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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #100834: Verbs and movement
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Find the word | Movements [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - To go / To come - Vocabulary: moving one's body - In/ into-On/ onto - Bring or take - No hesitation: in-into... on-onto - Vocabulary: moving and movements - Preposition: "to" or "no to"-1/3 - Vocabulary: moving/ gestures
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    Verbs and movement

     Useful verbs (double-click on them if you don't know them)
    climb crawl crouchjog jumpkick kneel
    slip stretch squeeze swing tickle ) wave  

     to sprawl  (s'affaler, être affalé)to skip (sautiller)to stroll (se promener, se balader)to march (marcher au pas, défiler)
    A kitten sprawled over its mother. He is skipping a rope They are taking a stroll
    Martin Luther King
     to stride  to tiptoe         to bow         to lean



       To tickle the ivories


    To jog someone's memory

     Look in your diary. I am sure there is something there
     that will jog your memory.
    .To make the skin crawl 

     Does this spider make your skin crawl?


     To stretch the truth

     To kick over the traces


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    The Beatles to their fans at San Francisco
    airport (1964).

    As soon as the antelope approached, the panther down ready to spring.

    The weather was very cold; John on the ice and hurt his back.

    Some babies hard during pregnancy and their mothers wake up.

    Why do men down when they propose?

    If you don't remember your irregular verbs you should do some tests to see if you can

    Even at the age of eight, Stewart is able real nice.

    The sound of a piece of chalk grating on a blackboard just

    When my cousin David said he had caught two fish bigger
    than that one, he .

    In May 1968, French students .

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