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List of Regular Verbs With Sample Sentences Included!

 

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Abandon- to leave something

He abandoned her when She was 5. 

Explain- to provide details about something

Can you please explain to me why you´re being late? He could not explain to me why He was being late again.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Acquire- to obtain something

He acquired the position in the company when He was just 30 years old.

Acknowledge- to take into consideration

He acknowledged his view of the problem when the trial was over.

Approve- confirm something

 

 

She approved his application letter immediately.

Announce- make something official, to make an official statement about something

They announced their wedding to be postponed.

Move- walk fast, change direction

He moves so fast.

Start- begin something

 

 

 

 

 

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The match started at 9 p.m last Monday.

Encourage- support someone

He encouraged her in her endeavour.

Help- support someone

He helps me whenever I need it.

Highlight- emphasize something 

 

 

 

I highlighted the importance of freedom.

Present- to introduce

He presented his ideas fearlessly. He introduced me to her without a shame.

Argue- quarrel about something or with someone

They argued over  custody of their two children.

Clean- wash something

He always cleans the house. Their children never wash dishes.

 

Regular verbs have always the same ending -ed whereas irregular verbs do not.
 

 

List of Regular Verbs With Sample Sentences Included!

 

Disclosure: The following post contains affiliate links, which means I may earn a small commission for purchases made via links on my website.
 

Abandon- to leave something

He abandoned her when She was 5. 

Explain- to provide details about something

Can you please explain to me why you´re being late? He could not explain to me why He was being late again.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Acquire- to obtain something

He acquired the position in the company when He was just 30 years old.

Acknowledge- to take into consideration

He acknowledged his view of the problem when the trial was over.

Approve- confirm something

 

 

She approved his application letter immediately.

Announce- make something official, to make an official statement about something

They announced their wedding to be postponed.

Move- walk fast, change direction

He moves so fast.

Start- begin something

 

 

 

 

 

LIST OF LANGUAGE COURSES FOR 10 EUROS OR LESS

 

 

The match started at 9 p.m last Monday.

Encourage- support someone

He encouraged her in her endeavour.

Help- support someone

He helps me whenever I need it.

Highlight- emphasize something 

 

 

 

I highlighted the importance of freedom.

Present- to introduce

He presented his ideas fearlessly. He introduced me to her without a shame.

Argue- quarrel about something or with someone

They argued over  custody of their two children.

Clean- wash something

He always cleans the house. Their children never wash dishes.

 

Regular verbs have always the same ending -ed whereas irregular verbs do not.