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Examples of Common Verbs in English: Verbs of Body Movement, Action Verbs and Kitchen Verbs

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In this article, we will take a look at some of the most common verbs used in the English language and provide visual examples to help you better understand their meanings. Whether you are a native speaker or a language learner, this article will provide a useful review of the most frequently used verbs in English.

Common Verbs in English

Verbs in English are words that describe actions, states, or occurrences. They are an essential part of the English language and are used to indicate what the subject of a sentence is doing or experiencing.

Kitchen Verbs in English

Kitchen verbs are action words that are commonly used in the kitchen, such as cook, bake, boil, chop, grind, mix, and stir. These verbs describe the actions of preparing and making food.

  1. Bake
  2. Boil
  3. Chop
  4. Clean
  5. Cook
  6. Cut
  7. Dice
  8. Fry
  9. Grill
  10. Knead
  11. Mix
  12. Peel
  13. Preheat
  14. Roast
  15. Saute
  16. Season
  17. Serve
  18. Sift
  19. Simmer
  20. Slice
  21. Steam
  22. Stir
  23. Whip
  24. Pour
  25. Measure
  26. Marinate
  27. Garnish
  28. Grill
  29. Broil
  30. Mince
  31. Blend
  32. Stir-fry
  33. Braise
  34. Deglaze
  35. Poach
  36. Refrigerate
  37. Freeze
  38. Can
  39. Microwave
  40. Pressure cook
  41. Roast
  42. Bake
  43. Knives
  44. Grate
  45. Zest
  46. Juice
  47. Shred
  48. Pickle
  49. Fry
  50. Toast.

This is a list of some verbs that you would come across in a Kitchen setting. 

Visual Dictionary: Common Verbs in English

English Verbs of Body Movement

Verbs of body movement describe actions that involve the movement of the body, such as walking, running, jumping, and dancing.

  1. Walk
  2. Run
  3. Jump
  4. Crawl
  5. Swim
  6. Dance
  7. Climb
  8. Slide
  9. Skate
  10. Ski
  11. Row
  12. Cycle
  13. Ride
  14. Drive
  15. Fly
  16. Hop
  17. Leap
  18. Crouch
  19. Bend
  20. Stretch
  21. Twist
  22. Turn
  23. wave
  24. Point
  25. Nod
  26. Shake
  27. Bow
  28. curtsy
  29. saluted
  30. March

This is a list of some verbs that describe body movements. These verbs can be used to describe actions that an individual or a group of people might perform, such as playing sports, performing a dance routine, or just moving around in daily life. Body movement verbs can be used in both the present and past tense to describe actions that have occurred or are currently happening. Depending on the context, these verbs may also have idiomatic meanings, like “drive someone up the wall” for example.

Examples of Common Verbs in English: Verbs of Body Movement, Action Verbs and Kitchen Verbs 1

Examples of Common Verbs in English: Verbs of Body Movement, Action Verbs and Kitchen Verbs 2

Action Verbs in English

Action verbs, also known as dynamic verbs, describe actions or states of being that a subject performs or experiences. In English, action verbs can be either transitive or intransitive. Transitive verbs take an object, meaning the action is being performed on something or someone. Intransitive verbs do not take an object, meaning the action is being performed without any direct object.

  1. Jump
  2. Run
  3. Swim
  4. Dance
  5. Climb
  6. Slide
  7. Skate
  8. Ski
  9. Row
  10. Cycle
  11. Ride
  12. Drive
  13. Fly
  14. Hop
  15. Leap
  16. Crouch
  17. Bend
  18. Stretch
  19. Twist
  20. Turn
  21. Wave
  22. Point
  23. Nod
  24. Shake
  25. Bow
  26. curtsy
  27. saluted
  28. March
  29. Speak
  30. Listen
  31. Read
  32. Write
  33. Type
  34. Study
  35. Sing
  36. Play
  37. Paint
  38. Draw
  39. Cook
  40. Clean
  41. Build
  42. Create
  43. Imagine
  44. Innovate
  45. Plan
  46. Organize
  47. Decide
  48. Resolve
  49. Solve
  50. Discover

This is a list of action verbs that describes activities that people might do. All of these verbs describe an action that someone is performing. The list above includes both physical actions like “run” and “climb” as well as more mental or cognitive actions such as “study” or “decide”. These are common in both spoken and written language, these verbs are often used in the present, past, and future tenses. The meaning and context of the sentence change depending on the tense.

Examples of Common Verbs in English: Verbs of Body Movement, Action Verbs and Kitchen Verbs 3

Examples of Common Verbs in English: Verbs of Body Movement, Action Verbs and Kitchen Verbs 4

Conclusion

In conclusion, verbs are an essential part of the English language, they are used to express actions, states of being, and occurrences. Common verbs in English include both action verbs and linking verbs. Action verbs describe the actions performed by the subject of the sentence while linking verbs connect the subject of the sentence to a subject complement. Additionally, there are also other types of verbs such as auxiliary verbs, irregular verbs and modal verbs, which have specific grammatical functions. Understanding and correctly using verbs is crucial for effective communication in the English language.

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