He is qualified as an English teacher.
  • Quit: She quits worrying about the problem.
  • React: Tom reacted appropriately.
  • Read: I read the book.
  • Realize: I didn’t realise we were late.
  • Recall: I don’t recall seeing any cars parked outside.
  • Receive: We received a warm welcome.
  • Recollect: I recollect seeing Ryder some years ago in Bonn.
  • Recommend: I would never recommend using a sunbed on a regular basis.
  • Reduce: I think we should reduce the price.
  • Refer: I often refer to the dictionary.
  • Reflect: She reflected on what she had done.
  • Refuse: She refused to answer questions about her personal finances.
  • Regret: I regret leaving school so young.
  • Relate: She is related to him by marriage.
  • Relax: We’re supposed to relax.
  • Relieve: I was relieved to hear that he was alive.
  • Rely: You can certainly rely on him.
  • Remain: He remained poor all his life.
  • Remember: He had remembered to bring a pair of gloves, unlike me.
  • Remind: It reminds me of the good old days.
  • Repair: He repaired his watch by himself.
  • Replace: The car replaced the bicycle.
  • Represent: He represented the labor union on the committee.
  • Require: This task requires dexterity.
  • Resent: Many conscripts resent having to do their military service.
  • Resist: She can never resist buying new shoes.
  • Retain: We had to retain a lawyer.
  • Retire: I have decided to retire.
  • Rid: You’ve got to get rid of it
  • Ride:  Life is a horse, and either you ride it or it rides you.
  • Ring: The phone is ringing.
  • Rise: The sun is about to rise.
  • Risk: He risked being caught.
  • Roast: He is roasting coffee beans.
  • Run:  Do not run too fast after gain.

Verbs List (S)

List of verbs that start with S with verbs examples.

  • Sanction: They will not sanction copying without permission.
  • Satisfy: He satisfied his thirst with a large glass of beer.
  • Say: No one says that.
  • Scrub: Tom asked Mary to scrub the toilet.
  • See: Do you see that bird?
  • Seem: I always seem to be unlucky at cards.
  • Sell: I can’t sell you that.
  • Send: They’re sending help.
  • Serve: They serve good nosh in the cafeteria.
  • Set: I’m going to set the table.
  • Settle: The problem is not settled yet.
  • Sew: Mary is sewing baby clothes.
  • Shake: They shook hands when they met at the airport.
  • Shall: Shall I add your name to the list?
  • Shed: She tried not to shed a tear.
  • Shine: Susan shined your father’s shoes.
  • Shoot: I’ll shoot both of you.
  • Should: The university should provide more sports facilities.
  • Show: I’ll show you later.
  • Shrink: My jeans shrank after I washed them.
  • Shut: I shut my eyes again.
  • Sing: Tom loves to sing.
  • Sink: A ship sank near here yesterday.
  • Sit:  Sit on the floor, stretching your legs out in front of you.
  • Ski: I like skiing very much.
  • Sleep: I slept too much.
  • Slice:  It’s best to slice into a rich cake from the middle.
  • Slide: He slid the money into my pocket.
  • Slip: She slipped into her clothes.
  • Smell: Something smells bad. What is this?
  • Snore: Tom snored loudly with his mouth open.
  • Solve: He solved the difficult problem.
  • Sow: Farmers sow seeds in the spring.
  • Speak: He speaks English.
  • Specify: Tom didn’t specify how many pencils to buy.
  • Spell: I don’t know how to spell the word.
  • Spend: I spent some time in Boston.
  • Spill: I’m afraid I spilled coffee on the tablecloth.
  • Spit: I can’t put up with the way he spits.
  • Spread:  He spread some strawberry jam on his toast.
  • Squat: Tom squatted down next to his dog.
  • Stack:  They are specially packaged so that they stack easily.
  • Stand: Can you stand up?
  • Start: He started tipping the pea pods into a pan.
  • Steal: My watch was stolen.
  • Stick: He stuck to his job.
  • Sting: I was stung by a bee.
  • Stink: It stinks in here.
  • Stir: She stirred the soup with a spoon.
  • Stop: I hoped he would stop asking awkward questions.
  • Stretch:  Breathe in through your nose as you stretch up.
  • Strike: Tom struck the wall with his fist.
  • Struggle: He struggled to keep his footing on the slippery floor.
  • Study: She studies hard.
  • Submit: I submitted the application myself.
  • Succeed: He’ll succeed for sure.
  • Suffer: We suffered a pretty big loss.
  • Suggest: Tracey suggested meeting for a drink after work.
  • Supply: I supplied Tom with everything he needed.
  • Suppose: I suppose you’re hungry.
  • Surprise: She surprised him when she arrived early.
  • Survive: He survived the plane crash.
  • Swear: Do you swear to tell the whole truth?
  • Sweep: I will sweep out my room.
  • Swell: The river swelled rapidly because of the heavy rain.
  • Swim: She swims well.
  • Swing: The lamp was swinging back and forth.

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