LEARNING THE IRREGULAR VERBS In English, some verbs are regular and some are irregular. Regular verbs end in –ed. For example: Work- worked Travel- travelled Live-lived Stay- stayed ………and so on.
LEARNING THE IRREGULAR VERBS This list is to help you learn the most common irregular verbs in English., e.g. do, did, done do - the first word is the infinitive form of the verb did - the second word is the past form of the verb done - the third is the past participle of the verb
LEARNING THE IRREGULAR VERBS Group 1: No change Cost cost cost cut cut cut let let let put put put read read* read* * Their pronunciation is /red/
LEARNING THE IRREGULAR VERBS Group 2: One change Past form and past participle are the same Build built built bring brought brought buy bought bought catch caught caught feel felt felt find found found get got got have had had hear heard heard keep kept kept lend lent lent lose lost lost make made made meet met met pay paid paid say said said sell sold sold send sent sent sit sat sat sleep slept slept spend spent spent tell told told think thought thought understand understood understood win won won
LEARNING THE IRREGULAR VERBS Group 3: One change The Infinitive and the Past participle are the same, the Past form is different: Become became become come came come
LEARNING THE IRREGULAR VERBS Be was/were been do did done begin began begun break broke broken choose chose chosen drive drove driven drink drank drunk eat ate eaten fall fell fallen fly flew flown forget forgot forgotten give gave given go went gone / been grow grew grown know knew known ring rang rung see saw seen speak spoke spoken swim swam swum take took taken wake woke woken write wrote written Group 4: All different