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Irregular Verbs Lesson #9
Irregular verbs do not form plurals by adding -ed Regular verb= jump, jumped Irregular verb= run, ran What are other examples of irregular verbs?
fight fought crept taught break broke hidden meant slept spoken built sewn chosen write written tore
Vocabulary Vocabulary MUST be spelled correctly on your test! dilemma: (N) a situation requiring a choice between two equally undesirable situations disturbance: (N) commotion or disorder eligible: (ADJ) meeting all requirements; fit or proper to be chosen embarrass: (V) to make uncomfortably self- conscious equivalent: (ADJ) equal in value, measure, force or significance eternal: (ADJ) without beginning or end; lasting forever; endless