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sink sank am sinking have sunk
forsake forsook am forsaking have forsaken
tread trod; treaded am treading have trodden; trod
dream dreamed; dreamt am dreaming have dreamed; dreamt
strive strove; strived am striving have striven
run ran am running have run
spring sprung; sprang am springing have sprung
go went am going have gone
wring wrung/wringed am wringing have wringed/wrung
shake shook am shaking have shaken
sling slung am slinging have slung
climb climbed am climbing have climbed
forget forgot am forgetting have forgotten/forgot
smell smelled; smelt am smelling have smelled; smelt
slay slew; slayed (comic relief) Am slaying have slain
ride rode am riding have ridden
The Titanic sunk as the sun set over the mountains. Incorrect The Titanic sank as the sun set over the mountains.
She forsook me after the unfortunate accident. Correct
I have run in three races this fall. Correct
I have striven to do my best. Correct
I dreamt about you last night. Correct
He sprung to his feet and ran toward the station. Correct -- Sprung is often preferred to sprang.
I had went to the grocery store before the party. Incorrect
We have wringed the towel dry many times this afternoon. Correct
He shaked the bag filled with names to assure that the drawing was fair. Incorrect He shook the bag filled with names to assure that the drawing was fair..
He slinged the weapon aside as he made his way to the helicopter. Incorrect He slung the weapon aside as he made his way to the helicopter.
We clumb the mountain after months of training and preparation. Incorrect We climbed the mountain after months of training and preparation
We have rode through the valley many times. Incorrect We have ridden through the valley many times.
She had forgot about the severe weather warning. Correct
The knight slew the dragon without hesitation. Correct
Av Britt Carlsén. read ride ring rise run say see seek sell send set shake read ridden rung risen run said seen sought sold sent.
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