Presentation on theme: "Irregular Verbs Brenda Chung 1er año “B”. Este software educativo se basa en aprender los verbos irregulares en el idioma inglés. Presentamos aquí una."— Presentation transcript:
Este software educativo se basa en aprender los verbos irregulares en el idioma inglés. Presentamos aquí una lista de verbos irregulares. Por cada verbo se incluye: el infinitivo. la forma del Simple Past (Pasado Simple, por ejemplo: I arrived yesterday). el past participle (Participio pasado, que se utiliza en el tiempo Present Perfect, por ejemplo: I have broken a glass).
Index First Group Second Group Third Group Fourth Group Fifth Group Sixth Group Exercises
First Group: (The “en” groups) The past participle have more common with the infinitive. INFINITIVEPASTPAST PARTICIPLE to bewas/werebeen to drivedrovedriven to eatateeaten to falltellfallen to freezefrozefrozen to forgiveforgaveforgiven to givegavegiven INFINITIVEPASTPAST PARTICIPLE to rideroderidden to riseroserisen to seesawseen to shakeshookshaken to taketooktaken to writewrotewritten
First Group: (The “en” groups) The past participle have more things in common with the past. INFINITIVEPASTPAST PARTICIPLE to beatbeatbeaten to bitebitbitten to breakbrokebroken to choosechosechosen to forgetforgotforgotten to hidehidhidden to speakspokespoken to stealstolestolen to wakewokewoken
First Group: (The “en” groups) Just “n”. INFINITIVEPASTPAST PARTICIPLE to swearsworesworn to teartoretorn to wearworeworn to knowknewknown
Second Group: (“The never changing group) The infinitive, the past and the past participle are just alike. INFINITIVEPASTPAST PARTICIPLE to costcost to cutcut to hithit to hurthurt to letlet to setset to spreadspread to splitsplit to shutshut to putput
Fourth Group The past and the past participle are the same and end up in –ught. INFINITIVEPASTPAST PARTICIPLE to bringbrought to buybought to catchcaught INFINITIVEPASTPAST PARTICIPLE to fightfought to teachtaught to thinkthought
Fourth Group The past and the past participle are the same. INFINITIVEPASTPAST PARTICIPLE to saysaid to paypaid to laylaid to makemade to feedfed to readread to hearheard to holdheld to leadled to sellsold to standstood INFINITIVEPASTPAST PARTICIPLE to getgot to shineshone To telltold To loselost To shootshot To havehad To sitsat To lightlit To findfound To stickstuck to winwon
Fourth Group The past and the past participle are the same an end up in –t. INFINITIVEPASTPAST PARTICIPLE to bendbent to buildbuilt to burnburnt to dreamdreamt to feelfelt to keepkept to learnlearnt to leaveleft to lendlent to meanmeant INFINITIVEPASTPAST PARTICIPLE to meetmet to sendsent to sleepslept to smellsmelt to spellspelt to spendspent to spillspilt to spoilspoilt to sweepswept
Write the correct past participle to the correspondent picture.
What did you do yesterday? Observe the pictures and tell us… I (get) up at 7:30. I (take) a shower. I (have) breakfast. Then, I (go) to school.
In the afternoon, I (swim) at the club with my friends. At night, I I (write) e-mails. And I (go) to bed.
Multiple choice: Are the following forms of the irregular verbs used as Infinitive, Simple Past and/or Past participle? Have Infinitive Simple Past Past Participle Swam Infinitive Simple Past Past Participle Cost Infinitive Simple Past Past Participle Grew Infinitive Simple Past Past Participle Beaten Infinitive Simple Past Past Participle
Put in the missing form of the verbs. - went - gone do - - done run - - run - stood - stood see - saw - come - - come - lost - lost think - - thought