Learn useful English Verbs of Body Movement through pictures and examples…
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- 1 English Verbs of Body Movement
- 1.1 Bend
- 1.2 Lift
- 1.3 Carry
- 1.4 Kneel
- 1.5 Hold
- 1.6 Sit
- 1.7 Drag
- 1.8 Jump
- 1.9 Leap
- 1.10 Pick up
- 1.11 Punch
- 1.12 Pull
- 1.13 Dive
- 1.14 Push
- 1.15 Run
- 1.16 Lean
- 1.17 Squat
- 1.18 Throw
- 1.19 Tiptoe
- 1.20 Walk
- 1.21 Hit
- 1.22 Catch
- 1.23 Kick
- 1.24 Kiss
- 1.25 Clap
- 1.26 Laugh
- 1.27 Dance
- 1.28 Break
- 1.29 Stand
- 1.30 Jog
- 1.31 March
- 1.32 Wave
- 1.33 Talk
- 1.34 Open
- 1.35 Cartwheel
- 1.36 Put down
- 1.37 Stretch
- 1.38 Drop
- 1.39 Point
- 1.40 Slip
- 1.41 Trip
- 1.42 Look
- 1.43 Cry
- 1.44 Lie down
- 1.45 Pour
- 1.46 Crawl
- 2 Verbs of Body Movement | Picture 1
- 3 Verbs of Body Movement | Picture 2
English Verbs of Body Movement
When I bend my arm, the pain is excruciating.
I can’t lift this box — will you help me please?
We don’t carry a large stock of pine furniture.
She asks her son to kneel down.
Do not hold a candle to the devil.
The students sit in a circle on the floor.
I don’t want to go back there and drag up that anger again.
Can you jump across the stream?
Learn to creep before you leap.
The pupil leaned to the ground to pick up a wallet.
She gave him a punch on the nose.
I helped him pull his boots off.
She defied him to dive off the bridge.
We should push our work, the work should not push us.
Don’t try to run before you can walk.
Lean against my arm. I will support you.
For this exercise you need to get into a squat.
They throw rubbish into rivers , too.
They walked across the room on tiptoe so as not to waken the baby.
After dinner sit awhile, after supper walk a mile.
The robbers hit him over the head with a baseball bat.
Stephen leapt up and caught the ball in one hand.
Billy was kicking a ball around the yard.
He kissed her gently and stroked her hair.
You cannot clap with one hand.
Maria looked at him and laughed.
Come on, let’s dance.
I had to break a window to get into the house.
She stood in the doorway.
I got up early the next morning to jog.
We marched 50 km across the foothills.
Enid waved at us and we waved back.
I don’t want to talk about it anymore.
He opened the drawer of the desk.
He cartwheeled across the room.
He put the gift down on the table.
He stretched and yawned lazily.
She dropped the tissue.
He stood up and pointed his finger at me.
He slipped on the ice.
He tripped and fell.
Don’t look now, but there’s someone staring at you!
That film always makes me cry.
I’d like to lie down for a while.
Pour the oil into a frying pan and heat.
I don’t like people who crawl.