Os 100 verbos regulares mais usados no inglês

Os 100 verbos regulares mais usados no inglês
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Veja abaixo os 100 verbos regulares mais usados no inglês, em ordem alfabética, seguidos de sua forma no passado – ou seja, acrescentados de -ED.

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Repare também nos verbos que sofrem certas modificações ao receber o -ED (por exemplo, CARRY se torna CARRIED no passado – veja todas as ‘regrinhas’ nesta página).

Entre parênteses, você vê o significado mais comum no português de cada verbo regular:

to accept (aceitar) – accepted
to achieve (alcançar, realizar) – achieved
to act (agir) – acted
to admit (admitir) – admitted
to affect (afetar) – affected
to agree (concordar) – agreed
to announce (anunciar) – announced
to answer (responder) – answered
to appear (aparecer) – appeared
to apply (aplicar) – applied
to argue (discutir) – argued
to arrive (chegar) – arrived
to ask (perguntar, pedir) – asked
to attend (comparecer) – attended
to avoid (evitar) – avoided
to believe (acreditar) – believed
to call (chamar) – called
to carry (carregar) – carried
to cause (causar) – caused
to change (mudar) – changed
to close (fechar) – closed
to compare (comparar) – compared
to consider (considerar) – considered
to contain (conter) –  contained
to continue (continuar) – continued
to count (contar) – counted
to cover (cobrir) – covered
to create (criar) – created
to dance (dançar) – danced
to decide (decidir) – decided
to define (definir) – defined
to determine (determinar) – determined
to develop (desenvolver) – developed
to die (morrer) – died
to discover (descobrir) – discovered
to enter (entrar) – entered
to exist (existir) – existed
to explain (explicar) – explained
to finish (terminar [uma atividade]) – finished
to follow (seguir) – followed
to happen (acontecer) – happened
to help (ajudar) – helped
to hope (esperar [ter esperança]) – hoped
to hug (abraçar) – hugged
to imagine (imaginar) – imagined
to improve (melhorar) – improved
to include (incluir) – included
to introduce (introduzir) – introduced
to jump (pular) – jumped
to kill (matar) – killed
to kiss (beijar) – kissed
to live (viver) – lived
to maintain (manter) – maintained
to mention (mencionar) – mentioned
to move (mover) – moved
to need (precisar) – needed
to note (notar) – noted
to notice (perceber) – noticed
to occur (ocorrer) – occurred
to offer (oferecer) – offered
to open (abrir) – opened
to pass (passar) – passed
to play (jogar) – played
to prepare (preparar) – prepared
to prevent (prevenir) – prevented
to produce (produzir) – produced
to protect (proteger) – protected
to raise (elevar) – raised
to reach (alcançar) – reached
to receive (receber) – received
to recognize (reconhecer) – recognized
to reduce (reduzir) – reduced
to remember (lembrar) – remembered
to remove (remover) – removed
to represent (representar) – represented
to respond (responder) – responded
to return (retornar) – returned
to save (salvar) – saved
to seem (parecer) – seemed
to serve (servir) – served
to share (compartilhar) – shared
to sign (assinar) – signed
to sound (soar) – sounded
to stay (ficar) – stayed
to stop (parar) – stopped
to study (estudar) – studied
to suffer (sofrer) – suffered
to support (apoiar) – supported
to touch (tocar) – touched
to travel (viajar) – travelled
to treat (tratar) – treated
to try (tentar) – tried
to use (usar) – used
to visit (visitar) – visited
to walk (andar) – walked
to want (querer) – wanted
to wash (lavar) – washed
to watch (assistir) – watched
to work (trabalhar) – worked
to worry (preocupar-se) – worried

  • Adriana de Paula says:

    Tem 98 e não 100.
    Porém muito bom o conteúdo.

  • Marilene das Graças Serafim Chaves says:

    Adorei essa lista de verbos regulares! Obrigada!

  • Zeloso McSeparado says:

    Esses verbos tão gostosos.

  • lenyleny says:

    gostei da relação desses verbos. tenho 65 anos estou fazendo english mas não posso pagar.

  • lenyleny says:

    tenho 65 anos quero fazer english mas não posso pagar

  • vitoria graciela says:

    eu nunca sei quando [e um verto regular ou irregular

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