What are common verbs? Ever wondered the purpose behind studying grammar? Every language needs rules, principles and conventions to ensure that there are no ambiguities in usage and is uniformly adopted by all the speakers of the language.
In this article, we will study about verbs, their types and a comprehensive list of commonly used verbs.
What are common verbs?
Common verbs are words used to describe a physical action, state, condition, situation or an occurrence.
Common verbs in English
Some commonly used verbs in English are listed below:
What are dynamic verbs?
Dynamic verbs are verbs used to represent a physical action, a continued change or progressive action by a person or thing.
Most of these actions have a specific duration with a clear beginning and end.
A dynamic verb may be physical,a mental state or thought process.
E.g. jump, run, walk, talk etc.
What are stative verbs?
They describe conditions that are static i.e. unchanging. Stative verbs are used to describe:
- Mental state
- Measures and costs
- Opinions and beliefs
What are modal verbs?
The modal verbs in English are can, could, shall, should, may, might, must, will, would and ought to.
Difference between common and irregular verbs
Common verbs have a particular pattern or trait that can be identified across all the verbs. Irregular verbs on the other hand deviate from this pattern and have anomalous forms.
I can walk fast. (Simple Present)
I walked fast.(Simple Past)
I can jump high.
I jumped high.
Here, we notice that the Simple Past tense of the common verbs walk and jump, both have -ed as a suffix.
I go home after school. (Simple Present)
I went home after school. (Simple Past)
I know the song.
I knew the song.
But for irregular verbs, go and know, the past tense is different.
Example of verbs in simple tense
- I run five miles a day.
- I walk with my dog in the park.
- I know she likes me.
Example of verbs in continuous tense
- He is having breakfast now.
- He will be going to the museum tomorrow.
- He was eating an icecream.
Example of verbs in perfect tense
- I have seen the movie twice this summer.
- If she had gone to my aunt’s house during the vacation, I would have seen her.
- He has been in class all morning.
Example of verbs in perfect continuous tense
- We have been waiting for you since 5 pm.
- They had been going to yoga classes all year.
- Gary has been coming late for class all semester.
List of verbs with example sentences
My dad scolded me when I accelerated the car beyond the speed limit.
My upstairs neighbor was very kind to accommodate all of us in their guest bedroom until the flood waters receded from our home.
Will you accompany me to the wedding next week?
What will you accomplish by plotting revenge,Carl? It will only end up hurting you.
The laundry pile has been accumulating and I am running out of clothes to wear.
I will achieve my goal of reading 100 books this year by November end!
The multi-national company, Plato, announced that it acquired a major stake in Sock & Crates, an ed-tech platform.
Acting out your anger on others is a mark of a bad personality.
How do you activate the SIM card after buying it?
Did you adapt well to the climate up north?
Add a pinch of salt to the salad before serving it.
I wanted to address the elephant in the room as the whole family was acting as if nothing happened.
Did you adjust my seat when you were here?
The nurse administered my second dose of Covid vaccine on my left arm.
We advertised our brand through flyers, billboards and focussed digital marketing.
I advised our daughter to approach us with any issue without any apprehension.
My Math professor advocated for my selection as the school representative to the District Math Whiz competition.
Tanya aided my quick recovery from leg injury by helping me with physiotherapy and taking me for doctor’s visits every week.
I wanted to align the books on the shelf in alphabetical order but it looks awkward now due to the uneven sizes of the books.
I analysed the game I played with Marcus and found that I missed a win by a whisker.
I was appointed as the class monitor for the entire term.
The coach arbitrated the argument between the two basketball teams.
I arranged the flowers in the bouquet I gave you last Summer.
Why were the students asked to assemble at the park?
The professor assessed our papers and I got an “A”!
My friend assisted me in the project work.
Buddha attained Nirvana under the Bodhi tree.
Our company was audited last September by the IRS.
I was authorized to conduct the search by the superintendent.
The automated sprinkler saved me so much time.
An accident was averted by the skilled car driver who pressed the brakes on time.
I was awarded the title of “Ms.Clean and Green” at the office for contributing sustainable ideas to the project.
I balanced the pencil on the tip of my finger for twenty minutes without dropping it even once.
We always begin the Social class with a group activity.
My extra-curricular activities boosted my application for college and I got into the college of my dreams.
The general briefed us on the mission at the camp.
We built our house on the east side of the river adjoining our farm.
Did you button your shirt properly this time, Jim?
The remake of the classic was butchered by the new director and robbed of all its essence.
The illegal drug ring was busted by the enforcement authorities in a thrilling encounter.
The ostrich does not bury its head in the sand out of fear of predators.
The balloons were burst by a cheeky kid even before the party started.
The whole family burst into laughter when the toddler burped.
I burned the candles all night long as there was a power cut due to the storm.
I bundled up my clothes and shoved it into the closet since I had no time to fold.
He bunched the papers and handed them over to me for examination.
I bumped into Lizzie last night at the restaurant.
Wasn’t the speaker at the convention bumbling a lot?
Megan confessed that she bullied her younger brother to steal some cookies from the cabinet.
Mosquitoes ruined my sleep by constantly buzzing near my ears.
I called Valerie to join us for the dance practice sessions.
Keshav calculated the risk of buying a house during a recession and decided against it.
I calmed my mother down when she was worried about serving food to 30 guests and promised to help out.
Keith captured a prize-worthy shot of the Amsterdam albatross.
I cared for the chicks since they lost their mother.
I loved the way mom caresses my forehead when I lie down on her lap.
I carried the heavy luggage up the seven flights of stairs as the lift was under maintenance.
I carved our names on the old bench at grandpa’s place.
I cashed the checks in the morning and two of them bounced.
She cast her ring into the ocean during the cruise.
The store cataloged all the inventory in an organized manner.
I caught the last train to Mussoorie.
All the food items were categorized based on the country of origin.
The faulty traffic light caused a massive traffic jam.
My mom cautioned me against receiving food from strangers.
The store ceased selling CDs due to the falling demand.
We celebrated our anniversary at home with minimal decorations.
The centre-table has to be centered.
We were certified as professionals at the end of the year-long course.
She challenged us to a duel after school.
She changed into her gym clothes.
The crowd chanted his name as he went up the stage.
I chaperoned the kids to their prom.
He charged us with assault.
I chased the warden down and asked him about the event.
The kids confused the narrator with bizarre questions.
She dabbed the cotton in antiseptic lotion and pressed it against my wound.
The cyclone damaged the communication lines.
The rains did not dampen the festive spirits of the children.
We danced around the bonfire at the camp.
The accused was asked to defend himself against all the allegations.
The team lead dictated the project plan and other details during the last meeting.
My husband and I differ in our political views.
My mom never differentiated between me and my siblings.
We dug our backyard for hours in search of buried gold.
It was hard for her to digest the fact that her son was a thief.
Let me dim the lights first.
Debt does not diminish your personality, your attitude about it can!
Will you dine with me tonight?
I dipped my chip in sauce and it tasted like love.
Why did you disagree with meeting her in the evening?
Do you eat after sunset all the time?
Eavesdropping is an invasion of privacy and an act of betrayal.
The committee echoed the concern of the common people and called for a blanket ban on alcohol.
The new company edged out all its competitors by the first quarter.
I need to educate my grandparents on the latest tech lingo.
Would you care to elaborate your stand on veganism?
I elbowed him when he was not paying attention to the teacher.
The Parliament elected a President for the forty-fifth time in history.
She was elevated to the rank of a General owing to her distinguished service.
We embraced each other at the airport entrance.
Out of a fierce competition between hundreds of schools, I emerged as the sole winner.
Don’t you empathize with the victims of climate change who lost their homes due to a rise in sea level?
The syllabus emphasized on the importance of practical training.
The company employed millions of workers and ensured they enjoyed all benefits.
Women must be empowered to make their own decisions without the guilt of being selfish.
Can you empty the garbage can in the morning?
Facing your fears may vanquish them.
I failed to notice the wet floor sign near the elevators.
I fainted during the morning assembly as I skipped my breakfast.
Sheila faked a leg injury to fool her friend on April Fool’s Day.
Gloria slipped and fell into the puddle.
I did not falter even when the examiner cross-questioned my research findings.
I had to familiarize myself with the local customs before travelling to foreign country.
I had to fan myself until the power came back.
Nikhil fancied the gold jewelry on display.
My nephew fantasized about growing up so that he could join the Avengers!
Mom always fastens the seat-belt for my five-year old brother even now.
He always favors his right while hiking.
She feared snakes and avoided the woods like the plague.
I felt a furry thing in the basement and ran out of there in an instant.
The thief feigned innocence the first time and got out.
That man ferried us across the river safely.
I fetched her spectacles from the cupboard.
The teacher found him fidgeting with his new toy and confisticated it.
I fought a bear in my dreams and won!
Why is she filing for divorce?
Have you filled out the patient forms yet?
The wedding was finalized last week.
He gambled away their life savings.
She gargled with salt water twice a day.
He gashed his arm while working in the garage.
They gathered all their things and left the place.
Julie gauged the reaction of her parents and decided that the truth would be better.
They gawked at his well-built body.
She gazed out of her window.
He gestured to her to get down from the train.
They got the first coupon.
The children giggled throughout the play.
Would you give me another chance?
I glanced in her direction.
The driver glared at the honking bus driver.
He hacked into the computer systems.
The Millers hailed from a remote village.
She hallucinated her dog during depression.
They halted the train to Kentucky when the protests started.
I hammered the picture on the wall.
They handed me an award for bravery.
I handled the event adeptly.
She hung the portrait in the living room.
The guys harassed her until her friends arrived.
The egg hardened after some time.
No one harmed the puppy.
She harvested the eggs right on time.
The leader hastened the march.
Ken idealized me from his childhood.
The kith and kin of the victim identified the remains.
Kids idolize celebrities.
He ignited many minds with his fiery speeches.
They ignored the warning and paid for it.
The nurse jabbed me on my arm.
The car jammed on the lorry late at night.
The train jerked a lot and made me vomit.
The comedian jibed at the politician.
I keep the spare keys under the doormat.
Lily kicked the door open as her hands were full.
Her laughter killed the surprise for Jack.
She kissed him goodnight every night!
Did you knead the dough properly?
Why did they kneel at the game?
Grandma knits a sweater every winter and gifts it to me.
Knock twice before entering my room.
I knotted the rope in an amateur manner and was chided for it.
I knew the movie was underrated.
Sam limped the whole term due to a serious bone fracture.
The smell of jasmine lingered in the air for two days.
I listed the strengths and weaknesses of all the team members before assigning responsibilities.
Do you listen to classical music like Anya?
The astronauts longed for solid food during their 2 year outer space stay.
The house looked deserted and haunted.
She loosened her pants before devouring the large meal.
I love watching the sunrise at the beach.
Never lower your expectations from society.
The tiger lunged forward at the sight of a prey.
The kidnapper lured the children with chocolates and sweets.
A stranger lurked near my room last night.
They had morphed the pictures badly.
I mourned the death of my dog.
He mouthed the words to the song during the concert.
They moved the furniture to the other room.
Their cries were muffled.
He mulled over his decision to quit.
Jack multiplies his savings by investing.
The maid mumbled throughout the day.
We munched on chips all evening.
The children murmured when the kid forgot his lines.
He muttered his name to his neighbor.
Lang needed a pass to use the public transport in the city.
Avrin neglected to visit the dentist and ended up with multiple cavities.
Remi negotiated and brought down the price of the car to almost half of the initial price.
The crows often nest in tall trees.
Our farm is nestled in the valley adjoining the northern hills.
The squirrel nibbled on the nuts we kept in the backyard.
A stray puppy nipped me on the leg.
We nodded in agreement when asked if the examination was tough.
The class nominated Uri as the monitor unanimously.
We need to normalize boys crying to help them grow into strong adults free to express themselves.
She noted down the important announcements quickly.
Did you notice something different in the lab today?
We have to notify the authorities about the theft immediately.
My friend nudged me to ask our seniors about the inter-cultural competitions.
I always number the tokens to have a rough idea about the total number of attendees.
My mother nursed me back to health after I fell sick with pneumonia.
You should always obey your parents.
I objected to the use of crackers near the hospital premises.
Mary was obliged to pay for the service.
She observed that the crowd went crazy every time the singer paused.
I was obsessed with capturing the night sky on my new camera until the new project started.
He obtained a pass for the New Years Party by waiting in line for hours.
The Geminid meteor shower occurs annually during the month of December.
He offended me by not offering to share his snacks when I had forgotten to bring mine.
Sam offered to drive me home last night.
The fans ogled at the actress during the award ceremony.
The juice oozed down the glass since I was not paying attention while pouring.
Have you opened a bank account yet?
Have you operated on a heart in your experience as a surgeon?
The public opined that the new law was draconian.
She opposed the new dress code rules stipulated by the college.
I opted for a difficult course this semester as I had enough time in the evening.
The judge ordered the police to produce more evidence to substantiate the allegations levelled against the accused.
I proved to the teacher that my project was not plagiarised.
The city corporation provides water to the entire city using infrastructure that is failing, under repair or outdated.
She provoked me by stating that atheists are mad and stubborn people.
I hate it when my neighbors pry on our personal affairs.
The city publicized the beach-cleaning projects and was able to garner the support of millions as volunteers.
She puckered her lips as she bent down to kiss the toddler.
He pulled the emergency brake when the woman screamed that a thief stole her chain and jumped out of the train.
The wrestler pummeled his opponent on the ground with his strong fists.
I pumped gas into my car last week but ran out of fuel within hours.
She punched me in the jaw for bullying her.
I punctured my tires by driving on rocky terrain and was stuck there for a day.
We were punished for lying about not playing games during study holidays.
My brother purchased a brand new SUV and gifted it to our parents on their anniversary.
He pursed his lips when asked about his accomplice in stealing.
The cops pursued the thieves for an hour before surrounding them and handcuffing them.
I pushed the shopping cart around while my friend picked out the items from the shelves.
I put two cubes of sugar in my tea and three cubes of sugar in my coffee.
We finally qualified for the Badminton finals after twelve years of consecutive eliminations.
My neighbors quarrelled over the parking space for an hour.
The watchman questioned us when we arrived 10 minutes after curfew.
People queued up to watch the latest Marvel movie at the theatres.
He quickened the drying by increasing the ventilation.
The puppy quietened after screaming incessantly for hours.
He quit the job over disagreements with the management and even refused to meet the dean to iron out differences.
We were quizzed on the anatomy of a frog this morning.
The price quoted was way over the budget and the plan fell through despite all his efforts.
Nothing rhymes with orange.
We got rid of the old typewriter and replaced it with a new one.
My nephew riddles me every time we meet.
We rode the train to the carnival last summer and had loads of fun.
She ridiculed me over my choice of food but ended up sharing it with me.
I suspected that she was also involved in the crime.
I swallowed a bell when I was a child.
The trees swayed as the wind blew from the north.
She swore that she didn’t know of the deadline.
The help swept the floor and found a gold ring under the table.
The wound swelled up after a day.
I swerved the car to avoid the cow on the road!
She swims every evening at the club with her friend.
He swung the bat like a professional and wowed the audience.
She swiped left and turned on the camera.
He swirled her for capturing a boomerang on Instagram.
She switched on the lights.
She swooned at his charming behavior.
Do you take sugar with your coffee?
He talked me out of going out for dinner.
They tamed a wild squirrel and trained him to do some adorable tricks.
They tangled the lights while unboxing it.
We were tasked with finding the origin of chocolates.
She tasted the soup and spat it out as it was too hot.
Chris tattooed a bird on his left wrist.
The children taunted the monkeys but scattered away when the monkeys growled back.
I unbuttoned my shirt and changed into my t-shirt and pajamas.
I unclenched my fist when I realized that the stranger lurking near my room was my friend.
The police uncovered a major drug heist.
She underwent a massive heart surgery in her teenage years.
He understood that it was not easy to keep lying.
The teacher validated my lab results.
The stains vanished after washing.
He was vexed over losing the championship.
The phone vibrated and woke me up.
I viewed the movie twice with my friends.
I will visit my aunt this fall.
Can you visualize your success?
How do I vocalize my concerns to the committee?
We volunteered to help the team paint the wall.
I vomited after driving uphill.
When can you vote for the President?
She vouched for my innocence and I was able to escape punishment.
I vow to never smoke since I learnt the long-term adverse effects of smoking.
The lifeguard warned us not to wade into the deep end of the pool.
The smell of Hyderabadi biryani wafted out from the food stall.
Jerry wagged his tail quite vigorously when he saw the car and we knew he remembered them.
Tom wagered a large bet on the fastest horse but still lost all of his life’s fortunes.
Tina wailed so loud when her dog went missing that it woke up all the neighbors.
I waited in line to buy the latest novel by Ruskin Bond.
I woke up drenched in sweat as the power was out since midnight
I walked to school every day with my best friend who lives right down my street.
My father always said, “Don’t wallow in self-pity. It will drown you.”
King waltzed his way into the new team by showcasing his fine dribbling skills.
Wandering around the forest at night is prohibited by the government.
She wanted an ice-cream.
Some old watches require winding before use.
My dad winked when my mom refused to let us buy icecreams.
Will the house withstand a hurricane?
The little girl witnessed a miracle when her pet returned home after five months.
The table has been wobbling since this morning.
Don’t wonder where all the cookies went, just check the weighing scale!
The team worked all night to submit the project on time.
She worried over her SAT results and spent many sleepless nights.
The early humans may have worshipped the elements of nature.
The director ordered the crew to wrap up the shoot by noon.
Tom wrecked my sand castle accidentally.
James wrestled his brother over the remote but it broke during the scuffle.
Wring the clothes well before hanging them so that they dry faster.
I wrinkled my uniform by wrestling with my brother.
I wrote an essay for the competition and won first place.
Etty writhed in pain in the hospital after meeting with a car accident.
All hand-luggages are X-rayed at the airport.
Sally yanked Sue by her hair when she tried to cross the road without looking at the oncoming traffic.
Grandpa was yapping away stories from his childhood all evening while we munched on chips and cookies.
I yawned during my Science class so I was pulled up and asked if I hadn’t slept last night.
Sonya yelled at her friend for littering on the road.
I yielded to pressure from my friends and entered the Quidditch championship.
When chased by a wild elephant, zig-zagging may be your best option.
I zoned out during the meeting and missed a couple of points.
If you zoomed in, you would notice a hidden ring in the picture.
Stative verbs list with example sentences
- I agreed to go to the concert.
- He annoyed me relentlessly.
- The plan was approved.
- Sal astonished everyone with his painting.
- He conceded defeat to his opponent.
- She contained her laughter during the exam.
- He wanted a new bike for his birthday.
- Sheila dropped her new phone thrice!
- I adored my niece until she grew up and stole all my books!
- The crowd was agitated.
- He appreciated the efforts of the planning committee.
- The police apprehended the criminals.
Measure, cost, and more
- It cost me nothing.
- They depended on me to move the furniture.
- I included the guest list in the email.
Movement verbs list
Classroom verbs list
Sports verbs list
Hospitality verbs list
Cooking verbs list
Action verbs list
Auxiliary verbs list
Causative verbs list
Verbs that describe an action that is triggered or forced are called causative verbs.
In other words, the person performing the action is not acting out of their own volition. They are instead made to act/forced to perform it by command, persuasion or request.
The major causative verbs in English are :
Infinitive verbs list
Verbs followed by gerunds list
|urge||can’t stand||can’t help|
Irregular verbs list
|Simple Present||Simple Past||Past Participle|
Modal verbs list
|ability / possibility /permission||can||1. I can recite up to 100 digits of pi from memory. 2. John can use the stairs on the left.3. Can I bring my dog on the picnic?|
|possibility / past ability / make suggestions or requests||could||1. Kim could top the class if only he tried a little. 2. You could always use the helpline to ask for help with initial set-up. 3. I could gulp down five glasses of orange juice in a single sitting after my football game.|
|permission/ speculate/ strong certainty about hypotheticals/possibility||may||1. May I please enter? 2. You may be the last person to enter the race but your chances of winning are very high.3. It may rain in the evening too, so take an umbrella with you.|
|possibility/permission/suggest/conditional||might||1. You might be late for class. 2. I might know the answer to this question. 3. If you leave early, you might make it to the play.|
|command/promise/confirmation/offer help||shall||1. Shall we begin our practice session? 2. We shall meet for coffee at the corner bistro in the evening. 3. Shall I make dinner for you?|
|advice/obligation/probability||should||1. You should eat more vegetables and fruits.2. Should I stay back and help the students with their project?3. He should be on time for dinner since he took the 7pm train.|
|request/offer/future plans/first conditional||will||1.Will you help me with my homework? 2.I will do the dishes today. 3. I will go to Egypt for my next vacation.|
|request/ second or third conditional||would||1. Would you help me with this puzzle?2. If I lived by the beach, I would go surfing every day. 3. If you had made it to dinner, I would have not been alone.|
|strong recommendation/positive assumption/ deduction/prohibition/certainty||must||1. Tina must submit her homework by noon. 2. You must be Claire’s daughter, Haley. 3. It must have rained this morning. 4. You must not drink coffee that late in the night.|
|moral obligation||ought to||1. You ought to respect each other’s beliefs and opinions. 2. He ought to help his grandmother get up from the bed.|
Dynamic verbs list
Linking verbs list
Reflexive verbs in Spanish
The reflexive pronouns in Spanish are:
- me : myself
- te : yourself
- se : himself/herself/itself
- nos : ourselves
- os : yourselves
- se : themselves
The reflexive verbs in Spanish are:
- Irse : to leave
- Acordarse: to remember
- Olvidarse :to forget
- Sentirse :to feel
- Darse :to give oneself
- Encontrarse :to find oneself
- Preocuparse :to worry
- Fijarse :to take notice
- Casarse :to marry
- Sentarse :to sit down
- Levantarse :to get up
- Despertarse :to wake up oneself
- Preguntarse:to wonder
- Llamarse :to call oneself
- Creerse :to believe
- Reunirse: to meet up or reunite
- Cuidarse :to take care
Strong and powerful verbs list
|Weak verbs||Strong verbs|
|talk||orate, bumble, babble, prattle, yap, express, articulate, voice,utter|
|walk||stroll, march, wander, tread, roam, advance, hike, patrol, meander|
|shout||cry, wail, yell, howl, bawl, shriek, screech, yelp, clamour|
|happy||content, delight, elate, exhilarate, excite, thrill, stimulate, invigorate|
|sad||depress, regret,distress,upset, trouble, unsettled|
|ask||request, demand, urge, beg, pray, solicit, inquire, examine, dispute, debate, clarify|
|move||accelerate, glide, gallop, slide, crawl,limp, propel, swerve, duck|
|find||discover, locate, find, track, uncover, unearth|
|run||sprint, race, rush, dash, hurry, bolt, charge, zoom, whizz, streak, speed, scuttle|
Verbs with prepositions list
|aim at||agree on||believe in||speak to||benefit from||agree with||ask about|
|look at||base on||confide in||reply to||come from||begin with||care about|
|stare at||comment on||involve in||write to||differ from||compare with||dream about|
|laugh at||count on||participate in||apologize to||resign from||compete with||forget about|
|point at||depend on||result in||adjust to||suffer from||cope with||know about|
|hint at||insist on||specialize in||admit to||escape from||disagree with||laugh about|
|smile at||pride on||succeed in||relate to||refrain from||start with||think about|
|wink at||work on||trust in||talk to||retire from||associate with||worry about|
List of adverbs modifying verbs
Parts of speech
More parts of speech:
- Parts of speech
- Possessive nouns
- Irregular plural nouns
- Proper nouns
- Concrete nouns
- Collective nouns
- Possessive and plural nouns
- Action Verbs A to Z
- Verbs followed by gerunds and infinitives
- List of verbs with t-infinitive
- 131 Verbs to Use for the Word hospitality
- Sport and Exercise Actions Vocabulary in English
- English verbs of motion: Take, ride, drive, walk, get
- Spanish Reflexive Verbs
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