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The 100 used regular verb in English more

To the man by the verb and the bull by the horns! With this list of the 100 used regular verb in English more you will not have excuses not to continue learning some of the most important aspects of the language of Shakespeare.

The verbs are vitally important and essential to express to us (as much in English as in the language of Cervantes and as in any other), since they are the element in the phrase that it indicates to us what is what it is happening and gives the key us to understand the rest of the context.  Only with the verb or we can elaborate a complete message, to give a information or to transmit an idea. To such an extent its relevance arrives! Conclusion: we cannot live without them, are the center of our universe (although certainly some physicist would differ with us€¦).

By way of example: in which we took already of article we have used 14 verbs. 14!

To know the used verbs more in a language is key to be able to construct phrases and to express action, desires and emotions. There am the reason there by which today we have decided to write following recopilatorio. Thus you will be able to be expressed better with our listing of the 100 used regular verb in English more! 🙂

Eye! With this list of regular verb you will have a base to advance step by step in the complex way of the English language; but there are many aspects equal of important further on. For it nothing better than a course of English in €œThat €˜s Cool Education€, where we will say everything to you what you need to know on the verbs and how to dominate them. Then not only with knowing his meaning you will be able to be handled with English 😉


Listing of regular verb in English

  • Accept: to accept.

  • Add: to add.

  • Admit: to admit.

  • Allow: to allow.

  • Agree: to agree.

  • Answer: to answer/To respond.

  • It arrives: to arrive.

  • Appear: to appear.

  • Ask: to ask (to also ask you can use €œQuestion€ as noun, (€œTo make questions€)).

  • Believe: to believe.

  • Belong: to belong.

  • Brush: to brush.

  • Call: to call (accompanied of preposition, can acquire diverse meaning. Ex: €œCall in off€ is €œTo cancel€ and €œCall on€ is €œTo visit somebody/To request an opinion€).

  • Cancel: to cancel.

  • Change: to change (it can talk about to change money, clothes, transport or even of opinion).

  • Clean: to clean.

  • Close: to close.

  • Complain: to complain.

  • It completes: to complete.

  • Cook: to cook.

  • Copy: to copy.

  • Count: to count.

  • Cry: to cry.

  • It dances: to dance.

  • It decides: to decide.

  • Decorate to you: to decorate.

  • Destroy: to destroy.

  • Drops: to drop (care, that €œDrops€ also mean €œDrop€).

  • Dry: to dry.

  • Enjoy: to enjoy.

  • Escape: to escape.

  • Explain: to explain.

  • Fill: to fill (as substantive means €œStuffed€; tenlo in account).

  • Finish: to finish (€œFinish€ is only the verb. However €œEnd€ is the €œAim€ that we see at the end of the films (not to be confused), for which it exerts as noun).

  • Fix: to fix, to repair.

  • Follow: to follow.

  • Guess: to guess.

  • Happen: to happen.

  • Have to you: to hate.

  • Help: to help.

  • It imagines: to imagine.

  • Improve: to improve.

  • Increase: to increase.

  • Invent: to invent.

  • It invites: to invite.

  • Join: to unite.

  • Jump: to jump.

  • Kill: to kill.

  • Kiss: to kiss.

  • Laugh: to laugh.

  • Learn: to learn.

  • Like: to like.

  • They list: to listen.

  • Live: to live (remembers that €œLive€ also exerts as adjective: €œAlive€; as well as adverb to say €œLive€ or €œIn direct€).

  • Look: to look.

  • Love: to love.

  • Measure: to measure.

  • Mention: to mention.

  • Need: to need.

  • Notice: to warn (in the sense to notice, to realize something).

  • Offer: to offer.

  • Open: to open.

  • Order: to order/to ask.

  • Organize: to organize.

  • Paint: to paint.

  • It pleases: to place (€œIt pleases€ as substantive it is translated as €œPlace€).

  • Play: to play.

  • Please: to please/to satisfy (except for the usual one €œPlease€; the education first of all 😉).

  • Practice: to practice (what you must do constantly with the English: to practice, to practice and returned to practice).

  • It prepares: to prepare.

  • Qualify: to describe.

  • Rain:  to rain (€œRain€ also means €œTo drop€. Never you will lie down without knowing something new)

  • Receive: to receive.

  • Remember: to remember.

  • Remind: to remember.

  • Repeat: to repeat.

  • Report: to inform.

  • Require: to require.

  • Return: to return.

  • Search: search (a synonymous one very used would be €œfor Look€).

  • Sign: to sign.

  • Sit: to sit down.

  • Smile: to smile (€œYou have to flash your most winning smile€ €“ €œYou must show to your better smile€ 🙂).

  • Start: to begin, to begin.

  • Stop: to stop, to pause.

  • Study: to study (also it can talk about to an office study).

  • Talk: to speak (€œSpeak€ talks about to speak a language and €œTalk€ to a conversation. They are verbs that usually we confuse much in English, so taken care of much).

  • Touch: to touch.

  • Translate: to translate.

  • Travel: to travel.

  • Try: to try/to try (also has other uses as €œTrying€, €œPutting on approval€ or €œTo judge€. To multipurpose few regular verb they win to him).

  • It uses: to use.

  • Visit: to visit.

  • Wait: to hope.

  • Walk: to walk.

  • Want: to want.

  • Watch: to see/to observe/to look/to render attention (€œWatch€ refers that we see with interest, as film, whereas €œSee€ is something that is seen without being able to be avoided, as finding to somebody by the street).

  • Wish: to wish (although if what you want it is to speak of desires a look throws to how using the conditional ones in English correctly).

  • Work: to work.

  • Worry: to worry (nothing better than to listen Bob Marley to finish with this list, €œDon't worry, sees happy€ 🙂)



How the regular verb in English are conjugated

In order to complete this listing of the form that is deserved, we showed the keys to you to consider to the past form simple and the participle of the verbs. The verbs in English are divided in regular and irregular. The irregular verb the past have different forms for and participle from each verb. Tenlo very in account!

However, the regular verb in English are those that stop to form their past time and participle only needs to add to the completion €œed€.

To example titles:

  • Talk €“ Talked.

  • Finish €“ Finished.

  • Watch €“ Watched.


Exceptions to conjugate the regular verb in English

If the verb finishes with vowel €œE€:

If the verb finishes with vowel €œand€, simply to add completion €œD€. Easy and for all the family!

We follow with the examples:

  • Change €“ Changed.

  • Decided decides €“.

  • Love €“ Loved.


If the verb finishes with vowel €œand€:

If the verb finishes with the letter €œand€, it changes €œand€ by the completion €œied€.

More examples:

  • Worry €“ Worried.

  • Cry €“ Cried.

  • Study €“ Studied.


If the verb finishes in €œVowel + consonant€:

If the verb finishes in €œVowel + consonant€ and the intonation is emphasized to end of word (what in Castilian we would call €œWord with final-syllable stress€), then you must double the final consonant and add to the completion €œed€:

We explained ourselves better with a few examples:

  • Admit €“ Admitted.

  • Stop €“ Stopped.

  • Refer €“ Referred.

PS: in this sense it can come to you to throw a look very well to him to the lesson of this video on the conjugation of the regular verb in English. That an image is worth more than thousand words 😉



How it is the articulation of the regular verb in English

As we commented you in our selection of the 10 better tongue-twisters in English, the articulation especially continues being the aspect of the language that resists to us more, the Spaniards.

The reasons are many; as the lack of auditory training, the variation of the rate with respect to Castilian (perhaps the key aspect in the all this subject) or own Spanish educative system. It is as she is this one continues being our pending subject. But you do not worry: we will little by little help to solve it you with our courses! They serve to the following points as a example 🙂

The pasts of the regular verb (€œed€) are always pronounced, but not always of the same form. Three are the forms in which the regular pasts can be vocalized:

  • In the majority of verbs €˜D€™ is read as one.

  • In the verbs finished in €˜K€™, €˜P€™, €˜S€™, €˜SH€™, €˜CH€™ and €˜F€™ sound as a €˜T€™. Ex: €˜Finished€™.

  • In the verbs finished in €˜T€™ or €˜D€™ it is vocalized as €˜YOU GO€™. Ex: €˜Decided€™.


So you already know them! With this listing you will be able to extend your basic vocabulary, to know how these are conjugated and to dominate how they are pronounced. All this is indispensable so that you continue deepening in the English language. All this is indispensable so that you get to dominate it. Despacito but without pause, and always with good letter 😉