Top 51 - 75 Verbs

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500 Most Common English Verbs - Top 51 - 75 Verbs

Here you are provided with the part 3 of the list of the most common verbs in English including 51-75 verbs.

500 Most Common English Verbs
to eat
to eatverb

to put food into the mouth, then chew and swallow it

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to believeverb

to accept something to be true even without proof

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to write
to writeverb

to make letters, words, or numbers on a surface, usually a piece of paper, with a pen or pencil

3
to speak
to speakverb

to talk to someone about something

4
to laugh
to laughverb

to make sounds and move our face when we think something is funny or silly

5
to wait
to waitverb

to stay where you are or not do something until a particular time when someone comes or is ready, or something happens

6
to run
to runverb

to move using our legs, faster than we usually walk, in a way that both feet are never on the ground at the same time

7
to begin
to beginverb

to do or experience the first part of something

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to stop
to stopverb

to not move anymore

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to buy
to buyverb

to get something in exchange for paying money

10
to lose
to loseverb

to be or become unable to find something or someone

11
to pay
to payverb

to give someone money in exchange for goods or services

12
to read
to readverb

to look at written or printed words and understand their meaning

13
to hit
to hitverb

to strike someone or something with force using one's hand or an object

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to includeverb

to have something as a part of the whole

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to build
to buildverb

to put together different materials such as brick to make a building, etc.

16
to hold
to holdverb

to have in one's hands or arms

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to allow
to allowverb

to let someone or something do a particular thing

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to stay
to stayverb

to remain in a certain place and not move away

19
to spend
to spendverb

to use money as a payment for services, goods, etc.

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to sit
to sitverb

to be in or on a chair or seat, or on the ground, resting our weight on our bottom with a straight back

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to followverb

to go or come after someone or something; to move or travel behind someone or something

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to grow
to growverb

to get larger and taller and become an adult over time

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to lead
to leadverb

to go in front of or beside someone or something in order to show them the way or to make them go in a particular direction

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to continue
to continueverb

to keep being, happening, or doing something

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