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50 most common verbs for English learners

be
to exist, to occur, or to have a specified quality
Example: She wants to be a doctor when she grows up.
have
to possess or own something, or to experience something
Example: They have a beautiful house in the countryside.
do
to perform an action or task
Example: He does his homework every evening.
say
to speak or express in words
Example: She says that she will arrive later.
get
to receive, obtain, or become
Example: I want to get a new laptop for my birthday.
make
to create or produce something
Example: She made a delicious cake for the party.
go
to move or travel to a specific place
Example: They want to go on a vacation to the beach.
take
to hold, grab, or carry something
Example: Please take your umbrella; it's raining outside.
see
to perceive with the eyes or to understand
Example: I can see a beautiful rainbow in the sky.
come
to move towards or arrive at a place
Example: He will come to visit us tomorrow.
think
to have a belief, opinion, or consider
Example: I think it's going to be a sunny day.
look
to direct the gaze or to appear
Example: She looks happy in the photograph.
want
to desire or wish for something
Example: He wants to buy a new car.
give
to present or transfer something to someone
Example: She gave her friend a thoughtful gift.
use
to employ or utilize something
Example: Please use the blue pen to fill out the form.
find
to discover or locate something
Example: They finally found the missing keys.
tell
to communicate information or a story
Example: He will tell us about his exciting trip.
ask
to inquire or request information
Example: She will ask her teacher for help.
work
to perform a task for a specific purpose
Example: He needs to work on his project this weekend.
seem
to appear or give the impression of
Example: It seems that she's enjoying the party.
feel
to experience an emotion or sensation
Example: She feels happy when she spends time with her friends.
try
to attempt or make an effort to do something
Example: He will try his best to win the competition.
leave
to depart or go away from a place
Example: They will leave for their vacation tomorrow.
call
to make a telephone communication
Example: She will call her friend to invite her to the party.
bring
to carry or convey something to a place
Example: He will bring some snacks for the movie night.
become
to start to be something or to develop into
Example: She wants to become a successful entrepreneur.
begin
to start or commence an action or event
Example: They will begin the meeting in a few minutes.
keep
to retain or continue to have possession of
Example: Please keep the documents in a safe place.
hold
to grasp or support something
Example: She will hold the baby carefully in her arms.
let
to allow or permit something to happen
Example: He will let his sister borrow his bike.
go
to move or travel to a specific place
Example: They want to go on a vacation to the beach.
take
to hold, grab, or carry something
Example: Please take your umbrella; it's raining outside.
see
to perceive with the eyes or to understand
Example: I can see a beautiful rainbow in the sky.
come
to move towards or arrive at a place
Example: He will come to visit us tomorrow.
think
to have a belief, opinion, or consider
Example: I think it's going to be a sunny day.
look
to direct the gaze or to appear
Example: She looks happy in the photograph.
want
to desire or wish for something
Example: He wants to buy a new car.
give
to present or transfer something to someone
Example: She gave her friend a thoughtful gift.
use
to employ or utilize something
Example: Please use the blue pen to fill out the form.
find
to discover or locate something
Example: They finally found the missing keys.
tell
to communicate information or a story
Example: He will tell us about his exciting trip.
ask
to inquire or request information
Example: She will ask her teacher for help.
work
to perform a task for a specific purpose
Example: He needs to work on his project this weekend.
seem
to appear or give the impression of
Example: It seems that she's enjoying the party.
feel
to experience an emotion or sensation
Example: She feels happy when she spends time with her friends.
try
to attempt or make an effort to do something
Example: He will try his best to win the competition.
leave
to depart or go away from a place
Example: They will leave for their vacation tomorrow.
call
to make a telephone communication
Example: She will call her friend to invite her to the party.
bring
to carry or convey something to a place
Example: He will bring some snacks for the movie night.
become
to start to be something or to develop into
Example: She wants to become a successful entrepreneur.

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