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Verbos m�s comunes en ingl�s

Antes de comenzar con la lista de verbos m�s usados en ingl�s, queremos hacer un
peque�o alto en el camino para rememorar las clases de verbos que existen en ingl�s
y sus principales caracter�sticas:

Verbos regulares
La lista de verbos regulares es muy larga, ya que se trata de la mayor�a de los
verbos en ingl�s. Los podr�s detectar porque forman su pasado y participio
a�adiendo -ed al final, por ejemplo:

To ask / asked - preguntar


To fold / folded - doblar
To invite / invited - invitar
Verbos irregulares
Los verbos irregulares son aquellos en los que su forma cambia cuando queremos
transformarlos a otros tiempos verbales o, simplemente, no formamos pasado y
participio a�adiendo -ed al final. Es conveniente conocer bien esta lista para no
cometer errores gramaticales graves.

To begin / began / begun - empezar


To cut / cut / cut - cortar
To do / did / done - hacer
Verbos auxiliares
Los verbos auxiliares son los verbos necesarios para conjugar otros verbos y sirven
de apoyo al verbo principal. Por ejemplo:

Do / does / did
Have / has / had
Will
Would
Should
Shall

Verbos m�s usados en ingl�s: Lista


Verbos regulares
Accept - aceptar
Add - a�adir
Agree - estar de acuerdo
Answer - contestar
Apologise - pedir disculpas
Appear - aparecer
Ask - preguntar
Believe - creer
Belong - pertenecer
Call - llamar
Change - cambiar
Close - cerrar
Compare - comparar
Copy - copiar
Cry - llorar
Dance - bailar
Decide - decidir
Discover - descubrir
Dry - secar
End - terminar
Enjoy - disfrutar
Explain - explicar
Finish - acabar
Guess - adivinar
Happen - suceder
Help - ayudar
Hurry - darse prisa
Imagine - imaginar
Increase - aumentar
Include - incluir
Invite - invitar
Jump - saltar
Kill - matar
Kiss - besar
Laugh - reir
Lie - mentir
Listen - escuchar
Live - vivir
Love - amar
Move - mover
Open - abrir
Play - jugar
Produce - producir
Pull - tirar
Rain - llover
Reach - alcanzar
Remember - recordar
Return - volver
Save - ahorrar
Smile - sonre�r
Stop - parar
Talk - hablar
Touch - tocar
Thank - agradecer
Translate - traducir
Travel - viajar
Visit - visitar
Wait - esperar
Walk - caminar
Want - querer
Wash - lavar
Work - trabajar
Worry - preocuparse
Verbos irregulares
(En orden: presente, pasado y participio)

To be / was/were / been - ser


To become / became / become - convertirse en / volverse
To bite / bit / bitten - morder
To break / broke / broken - romper
To buy / bought / bought - comprar
To choose / chose / chosen - elegir
To come / came / come - venir
To cost / cost / cost - costar
To cut / cut / cut - cortar
To do / did / done - hacer
To fall / fell / fallen - caer
To feel/ felt / felt - sentir
To find / found / found - encontrar
To forget / forgot / forgotten - olvidar
To get / got / gotten - obtener
To give / gave / given - dar
To go / went / gone - ir o irse
To have / had / had - tener
To hold / held / held - sujetar
To know / knew / known - saber
To learn / learnt / learnt - aprender
To let / let / let - permitir
To lose / lost / lost - perder
To make / made / made - hacer
To meet / met / met - encontrarse
To mistake / mistook / mistaken - equivocarse
To pay / paid / paid - pagar
To put / put / put - poner
To read / read / read - leer
To say / said / said - decir
To sell / sold / sold - vender
To show / showed / shown - mostrar
To sing / sang / sung - cantar
To sleep / slept / slept - dormir
To speak / spoke / spoken - hablar
To swim / swam / swum - nadar
To take / took / taken - tomar
To teach / taught / taught - ense�ar
To tell / told / told - contar, explicar
To think / thought / thought - pensar
To understand / understood / understood - entender
To win / won / won - ganaVerbos m�s comunes en ingl�s
Antes de comenzar con la lista de verbos m�s usados en ingl�s, queremos hacer un
peque�o alto en el camino para rememorar las clases de verbos que existen en ingl�s
y sus principales caracter�sticas:

Verbos regulares
La lista de verbos regulares es muy larga, ya que se trata de la mayor�a de los
verbos en ingl�s. Los podr�s detectar porque forman su pasado y participio
a�adiendo -ed al final, por ejemplo:

To ask / asked - preguntar


To fold / folded - doblar
To invite / invited - invitar
Verbos irregulares
Los verbos irregulares son aquellos en los que su forma cambia cuando queremos
transformarlos a otros tiempos verbales o, simplemente, no formamos pasado y
participio a�adiendo -ed al final. Es conveniente conocer bien esta lista para no
cometer errores gramaticales graves.

To begin / began / begun - empezar


To cut / cut / cut - cortar
To do / did / done - hacer
Verbos auxiliares
Los verbos auxiliares son los verbos necesarios para conjugar otros verbos y sirven
de apoyo al verbo principal. Por ejemplo:

Do / does / did
Have / has / had
Will
Would
Should
Shall
Verbos m�s usados en ingl�s: Lista
Verbos regulares
Accept - aceptar
Add - a�adir
Agree - estar de acuerdo
Answer - contestar
Apologise - pedir disculpas
Appear - aparecer
Ask - preguntar
Believe - creer
Belong - pertenecer
Call - llamar
Change - cambiar
Close - cerrar
Compare - comparar
Copy - copiar
Cry - llorar
Dance - bailar
Decide - decidir
Discover - descubrir
Dry - secar
End - terminar
Enjoy - disfrutar
Explain - explicar
Finish - acabar
Guess - adivinar
Happen - suceder
Help - ayudar
Hurry - darse prisa
Imagine - imaginar
Increase - aumentar
Include - incluir
Invite - invitar
Jump - saltar
Kill - matar
Kiss - besar
Laugh - reir
Lie - mentir
Listen - escuchar
Live - vivir
Love - amar
Move - mover
Open - abrir
Play - jugar
Produce - producir
Pull - tirar
Rain - llover
Reach - alcanzar
Remember - recordar
Return - volver
Save - ahorrar
Smile - sonre�r
Stop - parar
Talk - hablar
Touch - tocar
Thank - agradecer
Translate - traducir
Travel - viajar
Visit - visitar
Wait - esperar
Walk - caminar
Want - querer
Wash - lavar
Work - trabajar
Worry - preocuparse
Verbos irregulares
(En orden: presente, pasado y participio)

To be / was/were / been - ser


To become / became / become - convertirse en / volverse
To bite / bit / bitten - morder
To break / broke / broken - romper
To buy / bought / bought - comprar
To choose / chose / chosen - elegir
To come / came / come - venir
To cost / cost / cost - costar
To cut / cut / cut - cortar
To do / did / done - hacer
To fall / fell / fallen - caer
To feel/ felt / felt - sentir
To find / found / found - encontrar
To forget / forgot / forgotten - olvidar
To get / got / gotten - obtener
To give / gave / given - dar
To go / went / gone - ir o irse
To have / had / had - tener
To hold / held / held - sujetar
To know / knew / known - saber
To learn / learnt / learnt - aprender
To let / let / let - permitir
To lose / lost / lost - perder
To make / made / made - hacer
To meet / met / met - encontrarse
To mistake / mistook / mistaken - equivocarse
To pay / paid / paid - pagar
To put / put / put - poner
To read / read / read - leer
To say / said / said - decir
To sell / sold / sold - vender
To show / showed / shown - mostrar
To sing / sang / sung - cantar
To sleep / slept / slept - dormir
To speak / spoke / spoken - hablar
To swim / swam / swum - nadar
To take / took / taken - tomar
To teach / taught / taught - ense�ar
To tell / told / told - contar, explicar
To think / thought / thought - pensar
To understand / understood / understood - entender
To win / won / won - ganaVerbos m�s comunes en ingl�s
Antes de comenzar con la lista de verbos m�s usados en ingl�s, queremos hacer un
peque�o alto en el camino para rememorar las clases de verbos que existen en ingl�s
y sus principales caracter�sticas:

Verbos regulares
La lista de verbos regulares es muy larga, ya que se trata de la mayor�a de los
verbos en ingl�s. Los podr�s detectar porque forman su pasado y participio
a�adiendo -ed al final, por ejemplo:
To ask / asked - preguntar
To fold / folded - doblar
To invite / invited - invitar
Verbos irregulares
Los verbos irregulares son aquellos en los que su forma cambia cuando queremos
transformarlos a otros tiempos verbales o, simplemente, no formamos pasado y
participio a�adiendo -ed al final. Es conveniente conocer bien esta lista para no
cometer errores gramaticales graves.

To begin / began / begun - empezar


To cut / cut / cut - cortar
To do / did / done - hacer
Verbos auxiliares
Los verbos auxiliares son los verbos necesarios para conjugar otros verbos y sirven
de apoyo al verbo principal. Por ejemplo:

Do / does / did
Have / has / had
Will
Would
Should
Shall

Verbos m�s usados en ingl�s: Lista


Verbos regulares
Accept - aceptar
Add - a�adir
Agree - estar de acuerdo
Answer - contestar
Apologise - pedir disculpas
Appear - aparecer
Ask - preguntar
Believe - creer
Belong - pertenecer
Call - llamar
Change - cambiar
Close - cerrar
Compare - comparar
Copy - copiar
Cry - llorar
Dance - bailar
Decide - decidir
Discover - descubrir
Dry - secar
End - terminar
Enjoy - disfrutar
Explain - explicar
Finish - acabar
Guess - adivinar
Happen - suceder
Help - ayudar
Hurry - darse prisa
Imagine - imaginar
Increase - aumentar
Include - incluir
Invite - invitar
Jump - saltar
Kill - matar
Kiss - besar
Laugh - reir
Lie - mentir
Listen - escuchar
Live - vivir
Love - amar
Move - mover
Open - abrir
Play - jugar
Produce - producir
Pull - tirar
Rain - llover
Reach - alcanzar
Remember - recordar
Return - volver
Save - ahorrar
Smile - sonre�r
Stop - parar
Talk - hablar
Touch - tocar
Thank - agradecer
Translate - traducir
Travel - viajar
Visit - visitar
Wait - esperar
Walk - caminar
Want - querer
Wash - lavar
Work - trabajar
Worry - preocuparse
Verbos irregulares
(En orden: presente, pasado y participio)

To be / was/were / been - ser


To become / became / become - convertirse en / volverse
To bite / bit / bitten - morder
To break / broke / broken - romper
To buy / bought / bought - comprar
To choose / chose / chosen - elegir
To come / came / come - venir
To cost / cost / cost - costar
To cut / cut / cut - cortar
To do / did / done - hacer
To fall / fell / fallen - caer
To feel/ felt / felt - sentir
To find / found / found - encontrar
To forget / forgot / forgotten - olvidar
To get / got / gotten - obtener
To give / gave / given - dar
To go / went / gone - ir o irse
To have / had / had - tener
To hold / held / held - sujetar
To know / knew / known - saber
To learn / learnt / learnt - aprender
To let / let / let - permitir
To lose / lost / lost - perder
To make / made / made - hacer
To meet / met / met - encontrarse
To mistake / mistook / mistaken - equivocarse
To pay / paid / paid - pagar
To put / put / put - poner
To read / read / read - leer
To say / said / said - decir
To sell / sold / sold - vender
To show / showed / shown - mostrar
To sing / sang / sung - cantar
To sleep / slept / slept - dormir
To speak / spoke / spoken - hablar
To swim / swam / swum - nadar
To take / took / taken - tomar
To teach / taught / taught - ense�ar
To tell / told / told - contar, explicar
To think / thought / thought - pensar
To understand / understood / understood - entender
To win / won / won - ganaVerbos m�s comunes en ingl�s
Antes de comenzar con la lista de verbos m�s usados en ingl�s, queremos hacer un
peque�o alto en el camino para rememorar las clases de verbos que existen en ingl�s
y sus principales caracter�sticas:

Verbos regulares
La lista de verbos regulares es muy larga, ya que se trata de la mayor�a de los
verbos en ingl�s. Los podr�s detectar porque forman su pasado y participio
a�adiendo -ed al final, por ejemplo:

To ask / asked - preguntar


To fold / folded - doblar
To invite / invited - invitar
Verbos irregulares
Los verbos irregulares son aquellos en los que su forma cambia cuando queremos
transformarlos a otros tiempos verbales o, simplemente, no formamos pasado y
participio a�adiendo -ed al final. Es conveniente conocer bien esta lista para no
cometer errores gramaticales graves.

To begin / began / begun - empezar


To cut / cut / cut - cortar
To do / did / done - hacer
Verbos auxiliares
Los verbos auxiliares son los verbos necesarios para conjugar otros verbos y sirven
de apoyo al verbo principal. Por ejemplo:

Do / does / did
Have / has / had
Will
Would
Should
Shall

Verbos m�s usados en ingl�s: Lista


Verbos regulares
Accept - aceptar
Add - a�adir
Agree - estar de acuerdo
Answer - contestar
Apologise - pedir disculpas
Appear - aparecer
Ask - preguntar
Believe - creer
Belong - pertenecer
Call - llamar
Change - cambiar
Close - cerrar
Compare - comparar
Copy - copiar
Cry - llorar
Dance - bailar
Decide - decidir
Discover - descubrir
Dry - secar
End - terminar
Enjoy - disfrutar
Explain - explicar
Finish - acabar
Guess - adivinar
Happen - suceder
Help - ayudar
Hurry - darse prisa
Imagine - imaginar
Increase - aumentar
Include - incluir
Invite - invitar
Jump - saltar
Kill - matar
Kiss - besar
Laugh - reir
Lie - mentir
Listen - escuchar
Live - vivir
Love - amar
Move - mover
Open - abrir
Play - jugar
Produce - producir
Pull - tirar
Rain - llover
Reach - alcanzar
Remember - recordar
Return - volver
Save - ahorrar
Smile - sonre�r
Stop - parar
Talk - hablar
Touch - tocar
Thank - agradecer
Translate - traducir
Travel - viajar
Visit - visitar
Wait - esperar
Walk - caminar
Want - querer
Wash - lavar
Work - trabajar
Worry - preocuparse
Verbos irregulares
(En orden: presente, pasado y participio)
To be / was/were / been - ser
To become / became / become - convertirse en / volverse
To bite / bit / bitten - morder
To break / broke / broken - romper
To buy / bought / bought - comprar
To choose / chose / chosen - elegir
To come / came / come - venir
To cost / cost / cost - costar
To cut / cut / cut - cortar
To do / did / done - hacer
To fall / fell / fallen - caer
To feel/ felt / felt - sentir
To find / found / found - encontrar
To forget / forgot / forgotten - olvidar
To get / got / gotten - obtener
To give / gave / given - dar
To go / went / gone - ir o irse
To have / had / had - tener
To hold / held / held - sujetar
To know / knew / known - saber
To learn / learnt / learnt - aprender
To let / let / let - permitir
To lose / lost / lost - perder
To make / made / made - hacer
To meet / met / met - encontrarse
To mistake / mistook / mistaken - equivocarse
To pay / paid / paid - pagar
To put / put / put - poner
To read / read / read - leer
To say / said / said - decir
To sell / sold / sold - vender
To show / showed / shown - mostrar
To sing / sang / sung - cantar
To sleep / slept / slept - dormir
To speak / spoke / spoken - hablar
To swim / swam / swum - nadar
To take / took / taken - tomar
To teach / taught / taught - ense�ar
To tell / told / told - contar, explicar
To think / thought / thought - pensar
To understand / understood / understood - entender
To win / won / won - ganaVerbos m�s comunes en ingl�s
Antes de comenzar con la lista de verbos m�s usados en ingl�s, queremos hacer un
peque�o alto en el camino para rememorar las clases de verbos que existen en ingl�s
y sus principales caracter�sticas:

Verbos regulares
La lista de verbos regulares es muy larga, ya que se trata de la mayor�a de los
verbos en ingl�s. Los podr�s detectar porque forman su pasado y participio
a�adiendo -ed al final, por ejemplo:

To ask / asked - preguntar


To fold / folded - doblar
To invite / invited - invitar
Verbos irregulares
Los verbos irregulares son aquellos en los que su forma cambia cuando queremos
transformarlos a otros tiempos verbales o, simplemente, no formamos pasado y
participio a�adiendo -ed al final. Es conveniente conocer bien esta lista para no
cometer errores gramaticales graves.
To begin / began / begun - empezar
To cut / cut / cut - cortar
To do / did / done - hacer
Verbos auxiliares
Los verbos auxiliares son los verbos necesarios para conjugar otros verbos y sirven
de apoyo al verbo principal. Por ejemplo:

Do / does / did
Have / has / had
Will
Would
Should
Shall

Verbos m�s usados en ingl�s: Lista


Verbos regulares
Accept - aceptar
Add - a�adir
Agree - estar de acuerdo
Answer - contestar
Apologise - pedir disculpas
Appear - aparecer
Ask - preguntar
Believe - creer
Belong - pertenecer
Call - llamar
Change - cambiar
Close - cerrar
Compare - comparar
Copy - copiar
Cry - llorar
Dance - bailar
Decide - decidir
Discover - descubrir
Dry - secar
End - terminar
Enjoy - disfrutar
Explain - explicar
Finish - acabar
Guess - adivinar
Happen - suceder
Help - ayudar
Hurry - darse prisa
Imagine - imaginar
Increase - aumentar
Include - incluir
Invite - invitar
Jump - saltar
Kill - matar
Kiss - besar
Laugh - reir
Lie - mentir
Listen - escuchar
Live - vivir
Love - amar
Move - mover
Open - abrir
Play - jugar
Produce - producir
Pull - tirar
Rain - llover
Reach - alcanzar
Remember - recordar
Return - volver
Save - ahorrar
Smile - sonre�r
Stop - parar
Talk - hablar
Touch - tocar
Thank - agradecer
Translate - traducir
Travel - viajar
Visit - visitar
Wait - esperar
Walk - caminar
Want - querer
Wash - lavar
Work - trabajar
Worry - preocuparse
Verbos irregulares
(En orden: presente, pasado y participio)

To be / was/were / been - ser


To become / became / become - convertirse en / volverse
To bite / bit / bitten - morder
To break / broke / broken - romper
To buy / bought / bought - comprar
To choose / chose / chosen - elegir
To come / came / come - venir
To cost / cost / cost - costar
To cut / cut / cut - cortar
To do / did / done - hacer
To fall / fell / fallen - caer
To feel/ felt / felt - sentir
To find / found / found - encontrar
To forget / forgot / forgotten - olvidar
To get / got / gotten - obtener
To give / gave / given - dar
To go / went / gone - ir o irse
To have / had / had - tener
To hold / held / held - sujetar
To know / knew / known - saber
To learn / learnt / learnt - aprender
To let / let / let - permitir
To lose / lost / lost - perder
To make / made / made - hacer
To meet / met / met - encontrarse
To mistake / mistook / mistaken - equivocarse
To pay / paid / paid - pagar
To put / put / put - poner
To read / read / read - leer
To say / said / said - decir
To sell / sold / sold - vender
To show / showed / shown - mostrar
To sing / sang / sung - cantar
To sleep / slept / slept - dormir
To speak / spoke / spoken - hablar
To swim / swam / swum - nadar
To take / took / taken - tomar
To teach / taught / taught - ense�ar
To tell / told / told - contar, explicar
To think / thought / thought - pensar
To understand / understood / understood - entender
To win / won / won - ganaVerbos m�s comunes en ingl�s
Antes de comenzar con la lista de verbos m�s usados en ingl�s, queremos hacer un
peque�o alto en el camino para rememorar las clases de verbos que existen en ingl�s
y sus principales caracter�sticas:

Verbos regulares
La lista de verbos regulares es muy larga, ya que se trata de la mayor�a de los
verbos en ingl�s. Los podr�s detectar porque forman su pasado y participio
a�adiendo -ed al final, por ejemplo:

To ask / asked - preguntar


To fold / folded - doblar
To invite / invited - invitar
Verbos irregulares
Los verbos irregulares son aquellos en los que su forma cambia cuando queremos
transformarlos a otros tiempos verbales o, simplemente, no formamos pasado y
participio a�adiendo -ed al final. Es conveniente conocer bien esta lista para no
cometer errores gramaticales graves.

To begin / began / begun - empezar


To cut / cut / cut - cortar
To do / did / done - hacer
Verbos auxiliares
Los verbos auxiliares son los verbos necesarios para conjugar otros verbos y sirven
de apoyo al verbo principal. Por ejemplo:

Do / does / did
Have / has / had
Will
Would
Should
Shall

Verbos m�s usados en ingl�s: Lista


Verbos regulares
Accept - aceptar
Add - a�adir
Agree - estar de acuerdo
Answer - contestar
Apologise - pedir disculpas
Appear - aparecer
Ask - preguntar
Believe - creer
Belong - pertenecer
Call - llamar
Change - cambiar
Close - cerrar
Compare - comparar
Copy - copiar
Cry - llorar
Dance - bailar
Decide - decidir
Discover - descubrir
Dry - secar
End - terminar
Enjoy - disfrutar
Explain - explicar
Finish - acabar
Guess - adivinar
Happen - suceder
Help - ayudar
Hurry - darse prisa
Imagine - imaginar
Increase - aumentar
Include - incluir
Invite - invitar
Jump - saltar
Kill - matar
Kiss - besar
Laugh - reir
Lie - mentir
Listen - escuchar
Live - vivir
Love - amar
Move - mover
Open - abrir
Play - jugar
Produce - producir
Pull - tirar
Rain - llover
Reach - alcanzar
Remember - recordar
Return - volver
Save - ahorrar
Smile - sonre�r
Stop - parar
Talk - hablar
Touch - tocar
Thank - agradecer
Translate - traducir
Travel - viajar
Visit - visitar
Wait - esperar
Walk - caminar
Want - querer
Wash - lavar
Work - trabajar
Worry - preocuparse
Verbos irregulares
(En orden: presente, pasado y participio)

To be / was/were / been - ser


To become / became / become - convertirse en / volverse
To bite / bit / bitten - morder
To break / broke / broken - romper
To buy / bought / bought - comprar
To choose / chose / chosen - elegir
To come / came / come - venir
To cost / cost / cost - costar
To cut / cut / cut - cortar
To do / did / done - hacer
To fall / fell / fallen - caer
To feel/ felt / felt - sentir
To find / found / found - encontrar
To forget / forgot / forgotten - olvidar
To get / got / gotten - obtener
To give / gave / given - dar
To go / went / gone - ir o irse
To have / had / had - tener
To hold / held / held - sujetar
To know / knew / known - saber
To learn / learnt / learnt - aprender
To let / let / let - permitir
To lose / lost / lost - perder
To make / made / made - hacer
To meet / met / met - encontrarse
To mistake / mistook / mistaken - equivocarse
To pay / paid / paid - pagar
To put / put / put - poner
To read / read / read - leer
To say / said / said - decir
To sell / sold / sold - vender
To show / showed / shown - mostrar
To sing / sang / sung - cantar
To sleep / slept / slept - dormir
To speak / spoke / spoken - hablar
To swim / swam / swum - nadar
To take / took / taken - tomar
To teach / taught / taught - ense�ar
To tell / told / told - contar, explicar
To think / thought / thought - pensar
To understand / understood / understood - entender
To win / won / won - ganaVerbos m�s comunes en ingl�s
Antes de comenzar con la lista de verbos m�s usados en ingl�s, queremos hacer un
peque�o alto en el camino para rememorar las clases de verbos que existen en ingl�s
y sus principales caracter�sticas:

Verbos regulares
La lista de verbos regulares es muy larga, ya que se trata de la mayor�a de los
verbos en ingl�s. Los podr�s detectar porque forman su pasado y participio
a�adiendo -ed al final, por ejemplo:

To ask / asked - preguntar


To fold / folded - doblar
To invite / invited - invitar
Verbos irregulares
Los verbos irregulares son aquellos en los que su forma cambia cuando queremos
transformarlos a otros tiempos verbales o, simplemente, no formamos pasado y
participio a�adiendo -ed al final. Es conveniente conocer bien esta lista para no
cometer errores gramaticales graves.

To begin / began / begun - empezar


To cut / cut / cut - cortar
To do / did / done - hacer
Verbos auxiliares
Los verbos auxiliares son los verbos necesarios para conjugar otros verbos y sirven
de apoyo al verbo principal. Por ejemplo:

Do / does / did
Have / has / had
Will
Would
Should
Shall

Verbos m�s usados en ingl�s: Lista


Verbos regulares
Accept - aceptar
Add - a�adir
Agree - estar de acuerdo
Answer - contestar
Apologise - pedir disculpas
Appear - aparecer
Ask - preguntar
Believe - creer
Belong - pertenecer
Call - llamar
Change - cambiar
Close - cerrar
Compare - comparar
Copy - copiar
Cry - llorar
Dance - bailar
Decide - decidir
Discover - descubrir
Dry - secar
End - terminar
Enjoy - disfrutar
Explain - explicar
Finish - acabar
Guess - adivinar
Happen - suceder
Help - ayudar
Hurry - darse prisa
Imagine - imaginar
Increase - aumentar
Include - incluir
Invite - invitar
Jump - saltar
Kill - matar
Kiss - besar
Laugh - reir
Lie - mentir
Listen - escuchar
Live - vivir
Love - amar
Move - mover
Open - abrir
Play - jugar
Produce - producir
Pull - tirar
Rain - llover
Reach - alcanzar
Remember - recordar
Return - volver
Save - ahorrar
Smile - sonre�r
Stop - parar
Talk - hablar
Touch - tocar
Thank - agradecer
Translate - traducir
Travel - viajar
Visit - visitar
Wait - esperar
Walk - caminar
Want - querer
Wash - lavar
Work - trabajar
Worry - preocuparse
Verbos irregulares
(En orden: presente, pasado y participio)

To be / was/were / been - ser


To become / became / become - convertirse en / volverse
To bite / bit / bitten - morder
To break / broke / broken - romper
To buy / bought / bought - comprar
To choose / chose / chosen - elegir
To come / came / come - venir
To cost / cost / cost - costar
To cut / cut / cut - cortar
To do / did / done - hacer
To fall / fell / fallen - caer
To feel/ felt / felt - sentir
To find / found / found - encontrar
To forget / forgot / forgotten - olvidar
To get / got / gotten - obtener
To give / gave / given - dar
To go / went / gone - ir o irse
To have / had / had - tener
To hold / held / held - sujetar
To know / knew / known - saber
To learn / learnt / learnt - aprender
To let / let / let - permitir
To lose / lost / lost - perder
To make / made / made - hacer
To meet / met / met - encontrarse
To mistake / mistook / mistaken - equivocarse
To pay / paid / paid - pagar
To put / put / put - poner
To read / read / read - leer
To say / said / said - decir
To sell / sold / sold - vender
To show / showed / shown - mostrar
To sing / sang / sung - cantar
To sleep / slept / slept - dormir
To speak / spoke / spoken - hablar
To swim / swam / swum - nadar
To take / took / taken - tomar
To teach / taught / taught - ense�ar
To tell / told / told - contar, explicar
To think / thought / thought - pensar
To understand / understood / understood - entender
To win / won / won - ganaVerbos m�s comunes en ingl�s
Antes de comenzar con la lista de verbos m�s usados en ingl�s, queremos hacer un
peque�o alto en el camino para rememorar las clases de verbos que existen en ingl�s
y sus principales caracter�sticas:

Verbos regulares
La lista de verbos regulares es muy larga, ya que se trata de la mayor�a de los
verbos en ingl�s. Los podr�s detectar porque forman su pasado y participio
a�adiendo -ed al final, por ejemplo:

To ask / asked - preguntar


To fold / folded - doblar
To invite / invited - invitar
Verbos irregulares
Los verbos irregulares son aquellos en los que su forma cambia cuando queremos
transformarlos a otros tiempos verbales o, simplemente, no formamos pasado y
participio a�adiendo -ed al final. Es conveniente conocer bien esta lista para no
cometer errores gramaticales graves.

To begin / began / begun - empezar


To cut / cut / cut - cortar
To do / did / done - hacer
Verbos auxiliares
Los verbos auxiliares son los verbos necesarios para conjugar otros verbos y sirven
de apoyo al verbo principal. Por ejemplo:

Do / does / did
Have / has / had
Will
Would
Should
Shall

Verbos m�s usados en ingl�s: Lista


Verbos regulares
Accept - aceptar
Add - a�adir
Agree - estar de acuerdo
Answer - contestar
Apologise - pedir disculpas
Appear - aparecer
Ask - preguntar
Believe - creer
Belong - pertenecer
Call - llamar
Change - cambiar
Close - cerrar
Compare - comparar
Copy - copiar
Cry - llorar
Dance - bailar
Decide - decidir
Discover - descubrir
Dry - secar
End - terminar
Enjoy - disfrutar
Explain - explicar
Finish - acabar
Guess - adivinar
Happen - suceder
Help - ayudar
Hurry - darse prisa
Imagine - imaginar
Increase - aumentar
Include - incluir
Invite - invitar
Jump - saltar
Kill - matar
Kiss - besar
Laugh - reir
Lie - mentir
Listen - escuchar
Live - vivir
Love - amar
Move - mover
Open - abrir
Play - jugar
Produce - producir
Pull - tirar
Rain - llover
Reach - alcanzar
Remember - recordar
Return - volver
Save - ahorrar
Smile - sonre�r
Stop - parar
Talk - hablar
Touch - tocar
Thank - agradecer
Translate - traducir
Travel - viajar
Visit - visitar
Wait - esperar
Walk - caminar
Want - querer
Wash - lavar
Work - trabajar
Worry - preocuparse
Verbos irregulares
(En orden: presente, pasado y participio)

To be / was/were / been - ser


To become / became / become - convertirse en / volverse
To bite / bit / bitten - morder
To break / broke / broken - romper
To buy / bought / bought - comprar
To choose / chose / chosen - elegir
To come / came / come - venir
To cost / cost / cost - costar
To cut / cut / cut - cortar
To do / did / done - hacer
To fall / fell / fallen - caer
To feel/ felt / felt - sentir
To find / found / found - encontrar
To forget / forgot / forgotten - olvidar
To get / got / gotten - obtener
To give / gave / given - dar
To go / went / gone - ir o irse
To have / had / had - tener
To hold / held / held - sujetar
To know / knew / known - saber
To learn / learnt / learnt - aprender
To let / let / let - permitir
To lose / lost / lost - perder
To make / made / made - hacer
To meet / met / met - encontrarse
To mistake / mistook / mistaken - equivocarse
To pay / paid / paid - pagar
To put / put / put - poner
To read / read / read - leer
To say / said / said - decir
To sell / sold / sold - vender
To show / showed / shown - mostrar
To sing / sang / sung - cantar
To sleep / slept / slept - dormir
To speak / spoke / spoken - hablar
To swim / swam / swum - nadar
To take / took / taken - tomar
To teach / taught / taught - ense�ar
To tell / told / told - contar, explicar
To think / thought / thought - pensar
To understand / understood / understood - entender
To win / won / won - gana