600+ English Regular Verbs List PDF

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Regular Verbs List

There are thousands of regular verbs in English. This is a list of 600 of the more common regular verbs. Note that there are some spelling variations in American English (for example, “practice” becomes “practice” in American English).

  1. • accept
  2. • add
  3. • admire
  4. • admit
  5. • advise
  6. • afford
  7. • agree
  8. • alert
  9. • allow
  10. • amuse
  11. • analyse
  12. • announce
  13. • annoy
  14. • answer
  15. • apologise
  16. • appear
  17. • applaud
  18. • appreciate
  19. • approve
  20. • argue
  21. • arrange
  22. • arrest
  23. • arrive
  24. • ask
  25. • attach
  26. • attack
  27. • attempt
  28. • attend
  29. • attract
  30. • avoid
  31. • back
  32. • bake
  33. • balance
  34. • ban
  35. • bang
  36. • bare
  37. • bat
  38. • bathe
  39. • battle
  40. • beam
  41. • beg
  42. • behave
  43. • belong
  44. • bless
  45. • blind
  46. • blink
  47. • blot
  48. • blush
  49. • boast
  50. • boil
  51. • bomb
  52. • book
  53. • bore
  54. • borrow
  55. • bounce
  56. • bow
  57. • box
  58. • brake
  59. • brake
  60. • branch
  61. • breathe
  62. • bruise
  63. • brush
  64. • bubble
  65. • bump
  66. • burn
  67. • bury
  68. • calculate
  69. • call
  70. • camp
  71. • care
  72. • carry
  73. • carve
  74. • cause
  75. • challenge
  76. •change
  1. • charge
  2. • chase
  3. • cheat
  4. • check
  5. • cheer
  6. • chew
  7. • choke
  8. • chop
  9. • claim
  10. • clap
  11. • clean
  12. • clear
  13. • clip
  14. • close
  15. • coach
  16. • coil
  17. • collect
  18. • colour
  19. • comb
  20. • command
  21. • communicate
  22. • compare
  23. • compete
  24. • complain
  25. • complete
  26. • concentrate
  27. • concern
  28. • confess
  29. • confuse
  30. • connect
  31. • consider
  32. • consist
  33. • contain
  34. • continue
  35. • copy
  36. • correct
  37. • cough
  38. • count
  39. • cover
  40. • crack
  41. • crash
  42. • crawl
  43. • cross
  44. • crush
  45. • cry
  46. • cure
  47. • curl
  48. • curve
  49. • cycle
  50. • dam
  51. • damage
  52. • dance
  53. • dare
  54. • decay
  55. • deceive
  56. • decide
  57. • deliver
  58. • depend
  59. • describe
  60. • desert
  61. • deserve
  62. • destroy
  63. • detect
  64. • disapprove
  65. • disarm
  66. • discover
  67. • dislike
  68. • divide
  69. • double
  70. • doubt
  71. • dress
  72. • drip
  73. • drop
  74. • drown
  75. • drum
  76. • dry

Base Form
The base form of a verb is its form in a dictionary entry. For example, if you looked up sang, the dictionary would refer you to the base form sing.

The base form is also the source (or base) for the present (with a few exceptions), infinitive, and the present participle of the verb, whether the verb is regular or irregular.

The base form is used as a verb in three ways.
(1) It follows certain helping verbs, the most important being the modal auxiliary verbs or modals for short: can/could, may/might, will/would, shall/should, and must.

(Modal verbs themselves have no base form, infinitive, present participle, or past participle; they have only present and past forms.) Note the base form of the verb is in the following sentences.

WriterMark Lester
LanguageEnglish
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