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Examples of verbs ending in er

In order to communicate we need a set of sentences in which the verbs are an essential part of them, this time we are going to dedicate ourselves, mainly, to giving examples of verbs with the ending er .

How to correctly conjugate verbs with the ending er

The first thing we must do is specify if the verb is regular or irregular, according to the following:

  • Regular verbs are those that do not change their root when conjugated, regardless of the pronoun used, for example, of the verb “eat”, its root when removing the ending er would be “com” and its conjugation, according to the pronoun, would be “yo as ”,“ he eats ”“ they eat ”, we can see that the root of the verb remains the same.
  • Irregular verbs , in this case, do change their root when we want to conjugate it with certain pronouns, for example, the verb “caber”, if we remove the ending “er” we have that its root would be “cab” but when conjugating it with the pronoun “I” would be “I fit.”

We will give you two examples of sentences, in the simple present tense, that use regular and irregular verbs with the ending er:

  • They loathe (loathe) eating sardines
  • I make (make) peace with my brother

Note how in the first sentence the verb retains its root, which in this case would be “abhor”, while in the second sentence no, the root of the verb changes when it is conjugated with the pronoun “I” , the root of “do” It would be “hac”, below you will have an extensive list of verbs with the ending er.

220 Examples of verbs ending in er

  1. Supply
  2. Soften
  3. Hate
  4. Absolve
  5. Absorb
  6. Absterger
  7. Abstract
  8. Happen
  9. To access
  10. Clarify
  11. Embrace
  12. Undertake
  13. Happen
  14. To suffer
  15. Lull
  16. to thank
  17. Dawn
  18. To become night
  19. Precede
  20. Pick up
  21. Put before
  22. Antever
  23. Appear
  24. Crave
  25. Apprehend
  26. Learn
  27. Burn
  28. Lash out
  29. Ascend
  30. Attend
  31. To have
  32. Attract
  33. Dare
  34. Sweep
  35. To drink
  36. To fit
  37. Fall
  38. Gnaw
  39. Give
  40. Cook
  41. Coerce
  42. Take
  43. Eat
  44. Commit
  45. Sympathize
  46. Competer
  47. Please
  48. To compose
  49. Understand
  50. Compromise
  51. Grant
  52. Condole
  53. Move
  54. Know
  55. Contend
  56. Contain
  57. Contract
  58. Oppose
  59. Convince
  60. Converge
  61. To run
  62. Correspond
  63. Corrode
  64. Corrupt
  65. Sew
  66. Growing up
  67. To believe
  68. Should
  69. Defend
  70. Demolish
  71. To depend
  72. Depose
  73. Descend
  74. Decompose
  75. To ignore
  76. Unpick
  77. Develop
  78. Undo
  79. Demean
  80. Detach
  81. Dispel
  82. Stop
  83. Return
  84. Dissolve
  85. Provide
  86. Distract
  87. To hurt
  88. Exercise
  89. Beautify
  90. Brutalize
  91. Emerge
  92. Impoverish
  93. Undertake
  94. Exalt
  95. Turn on
  96. Shrink
  97. Toughen
  98. Infuriate
  99. Enlarge
  100. To get mad
  101. To be proud
  102. Thin
  103. to enrich
  104. Blush
  105. Understand
  106. Soften
  107. Hinder
  108. Entertain
  109. Sadden
  110. Intrude
  111. Get older
  112. Wrap
  113. Be equivalent
  114. Clarify
  115. Choose
  116. Hide
  117. Establish
  118. Shake
  119. Exceed
  120. Expend
  121. Expose
  122. To extend
  123. Extract
  124. Die
  125. Favor
  126. To flourish
  127. Strengthen
  128. To have
  129. Do
  130. Moisten
  131. Impose
  132. Indispose
  133. Intercede
  134. Interpose
  135. Fuck
  136. Lick
  137. Languish
  138. Read
  139. To rain
  140. Misbelieve
  141. Mistreat
  142. Maintain
  143. Deserve
  144. To put
  145. Grind
  146. To bite
  147. Move
  148. Born
  149. Obey
  150. Suffer
  151. Pale
  152. Seem
  153. Miss
  154. Perish
  155. Remain
  156. To belong
  157. Can
  158. Put
  159. Own
  160. Postpone
  161. Precede
  162. Predispose
  163. Turn on
  164. Pretend
  165. Prevail
  166. Foresee
  167. Proceed
  168. Promise
  169. Promote
  170. Propose
  171. To protect
  172. Provide
  173. Want
  174. Reappear
  175. Soften
  176. Relapse
  177. Pick up
  178. Recompose
  179. Recognize
  180. Re-cruder
  181. Redo
  182. Rejuvenate
  183. Relamer
  184. Reread
  185. Stir
  186. Be reborn
  187. Repel
  188. Replenish
  189. Sort out
  190. Glow
  191. Answer
  192. Restore
  193. To hold back
  194. Twist
  195. Retract
  196. Back
  197. Stir
  198. To break
  199. To know
  200. Satisfy
  201. Be
  202. Help
  203. Submit
  204. To surprise
  205. To hold
  206. Happen
  207. Suppose
  208. Lay off
  209. Subtract
  210. To knit
  211. Fear
  212. To tend
  213. To have
  214. Twist
  215. Cough
  216. Bring
  217. to worth
  218. Overcome
  219. Sell
  220. Watch

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