Some less common verbs today like ‘peck’ and ‘reach’ .
A bird pecks at its food.
A kiss on the cheek is called ‘a peck’
You must reach for the moon if you want to succeed.
I can’t reach the box because it is too high.
Getting an A* in English is within your reach.
We / they reached
Please take this letter to the Post Office for me.
Take it to the cashier.
I am going to take the dog for a walk.
You must take your turn in the queue.
I am in the play at the theatre.
Will you play a game with me?
Stop playing with your food.
He is playing football tomorrow.
I’m going for a ride on my bike.
She is riding her bicycles.
He is at the Riding Stables.
I want to go on the swings.
She is swinging very high.
It was a really cool swinging party.
The swinging 60’s
We /They swung
Present: I am playing
You/she/he. Is playing
They/we Are playing.