Learn more Verbs. Breakfast English

Some less common verbs today like ‘peck’ and ‘reach’ .

THE LESSON

Peck

A bird pecks at its food.

A kiss on the cheek is called ‘a peck’

PAST:

I pecked

He/she/it pecked

They/Us pecked

Reach

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.

PAST

I reached

You reached

He/she/it reached

We / they reached

Take

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.

PAST

I took

You took

She/He\It took

They/Us took

Play

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.

PAST

I was

She/he/it was

You were

They were

We were

Ride

I’m going for a ride on my bike.

She is riding her bicycles.

He is at the Riding Stables.

PAST

I rode

She/he/it rode

They rode

We rode

Swing

I want to go on the swings.

She is swinging very high.

It was a really cool swinging party.

The swinging 60’s

PAST

I swung

He/she/it swung

We /They swung

To play.

Present: I am playing

You/she/he. Is playing

They/we Are playing.

PAST

I played

She/he/it played

They played

We played

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