Los 50 Verbos Más Usados en Inglés

Muchas personas que están aprendiendo inglés prefieren comenzar por entender y manejar lo que más necesitarán para comunicarse de manera efectiva en determinadas circunstancias. Para este tipo de personas conocer los verbos más usados en inglés es la vía más fácil y rápida de iniciar el proceso de aprendizaje.

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  1. 50 De los verbos más usados en inglés
    1. 1. Ask – Preguntar
    2. 2. Be – Ser
    3. 3. Become – Volverse
    4. 4. Begin / Begins – Comenzar
    5. 5. Call / Calls– Llamar
    6. 6. Can – Poder
    7. 7. Come / Comes – Venir
    8. 8. Cry / Cries - Llorar
    9. 9. Do / Does – Hacer
    10. 10. Feel / Feels – Sentir
    11. 11. Find – Encontrar
    12. 12. Get / Gets – Obtener
    13. 13. Give / Gives – Dar
    14. 14. Go / Goes – Ir
    15. 15. Have / Has – Tener
    16. 16. Hear / Hears – Escuchar
    17. 17. Help / Helps – Ayudar
    18. 18. Keep / keeps – Mantener
    19. 19. Know / Knows – Saber
    20. 20. Leave / Leaves – Dejar
    21. 21. Let – Dejar / Permitir
    22. 22. Like / Likes – Gustar
    23. 23. Live / Lives – Vivir
    24. 24. Look / Looks – Mirar, buscar
    25. 25. Make – Hacer
    26. 26. Marry – Casarse
    27. 27. Mean / Means – Significar
    28. 28. Might – Podría
    29. 29. Move – Mover / Mudarse
    30. 30. Need / Needs – Necesitar
    31. 31. Play – Jugar
    32. 32. Put / Puts- Poner
    33. 33. Run / Runs – Correr
    34. 34. Save – Salvar / Guardar
    35. 35. Say / Says – Decir
    36. 36. See / Sees – Ver
    37. 37. Seem / Seems – Parecer
    38. 38. Show / Shows– Mostrar
    39. 39. Start – Comenzar
    40. 40. Take / Takes – Tomar
    41. 41. Talk / Talks – Hablar
    42. 42. Tell – Decir
    43. 43. Think / Thinks – Pensar
    44. 44. Try / Tries – Intentar
    45. 45. Turn / Turns – Girar / Convertir
    46. 46. Use / Uses – Usar
    47. 47. Want / Wants – Querer
    48. 48. Wait / Waits – Esperar
    49. 49. Work / Works – Trabajar
    50. 50. Write / Writes – Escribir

50 De los verbos más usados en inglés

Los Verbos Más Usados en InglésEsta lista que preparamos para ti muestra 50 de los verbos más usados en inglés en orden alfabético. Comprender cómo usar estos verbos es una prioridad para cualquier estudiante de inglés.

Dominar los verbos es la piedra angular de un vocabulario sólido en inglés porque te permite describir acciones y estados del ser. Los verbos son palabras de vocabulario poderosas porque se pueden conjugar para discutir el pasado o el futuro, situaciones o posibilidades hipotéticas.

Incluso con solo 50 verbos comunes bajo tu manga, así como algunos otros tipos de palabras, puedes comunicar muchas cosas en inglés.

Lo que haremos será mostrarte cada uno de los verbos junto a su traducción al español, los diferentes tiempos verbales y algunos ejemplos útiles:

1. Ask – Preguntar

  • Pasado simple: asked
  • Participio pasado: asked

Ejemplos:

  • I want to ask you a question
  • He asked me if I wanted to go on a date
  • She had asked the professor if he was coming to class

2. Be – Ser

  • Pasado simple: was / were
  • Participio pasado: been

Ejemplos:

  • Anne wants to be a teacher
  • He was married before
  • She had been robbed

3. Become – Volverse

  • Pasado simple: became
  • Participio pasado: become

Ejemplos:

  • She wants to become a nurse
  • Adam became her boyfriend
  • He had become an angry man

4. Begin / Begins – Comenzar

  • Pasado simple: began
  • Participio pasado: begun

Ejemplos:

  • I´m about to begin cooking
  • When she begins talking she never stops
  • He began taking dance lessons
  • She had begun to grow careless

5. Call / Calls– Llamar

  • Pasado simple: called
  • Participio pasado: called

Ejemplos:

  • I'm about to call Lisa
  • Karl calls me every night
  • She called me back right away
  • He had called but I wasn't home

6. Can – Poder

  • Pasado simple: could
  • Participio pasado: no tiene

Ejemplos:

  • Dean says he can do that
  • I told her I could go on Saturday

7. Come / Comes – Venir

  • Pasado simple: came
  • Participio pasado: come

Ejemplos:

  • I wanted to come home early
  • Elise calls home every saturday
  • Sheila came back late last night
  • Alexa had come up with the right answer

8. Cry / Cries - Llorar

  • Pasado simple: cried
  • Participio pasado: cried

Ejemplos:

  • I cry for everything
  • Gaby cries in every wedding
  • We cried a lot that day
  • He had cried so much his nose was all red

9. Do / Does – Hacer

  • Pasado simple: did
  • Participio pasado: done

Ejemplos:

  • What I want to do is go to the beach
  • Alice does her homework in her room
  • She did the unthinkable
  • He regretted what he had done in the past

10. Feel / Feels – Sentir

  • Pasado simple: felt
  • Participio pasado: felt

Ejemplos:

  • I feel much better today
  • She feels a little sad
  • Shane felt bad about it
  • They had never felto so good

11. Find – Encontrar

  • Pasado simple: found
  • Participio pasado: found

Ejemplos:

  • She wants to find a new boyfriend
  • I found a lot of bargains at the store
  • He had found the classic car he wanted

12. Get / Gets – Obtener

  • Pasado simple: got
  • Participio pasado: got / gotten

Ejemplos:

  • Alice wants to get a new job
  • He always gets what he wants
  • Richard got the flu on his trip
  • She said I had gotten the house cheaper

13. Give / Gives – Dar

  • Pasado simple: gave
  • Participio pasado: given

Ejemplos:

  • I want to give you a present
  • My mom gives the best hugs
  • He gave her a diamond necklace
  • She had given him the warnings

14. Go / Goes – Ir

  • Pasado simple: went
  • Participio pasado: gone

Ejemplos:

  • Mary wants to go to her grandma's house
  • Joshua goes to the gym on Mondays
  • We went to the beach last weekend
  • He said she had gone earlier that day

15. Have / Has – Tener

  • Pasado simple: had
  • Participio pasado: had

Ejemplos:

  • I have such a bad luck
  • He has a bigger house
  • Tommy had a red bike
  • According to him, she had had a bad night

16. Hear / Hears – Escuchar

  • Pasado simple: heard
  • Participio pasado: Heard

Ejemplos:

  • He can´t hear you
  • She hears voices
  • I heard the dogs barking last night
  • He had heard her but didn´t answer

17. Help / Helps – Ayudar

  • Pasado simple: helped
  • Participio pasado: helped

Ejemplos:

  • Tonya really wants to help
  • My daughter helps a lot around the house
  • He helped her with the bags
  • She had helped him find a new home

18. Keep / keeps – Mantener

  • Pasado simple: kept
  • Participio pasado: kept

Ejemplos:

  • We keep the dogs outside
  • She keeps her house clean
  • I kept quiet all that time
  • He had kept her hidden for days

19. Know / Knows – Saber

  • Pasado simple: knew
  • Participio pasado: known

Ejemplos:

  • The know how to do the job
  • He knows the truth
  • I knew he would be late
  • We had known each other for years

20. Leave / Leaves – Dejar

  • Pasado simple: left
  • Participio pasado: left

Ejemplos:

  • Sandra wants to leave school earlier
  • She leaves a mess in the kitchen
  • I left my jacket at his house
  • He remembered he had left town that weekend

21. Let – Dejar / Permitir

  • Pasado simple: let
  • Participio pasado: let

Ejemplos:

  • Let him stay tonight
  • I let him drive my car yesterday
  • He had let her move out

22. Like / Likes – Gustar

  • Pasado simple: liked
  • Participio pasado: liked

Ejemplos:

  • I like eating pizza
  • She likes buying new shoes
  • He really liked her as his sister in law
  • She hadn't liked the cabin

23. Live / Lives – Vivir

  • Pasado simple: lived
  • Participio pasado: lived

Ejemplos:

  • We live nearby
  • Rose lives next door
  • They lived together before
  • She said she had lived in Germany

24. Look / Looks – Mirar, buscar

  • Pasado simple: looked
  • Participio pasado: looked

Ejemplos:

  • I look like a crazy person today
  • She looks very good
  • He looked amazed
  • Jonah had looked for her all day

25. Make – Hacer

  • Pasado simple: made
  • Participio pasado: made

Ejemplos:

  • The girls want to make cookies
  • We made a mess in the house
  • He had made a desperate call to his dad

26. Marry – Casarse

  • Pasado simple: married
  • Participio pasado: married

Ejemplos:

  • We want to marry in April
  • They were married once before
  • He had married the love of his life

27. Mean / Means – Significar

  • Pasado simple: meant
  • Participio pasado: meant

Ejemplos:

  • I don´t know what it means
  • He meant what he said
  • That was not what she had meant

28. Might – Podría

  • Pasado simple: might have
  • Participio pasado: no tiene

Ejemplos:

  • Allison might come today
  • He said he might go to your house

29. Move – Mover / Mudarse

  • Pasado simple: moved
  • Participio pasado: moved

Ejemplos:

  • Please move over to the side
  • I want to move out of my parent´s house
  • She moved to North Carolina
  • The had moved all of the furniture

30. Need / Needs – Necesitar

  • Pasado simple: needed
  • Participio pasado: needed

Ejemplos:

  • We need to repaint the house
  • Rhonda needs to go to the hospital
  • I needed to pack my bags
  • He had needed surgery

31. Play – Jugar

  • Pasado simple: played
  • Participio pasado: played

Ejemplos:

  • He wants to lay football
  • We played monopoly all night
  • He had played rugby in England

32. Put / Puts- Poner

  • Pasado simple: Put
  • Participio pasado: put

Ejemplos:

  • Amanda put on her Green dress
  • I put the keys here this morning
  • He had put all of his trust in her

33. Run / Runs – Correr

  • Pasado simple: ran
  • Participio pasado: run

Ejemplos:

  • I run every morning
  • She runs her errands in her bike
  • We ran the entire marathon
  • They had run the race twice before

34. Save – Salvar / Guardar

  • Pasado simple: saved
  • Participio pasado: saved

Ejemplos:

  • He wants to save his marriage
  • She saved some time for this
  • He had saved some money

35. Say / Says – Decir

  • Pasado simple: said
  • Participio pasado: said

Ejemplos:

  • We don´t say bad words
  • He says it was an accident
  • They said she was late again
  • I didn´t believe what she had said

36. See / Sees – Ver

  • Pasado simple: saw
  • Participio pasado: seen

Ejemplos:

  • I see what you mean
  • He sees me from his window
  • We saw our cousins on the holydays
  • They had seen me but I didn't see them

37. Seem / Seems – Parecer

  • Pasado simple: seemed
  • Participio pasado: seemed

Ejemplos:

  • You never seem to study for the exams
  • Everything seemed better
  • She said I had seemed grumpy

38. Show / Shows– Mostrar

  • Pasado simple: showed
  • Participio pasado: shown

Ejemplos:

  • I want to show you my wedding dress
  • She always shows more than what she should
  • Alan showed me his new car
  • Vicky had shown him her beach house

39. Start – Comenzar

  • Pasado simple: started
  • Participio pasado: started

Ejemplos:

  • I want to start exercising more
  • Lisa started her guitar lessons
  • He had started to have an affair

40. Take / Takes – Tomar

  • Pasado simple: took
  • Participio pasado taken:

Ejemplos:

  • I take my dog to the park every afternoon
  • Luis takes his kids to school
  • We took the wrong train
  • I had taken a very bad decision

41. Talk / Talks – Hablar

  • Pasado simple: talked
  • Participio pasado: talked

Ejemplos:

  • We talk about many things
  • He talks a lot about baseball
  • I talked to him on the phone
  • Karla had talked to him earlier

42. Tell – Decir

  • Pasado simple: told
  • Participio pasado: told

Ejemplos:

  • I need to tell you something important
  • Peter told me the truth
  • They had told a big lie

43. Think / Thinks – Pensar

  • Pasado simple: thought
  • Participio pasado: thought

Ejemplos:

  • We think this is the best decision
  • Albert thinks this house is too big
  • I thought about it
  • The boys had thought it was a good idea

44. Try / Tries – Intentar

  • Pasado simple: tried
  • Participio pasado: tried

Ejemplos:

  • We want to try to finish school earlier
  • Carlos tries really hard to keep his room clean
  • My sister tried to throw me a surprise party
  • He had tried to run him over

45. Turn / Turns – Girar / Convertir

  • Pasado simple: turned
  • Participio pasado: turned

Ejemplos:

  • You have to turn right at the next corner
  • She turns into a mad person when she´s hungry
  • We turned around and left
  • They had turned away from the problem

46. Use / Uses – Usar

  • Pasado simple: used
  • Participio pasado: used

Ejemplos:

  • We use only natural cleaners at home
  • Nancy uses high heels every day
  • I used your curling iron last night
  • My brother had used her car before

47. Want / Wants – Querer

  • Pasado simple: wanted
  • Participio pasado: wanted

Ejemplos:

  • My kids want to have a pool
  • Eric wants a new TV
  • I wanted to go home
  • We had wanted to take the puppy right away

48. Wait / Waits – Esperar

  • Pasado simple: waited
  • Participio pasado: waited

Ejemplos:

  • We just can´t wait to meet you
  • She waits to hear his voice
  • I waited for 15 minutes and then I left
  • He had waited too long for her

49. Work / Works – Trabajar

  • Pasado simple: worked
  • Participio pasado: worked

Ejemplos:

  • I work 40 hours a week
  • Freddy works really hard on the weekends
  • She worked with me last year
  • They had worked together for many years

50. Write / Writes – Escribir

  • Pasado simple: wrote
  • Participio pasado: written

Ejemplos:

  • We always write Christmas wishes
  • He writes children´s books
  • ina wrote her dad a letter
  • Sean said he had written several times

Con esta lista de los verbos más usados en inglés puedes comenzar a tener comunicaciones efectivas. Además de mostrarte los verbos, hemos querido mostrarte diferentes tiempos verbales y cómo los verbos pueden o no cambiar dependiendo de estos así como ejemplos de su uso.

Estudia esta lista de los verbos más usados en inglés y comienza a comunicarte correctamente tanto por escrito como de manera oral.

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