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être TO BE I WAS / YOU WERE BEEN
battre TO BEAT I BEAT BEATEN
devenir TO BECOME I BECAME BECOME
commencer TO BEGIN I BEGAN BEGUN
parier TO BET I BET BET
Relier (un livre) TO BIND I BOUND BOUND
mordre TO BITE I BIT BITTEN
saigner TO BLEED I BLED BLED
souffler/se moucher TO BLOW (ONE’S NOSE) I BLEW BLOWN
casser TO BREAK I BROKE BROKEN
apporter TO BRING I BROUGHT BROUGHT
construire TO BUILD I BUILT BUILT
brûler TO BURN I BURNT BURNT
Éclater / faire irruption TO BURST (INTO) I BURST BURST
acheter TO BUY I BOUGHT BOUGHT
attraper TO CATCH I CAUGHT CAUGHT
choisir TO CHOOSE I CHOSE CHOSEN
venir TO COME I CAME COME
coûter TO COST I COST COST
couper TO CUT I CUT CUT
faire TO DO I DID DONE
dessiner TO DRAW I DREW DRAWN
rêver TO DREAM I DREAMT DREAMT
boire TO DRINK I DRANK DRUNK
conduire TO DRIVE I DROVE DRIVEN
manger TO EAT I ATE EATEN
tomber TO FALL I FELL FALLEN
nourrir TO FEED I FED FED
se sentir, ressentir TO FEEL I FELT FELT
se battre TO FIGHT I FOUGHT FOUGHT
trouver TO FIND I FOUND FOUND
voler (dans les airs) TO FLY I FLEW FLOWN
oublier TO FORGET I FORGOT FORGOTTEN
pardonner TO FORGIVE I FORGAVE FORGIVEN
geler, se figer TO FREEZE I FROZE FROZEN
obtenir, monter dans TO GET I GOT GOT
donner TO GIVE I GAVE GIVEN
aller TO GO I WENT GONE
grandir TO GROW I GREW GROWN
pendre, suspendre (traîner) TO HANG (OUT) I HUNG HUNG
avoir TO HAVE I HAD HAD
entendre TO HEAR I HEARD HEARD
cacher, se cacher TO HIDE I HID HIDDEN
frapper TO HIT I HIT HIT
tenir TO HOLD I HELD HELD
blesser, faire mal TO HURT I HURT HURT
garder, continuer TO KEEP (GOING) I KEPT KEPT
savoir, connaître TO KNOW I KNEW KNOWN
poser, mettre la table TO LAY (THE TABLE) I LAID LAID
apprendre TO LEARN I LEARNT LEARNT
quitter, partir, laisser TO LEAVE I LEFT LEFT
prêter TO LEND I LENT LENT
Permettre, laisser TO LET I LET LET
s’allonger TO LIE I LAY LAIN
perdre TO LOSE I LOST LOST
faire, fabriquer TO MAKE I MADE MADE
vouloir dire TO MEAN I MEANT MEANT
rencontrer TO MEET I MET MET
payer TO PAY I PAID PAID
mettre TO PUT I PUT PUT
lire TO READ I READ READ
Aller à bicyclette, à cheval TO RIDE I RODE RIDDEN
sonner, téléphoner TO RING I RANG RUNG
monter, s’élever TO RISE I ROSE RISEN
courir TO RUN I RAN RUN
dire TO SAY I SAID SAID
voir TO SEE I SAW SEEN
vendre TO SELL I SOLD SOLD
envoyer TO SEND I SENT SENT
Poser, placer / mettre (la table) TO SET I SET SET
trembler TO SHAKE I SHOOK SHAKEN
briller TO SHINE I SHONE SHONE
tirer, marquer, tourner (film) TO SHOOT I SHOT SHOT
montrer / se vanter TO SHOW (OFF) I SHOWED SHOWN
fermer TO SHUT I SHUT SHUT
chanter TO SING I SANG SUNG
s’asseoir TO SIT (DOWN) I SAT SAT
dormir TO SLEEP I SLEPT SLEPT
sentir (odorat) TO SMELL I SMELT SMELT
parler TO SPEAK I SPOKE SPOKEN
dépenser (de l’argent) / passer (du temps) TO SPEND I SPENT SPENT
étaler, répandre TO SPREAD I SPREAD SPREAD
se tenir debout TO STAND I STOOD STOOD
voler, dérober TO STEAL I STOLE STOLEN
frapper, donner un coup / passer un accord TO STRIKE (A DEAL) I STRUCK STRUCK
jurer TO SWEAR I SWORE SWORN
nager TO SWIM I SWAM SWUM
prendre TO TAKE I TOOK TAKEN
enseigner, apprendre TO TEACH I TAUGHT TAUGHT
déchirer TO TEAR I TORE TORN
dire, raconter TO TELL I TOLD TOLD
penser TO THINK I THOUGHT THOUGHT
jeter, lancer TO THROW I THREW THROWN
comprendre TO UNDERSTAND I UNDERSTOOD UNDERSTOOD
contrarier TO UPSET I UPSET UPSET
être TO BE I WAS / YOU WERE BEEN battre TO BEAT I BEAT BEATEN.
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