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Irregular Verbs #
Present throw Past threw Past Participle thrown Present Participle throwing
Present win Past won Past Participle won Present Participle winning
Present wind Past wound Past Participle wound Present Participle winding
Present bite Past bit Past Participle bitten Present Participle biting
Present creep Past crept Past Participle crept Present Participle creeping
Present deal Past dealt Past Participle dealt Present Participle dealing
Present dig Past dug Past Participle dug Present Participle digging
Present freeze Past froze Past Participle frozen Present Participle freezing
Present grind Past ground Past Participle ground Present Participle grinding
Present grow Past grew Past Participle grown Present Participle growing
Present hide Past hid Past Participle hidden Present Participle hiding
Present hit Past hit Past Participle hit Present Participle hitting
Present hurt Past hurt Past Participle hurt Present Participle hurting
Present lie Past lay Past Participle lain Present Participle lying
Present light Past lit Past Participle lit Present Participle lighting
être TO BE I WAS / YOU WERE BEEN battre TO BEAT I BEAT BEATEN.
INFINITIVE PAST SIMPLE PAST PARTICIPLE BE WAS / WERE BEEN IRREGULAR VERBS.
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