Verbs for Work - Regular Verbs

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Verbs for work:

Verbs for work Regular verbs

Adjust:

Adjust

Ask:

Ask

Attach:

Attach

Borrow:

Borrow

Call:

Call

Call In:

Call In

Carry:

Carry

Change:

Change

Check Off:

Check Off

Check:

Check

Clean:

Clean

Clean Up:

Clean Up

Clear:

Clear

Close:

Close

Connect:

Connect

Correct:

Correct

Count:

Count

Cover:

Cover

Cross Out:

Cross Out

Damage:

Damage

Drop:

Drop

Dump:

Dump

Empty:

Empty

Enter:

Enter

Figure Out:

Figure Out

Fill:

Fill

Fill Up:

Fill Up

Fill In:

Fill In

Fill Out:

Fill Out

Finish:

Finish

Fix:

Fix

Flip:

Flip

Glue:

Glue

Hand:

Hand

Hand IN:

Hand IN

Insert:

Insert

Inspect:

Inspect

Install:

Install

Level:

Level

Lift:

Lift

Look For:

Look For

Look Out:

Look Out

Mark:

Mark

Measure:

Measure

Move:

Move

Move Over:

Move Over

Nail:

Nail

Need:

Need

Open:

Open

Paint:

Paint

Pick UP:

Pick UP

Plug In:

Plug In

Pour:

Pour

Press:

Press

Pull:

Pull

Pull Out:

Pull Out

Push:

Push

Refill:

Refill

Repair:

Repair

Repeat:

Repeat

Replace:

Replace

Return:

Return

Sand:

Sand

Scan:

Scan

Scrape:

Scrape

Scratch:

Scratch

Screw:

Screw

Seem:

Seem

Sort:

Sort

Spray:

Spray

Stack:

Stack

Start:

Start

Start Over:

Start Over

Stop:

Stop

Store:

Store

Tape:

Tape

Touch:

Touch

Turn:

Turn

Turn Around:

Turn Around

Turn On:

Turn On

Turn Off:

Turn Off

Turn Up:

Turn Up

Turn Down:

Turn Down

Turn Out:

Turn Out

Uncover:

Uncover

Unplug:

Unplug

Use:

Use

Use Up:

Use Up

Walk:

Walk

Want:

Want

Wash:

Wash

Wipe:

Wipe

Work:

Work

What about you?:

What about you? What tools do you use every day? How do you inspect your work? What things do you measure ? What tools and materials do you need for your work? What do you do when you use up your materials? How should you lift heavy things? Where do you store your supplies? What do you turn off at the end of your shift? What paperwork do you fill out ? Have you ever damaged something at work?

Homework:

Homework Go through the slideshow one more time. Write down 10 new words on a “New Words” paper or on index cards. Memorize the words and show your teacher next week. Use your new words to write a past sentence , a present sentence , and a future sentence . Use your new words to write a past question , a present question , and a future question . Use your new words to make 5 questions that you can ask classmates. Next week, ask 3 different classmates your questions. (Or ask an English co-worker your questions!)

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