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    Most Common English Verbs List with Useful Examples

    Most Common English Verbs List with Useful Examples
    Source: https://7esl.com/english-verbs/
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Verb: Appear
Example: Jack appears to be tired today.
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Verb: Apply
Example: Tom applied for a leave of absence.
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Verb: Appreciate
Example: I appreciate having a trouble with his supervisor.
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Verb: Approach
Example: She approached him with a smile on her face.
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Verb: Approve
Example: I don't think Tom would approve.
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Verb: Argue
Example: I don't want to argue with you.
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Verb: Arise
Example: The problem has arisen simply because you didn't follow my instructions.
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Verb: Arrange
Example: Have you arranged to meet Mark this weekend?
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Verb: Arrive
Example: We arrived home late.
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Verb: Ask
Example: Historians frequently ask to consult the collection.
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Verb: Assume
Example: I assume Tom didn't show up.
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Verb: Assure
Example: I assure you Tom will be perfectly safe.
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Verb: Astonish
Example: I was astonished by his ignorance.
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Verb: Attach
Example: You need to attach your photo to the application form.
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Verb: Attempt
Example: Are you going to attempt to pass the exam?
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Verb: Attend
Example: She attends school at night.
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Verb: Attract
Example: Tom certainly attracted a lot of attention.
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Verb: Avoid
Example: She decided to be a nun in order to avoid meeting him.
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Verb: Awake
Example: Tom awoke at daybreak.
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Verb: Bake
Example: Tom baked some muffins.
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