Top 26 - 50 Verbs

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500 Most Common English Verbs - Top 26 - 50 Verbs

Here you are provided with the part 2 of the list of the most common verbs in English including 26-50 verbs.

500 Most Common English Verbs
to find
to findverb

to discover or get back something or someone that we had lost, after searching for it or them

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to happenverb

to take place, particularly with no plan

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to call
to callverb

to telephone a person or number

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to put
to putverb

to move someone or something into a place and let them be there

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to like
to likeverb

to feel that someone or something is good, interesting, or pleasant

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to help
to helpverb

to give someone what they need or to make it easier or possible for them to do something

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to love
to loveverb

to have a very strong feeling of liking or affection and caring for someone

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to keepverb

to have or continue to have something

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to becomeverb

to start or grow to be

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to show
to showverb

to make something visible or noticeable

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to hear
to hearverb

to be aware of the sound made by someone or something with our ears

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to ask
to askverb

to say or write something in the form of a question to get an answer or some information

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to leave
to leaveverb

to go away from somewhere or someone

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to watch
to watchverb

to pay attention or look at something or someone attentively for a period of time

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to learn
to learnverb

to gain knowledge of or skill in something by experience, by study, or by being taught

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to change
to changeverb

to make a person or thing different

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to move
to moveverb

to go from one place to another; to change position

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to create
to createverb

to bring something into existence or make something happen

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to liveverb

to have one's home in a particular place or with a particular person

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to play
to playverb

to enjoy yourself and do things for fun, like children

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to seemverb

to appear to be or do something particular

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to add
to addverb

to put something together with something else to increase the size, number, or amount

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to bring
to bringverb

to take someone or something to a place or to come to a place with someone or something

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to understand
to understandverb

to be able to know or realize the meaning of something, particularly something that someone says

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to rememberverb

to be able to bring an image, a fact, piece of information, etc. from the past to one's mind

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