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English verbs of movement and action

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English verbs of movement and action

English verbs of movement

Begin - Begin (s)
Appear - to appear
Be late - be late
Continue - continue (s)
Take - take time)
Put off - postpone
Finish - complete
End - Complete (s)
Stop - stop
Cease - to cease
Move - move (s)
Lift - lift up
Raise - lift up
Rise - to rise
Lower - lower
Go out - go out
Go in - enter
Cross - to cross
Go along - go along
Follow - to follow
Turn right / left - turn right / left
Arrive - arrive
Return - to return
Go - go, go
Come - come
Go on foot - walk
Run - to run away
Fly - to fly
Ride - ride / ride
Be - be
Have - have
There is - available
Be present - be present
Sufficient - be sufficient
Be absent - to be absent
Be empty - be empty
Gather - collect (s)
Add - add
Fill - fill
Be full To be complete
Reduce - reduce
Exclude - exclude
Spend - spend
Spoil - to spoil
Remain - stay
Keep - hold
Possess - own
Belong - belong to
Contain - contain
March Step
Walk To go
Run - to run away
Crawl - crawl
Tiptoe - to go on tiptoe
Drag - to drag
Push - pushing
Jump - to jump
Leap - jump (for a long distance)
Hop - bounce
Skip - to gallop
Hit - to beat
Stretch - stretch, stretch
Lift - lift up
Put down - put
Dive - to dive
Lean Lean
Sit - to sit
Crouch - to sneak
Squat - crouch
Bend - bend
Pick up - select
Hold - Keep
Carry - carry
Slap / hit - spank (usually with the palm of one's hand)
Punch To punch
Kick To kick
Catch - catching
Throw - to throw
Pull - to pull

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