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Irregular Verbs # 1 -15
Present be am is are
Past was were
Past Participle been
Present Participle being
Past Participle begun
Present Participle beginning
Past Participle broken
Present Participle breaking
Past Participle brought
Present Participle bringing
Past Participle bought
Present Participle buying
Past Participle chosen
Present Participle choosing
Past Participle come
Present Participle coming
Past Participle done
Present Participle doing
Past Participle eaten
Present Participle eating
Past Participle felt
Present Participle feeling
Past Participle forgotten
Present Participle forgetting
Past Participle gotten
Present Participle getting
Past Participle had
Present Participle having
Past Participle known
Present Participle knowing
Past Participle left
Present Participle leaving
être TO BE I WAS / YOU WERE BEEN battre TO BEAT I BEAT BEATEN.
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