50 MOST COMMON VERBS IN ENGLISH

This list gives the 50 most frequent verbs in English in alphabetical order. Understanding how to use these verbs is a high priority for any English learner. Mastering verbs is a cornerstone of a strong English vocabulary because it allows you to describe actions and states of being. Verbs are powerful vocabulary words because they can be conjugated to discuss the past or the future, hypothetical situations or possibilities. Even with just 50 common verbs in your toolbox, as well as some other types of words, you can communicate many things in English.

ask
to call on for an answer

be
to equal in meaning have the same connotation as symbolize

become
to come into existence

begin
to do the first part of an action go into the first part of a process start

call
an imitation of the cry of a bird or other animal made to attract it

can
canceled; cancellation

come
semen

could
used in auxiliary function in the past , in the past conditional , and as an alternative to can suggesting less force or certainty or as a polite form in the present

do
ditto

feel
the sense of touch

find
an act or instance of finding

get
a document of release from obligation in Jewish law

give
capacity or tendency to yield to force or strain flexibility

go
a game played between two players who alternately place black and white stones on a board checkered by 19 vertical lines and 19 horizontal lines in an attempt to enclose the larger area on the board

have
one that is well-endowed especially in material wealth

hear
to perceive or apprehend by the ear

help
aid assistance

keep
custody charge

know
to perceive directly have direct cognition of

leave
permission to do something

let
to cause to make

like
came near was near

live
having life living

look
the act of looking

make
the manner or style in which a thing is constructed

may
maiden

mean
something intervening or intermediate

might
used in auxiliary function to express permission, liberty, probability, possibility in the past or a present condition contrary to fact or less probability or possibility than may or as a polite alternative to may or to ought or should

move
the act of moving a piece (as in chess)

need
to be needful or necessary

play
to engage in sport or recreation frolic

put
being in place fixed set

run
being in a melted state

say
about approximately

see
cathedra

seem
to appear to the observation or understanding

should

show
a demonstrative display

start
a sudden involuntary bodily movement or reaction

take
something that is taken

talk
a way of speaking language

tell
an ancient mound in the Middle East composed of remains of successive settlements

think
relating to, requiring, or stimulating thinking

try
an experimental trial attempt

turn
any of various rotating or pivoting movements in dancing or gymnastics

use
accustom habituate

want
deficiency lack

will
to order or direct by a will

work
to bring to pass effect

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