English is the language of the future. Now it is necessary for almost every person either for work or as a means of communication during travel. If you are just learning English or just going to do it, "So Simple!" Has collected for you in one place the most common verbs of English , meaning action and movement. Your vocabulary will receive a huge charge of lexical fuel, as it will not be necessary to replace concrete actions with descriptive words.
English verbs of movement and action
begin – to begin to appear – to appear be late – to be late to continue – to continue to take – to borrow (time) put off – to postpone the finish – to finish the end – to complete the stop – to cease the cease – to cease the move – lift -raise- raise -raise- rise – lower -lower- go-out – go-in – cross -go- cross – go-along -go-along- follow – turn-right-left -turn right-left arrive -arrive- return – go – go -go, go come – come on foot – go on foot run – escape fly – fly ride – ride / ride be – be have – have there is – there is be present – be sufficient – be enough be absent – be empty – empty gather – add ( fill ) fill – fill fill – fill be full – be full reduce – shorten exclude – exclude spend – spend spoil – spoil remain – stay keep – hold hold – own belong – belong contain – contain march – walk walk – go run – run crawl – creep tiptoe – go on tiptoe drag – drag push – push jump – jump leap – jump (long distance) hop – jump skip – jumping hit – hit stretch – stretch, stretch lift – lift put down – stem five dive – dive lean – lean, recline sit – sit crouch – sneak squat – squat bend – bend pick up – pick up hold – keep the carry – carry slap / hit – smack (usually palm of the hand) punch – punch kick – kicking catch – catch throw – throw pull – pull Be sure to save this cheat sheet, and even better – print and hang in a prominent place. So it will be much easier for you to memorize all the verbs of action and motion. And share this information with your friends!