Irregular Verbs Printable

January 26, 2019 | Author: muadzin | Category: Verb, Onomastics, Language Mechanics, Linguistic Morphology, Linguistic Typology
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Skill Builders: Grammar – Irregular Verbs Lower-Intermediate

GRAMMAR EXPLANATION EXPLANATION What are irregular verbs? Most verbs in the English language take -ed to form the past tense and the past participle forms. For example: I worked in New York for many years. I have worked in New York for many years. Some verbs are irregular, which means they don't follow the usual -ed pattern. In fact, irregular verbs are more a matter of vocabulary memorization than grammar, and so you must simply work towards memorizing the words. Here are a few examples of irregular verbs: Thomas swam in the lake every summer afternoon. I had forgotten I got to the restaurant thirty minutes late. had forgotten my lunch appointment, so I got Our teacher taught us about irregular verbs yesterday. Here's a list of many irregular verbs. The ones marked with the following symbol ( often used, and should perhaps first be studied.  

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awake be beat become begin bend bite bleed blow break bring broadcast build burn buy catch choose come cost creep

past tense awoke was & were beat became began bent bit bled blew broke brought broadcast built burnt / burned bought caught chose came cost crept



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past participle awoken been beat become begun bent bitten bled blown broken brought broadcast built burnt / burned bought caught chosen come cost crept continued

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Skill Builders: Grammar – Irregular Verbs Lower-Intermediate

 

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cut deal dive dig do draw dream drink drive eat fall feed fight find fly forbid forget forgive freeze get give go grow hang have hear hide hit hold hurt keep kneel know lay lead learn

past tense cut dealt dived / dove dug did drew dreamt / dreamed drank drove ate fell fed fought found flew forbade forgot forgave froze got gave went grew hung had heard hid hit held hurt kept knelt knew laid led learnt / learned

past participle cut dealt dived dug done drawn dreamt / dreamed drunk driven eaten fallen fed fought found flown forbidden forgotten forgiven frozen got / gotten given gone / been grown hung had heard hidden hit held hurt kept knelt known laid led learnt / learned continued

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Skill Builders: Grammar – Irregular Verbs Lower-Intermediate

 

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leave lend let lie light lose make mean meet mistake pay prove put read rid ride ring rise run say see sell send set shake shine shoot show shrink shut sing sink sit sleep smell speak

past tense left lent let lay lit / lighted lost made meant met mistook paid proved put read rid rode rang rose ran said saw sold sent set shook shone shot showed shrank shut sang sank sat slept smelt / smelled spoke

past participle left lent let lain lit / lighted lost made meant met mistaken paid proved / proven put read rid ridden rung risen run said seen sold sent set shaken shone shot shown shrunk shut sung sunk sat slept smelt / smelled spoken continued

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Skill Builders: Grammar – Irregular Verbs Lower-Intermediate

 

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speed spell spend spill spin spit split spoil stand steal stick stink strike sweep swing swim take teach tear tell think throw understand wake wear win wind wring write

past tense sped spelt / spelled spent spilt / spilled span spat split spoilt / spoiled stood stole stuck stank struck swept swung swam took taught tore told thought thrown understood woke wore won wound wrung wrote

past participle sped spelt / spelled spent spilt / spilled spun spat split spoilt / spoiled stood stolen stuck stunk struck swept swung swum taken taught torn told thought thrown understood woken worn won wound wrung written

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