40 Ejercicios – Verbos en Inglés
40 Ejercicios de verbos avanzados en inglés, Libro 1 del autor Stephen Harrison, el libro lo pueden comprar en la página oficial del autor…
1. to try very hard to do something
tickle | jeopardize | endeavour
2. to say unkind or insulting things to somebody, often to make them angry
waver | taunt | venerate
3. to defeat someone completely in a battle or a competition
vanquish| thaw | demote
4. to reverse or cancel a decision or law
singe | rescind | urge
5. to say untrue things about someone to damage their reputation
slander| simplify | veto
6. to examine something very carefully
scrutinise | stumble | ponder
7. to say or do something to make someone less angry
waver| taunt | placate
8. to make something more difficult to do
hamper| invigorate | endeavour
9. to force someone to leave a position or a place
quench | oust | thaw
10. to be many, to exist in large amounts
abound | encroach | culminate
11. when a thick liquid falls and then drops of it go over something
run| splatter | pour
12. to almost fall when walking
saunter| feign | stumble
13. to burn material very slightly without it catching fire
singe | crease | fray
14. to put a limit on something so it doesn’t become too great
outlaw | ban | restrict
15. to completely destroy something or ruin it
amend | wreck | update
16. to be better than what came before
undertake | venerate | surpass
17. to strongly suggest someone does something
order | urge | command
18. to defeat someone easily or by a large score in a competition
trounce | take on | battle
19. to make something less unpleasant, serious or painful
stifle | mitigate | update
20. to reduce or limit something
curtail | demote | denigrate
21. to realise in advance that something may happen and prepare for it
comprehend | plan | anticipate
22. to burn with very hot liquid
singe | scald | frazzle
23. to start an institution or company
found | set down | anticipate
24. to take apart a machine or an organisation
galvanize | take over | dismantle
25. to hold in deep respect or worship
flatter | venerate | adore
26. to tell people secret information
disclose | confide | inform
27. to throw something violently and with a lot of force
grab | grip | hurl
28. to start a course at a university or other educational institution
capitulate | sign down | enrol
29. to be a perfect example of something
epitomize | accentuate | perfect
30. He spent many hours _____the meaning of life.
epitomizing | quenching | pondering
31. The protests in London _____ last night and more police were called in.
updated | escalated | halted
32. I will not _____ the safety of my children by driving too fast.
splatter | scrutinise | jeopardize
33. He _____and cheated — now he’s the boss!
connived | strolled | shuddered
34. The fighting _____and more lives were lost.
intensified | invigorated | vanquished
35. Many companies _____young graduates by paying them very little.
demote | exploit | trounce
36. It’s _____ outside. Get your umbrella.
cloudy| drizzling | sweltering
37. Sadly, his nasty behaviour has _____ his achievements.
negated | trounced | highlighted
38. The dictator was _____ by the army in 1995.
demoted | ousted | jeopardized
39. Where I live, rabbits _____.
wreck | venerate | abound
40. He’s _____ to be a pilot since he was five.
aspired | undertook | thrived
Fuente: Stephen Harrison