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- Survive – continue to live or exist in spite of danger. – He survived the accident.
- Grow – increase in size or amount. – Children grow so fast!
- Decrease – make or become smaller in size or amount. – Sales have decreased this year.
- Increase – make or become greater in size or amount. – The population continues to increase.
- Develop – grow or cause to grow and become larger or advanced. – They plan to develop the waterfront.
- Produce – make or manufacture. – The farm produces fresh vegetables.
- Create – bring something into existence. – She likes to create art.
- Destroy – put an end to; ruin. – The hurricane could destroy the coastline.
- Maintain – cause or enable to continue. – He maintains a healthy lifestyle.
- Support – uphold or hold up; be in favor of. – I support your decision.
- Oppose – be against; disapprove of. – He opposes the new policy.
- Buy – obtain in exchange for payment. – I will buy a new dress for the party.
- Sell – give or hand over in exchange for money. – She sells homemade candles.
- Own – have as belonging to oneself. – They own a small business.
- Possess – have as belonging to oneself; control. – She possesses great talent.
- Care – feel interest or concern. – She cares deeply about the environment.
- Neglect – fail to care for or pay attention to. – Don’t neglect your responsibilities.
- Love – feel deep affection or passion for. – I love my family.
- Hate – feel intense dislike for. – I hate waking up early.
- Like – find pleasant or attractive. – I like chocolate.
- Dislike – find unpleasant or unattractive. – He dislikes broccoli.
- Prefer – like more than another. – I prefer coffee over tea.
- Admire – regard with respect or approval. – I admire her dedication.
- Disapprove – consider bad or wrong. – Parents might disapprove of the movie.
- Respect – regard with admiration due to their abilities. – You should respect your elders.
- Ignore – refuse to consider; neglect. – She chose to ignore the rude comment.
- Notice – observe or acknowledge. – Did you notice the change?
- Respond – say something in reply. – He didn’t respond to my message.
- Reply – say something in response. – Please reply to the email.
- Answer – say or write as a reaction to a question. – She couldn’t answer the riddle.
- Question – ask in order to get an answer. – The detective will question the witness.
- Doubt – feel uncertain about. – I doubt his sincerity.
- Believe – accept as true. – I believe in magic.
- Trust – believe in the reliability of. – It’s hard for him to trust anyone.
- Betray – be disloyal to. – He felt betrayed by his friend’s actions.
- Serve – perform duties or services for. – She serves her community.
- Lead – guide or show the way. – She will lead the meeting today.
- Follow – come after in sequence or order. – Please follow the instructions.
- Participate – take part in. – I’ll participate in the workshop.
- Compete – strive to gain or win something. – He will compete in the race.
- Win – be successful in a contest. – She hopes to win the game.
- Lose – be defeated in a contest. – They didn’t want to lose the match.
- Train – prepare or teach for a particular purpose. – She trains for marathons.
- Practice – perform regularly to improve. – I practice guitar daily.
- Perform – carry out a task or action. – The musician will perform tonight.
- Achieve – reach by effort. – She wants to achieve her goals.
- Fail – be unsuccessful in an endeavor. – If you don’t study, you might fail.
- Succeed – achieve a desired result. – With determination, you can succeed.
- Begin – start a task or action. – She begins her day with a cup of tea.
- Complete – finish making or doing. – He completed the project on time.
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- Endure – suffer through, tolerate. – He had to endure great pain to recover.
- Challenge – invite to a contest; dispute the truth. – He challenged the decision.
- Risk – expose to the chance of loss. – He doesn’t like to risk his money in investments.
- Solve – find an answer to. – She can solve the puzzle in minutes.
- Resolve – decide upon a course of action. – They resolved their differences.
- Wonder – desire to know something. – I wonder if it will rain.
- Imagine – form a mental picture of. – Imagine a world without poverty.
- Wish – desire for something to happen. – I wish for good health.
- Offer – present for acceptance. – He offered help when I was in need.
- Refuse – decline to accept. – She refused the offer.
- Accept – receive willingly. – He accepted the invitation.
- Deny – refuse to admit the truth. – She denied the allegations.
- Admit – confess to be true. – He admitted his mistake.
- Confess – admit guilt. – She confessed her feelings.
- Apologize – say sorry for wrongdoing. – He apologized for being late.
- Forgive – stop feeling resentment. – She forgave him for forgetting the date.
- Blame – assign fault to. – Don’t blame others for your mistakes.
- Celebrate – observe a festive occasion. – They celebrate their anniversary every year.
- Regret – feel sad about something done or undone. – I regret not visiting my grandmother more often.
- Cry – shed tears. – She cried at the end of the movie.
- Laugh – express happiness through sound and movement. – They laugh together all the time.
- Smile – express pleasure with the mouth’s corners turned up. – Her smile is infectious.
- Sigh – emit a long deep breath. – He sighed in relief.
- Whisper – speak very softly. – She whispered a secret in my ear.
- Shout – speak loudly. – Don’t shout at me!
- Claim – assert something as true. – She claims she saw a UFO.
- Argue – give reasons against something. – They argue about politics.
- Discuss – talk about with another. – Let’s discuss our plans.
- Explain – make clear. – Can you explain the process?
- Inquire – ask for information. – He inquired about the price.
- Indicate – point out. – The signs indicate the exit.
- Suggest – put forward for consideration. – She suggests going to the beach.
- Recommend – suggest as being suitable. – I recommend this restaurant.
- Warn – inform of danger. – She warned him about the storm.
- Advise – give counsel. – He advised her to save money.
- Tease – make fun of. – Don’t tease your younger brother.
- Praise – express approval of. – She praised him for his effort.
- Criticize – indicate faults of. – They criticize him for being late.
- Complain – express dissatisfaction. – She complains about the weather.
- Argue – give reasons for or against. – They argue every day.
- Agree – have the same opinion. – We agree on most topics.
- Disagree – have a different opinion. – They disagree on many things.
- Promise – give one’s word. – I promise to help you.
- Predict – say in advance. – He predicts rain tomorrow.
- Decide – make a choice. – They decided to move.
- Choose – select from alternatives. – Choose your favorite color.
- Select – carefully choose as being the best. – She selected a dress for the event.
- Reject – dismiss as inadequate. – He rejected the first proposal.
- Approve – believe something is good or acceptable. – The manager approved the budget.
- Decline – politely refuse. – She declined the offer.
And there you have it! 500 basic verbs, with meanings and sentences. I hope this list helps you in whatever endeavor you’re undertaking! If you have any more questions or need further details, let me know!
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