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Irregular Verbs

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Meredith Lange

on 17 September 2015

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Transcript of Irregular Verbs

Regular and Irregular
Irregular verbs
don't follow a pattern in the
Simple Past
like the
Regular Verbs
do. You can't simply add
ED
at the end; these are all different throughout the three main tenses.


Steve
is
a veteran.
Ronda Rousey usually
wins
most of her fights.
Julie
eats
yogurt all the time
IN ORDER TO LEARN THE IRREGULAR VERBS, IT'S NECCESARY TO RECOGNIZE AND MEMORIZE'EM ALL
What are VERBS?
(Question 1)
Verbs are ACTIONS!
VERBS
How do I change IRREGULAR verbs to the past tense?
(Question 3)
How do I change a REGULAR verb to the past tense?
(Question 2)
present
past
Present and past TENSES
PAST TENSE
=
Verb
+
¨ed¨
Example:
JUMP
=
Jump
ed
.
(I jumped the fence)
Example:
present
past

participle
GIVE
GAVE
past
HAS
GIVEN
IS/
WAS/
BEEN
EAT
ATE
HAS EATEN
WIN
WON
HAS WON
BE
WERE
He
was
one of the greatest soldiers.
He has
been
in many battles during WWII.
Last night, she
ate
a whole six pack on her own.
Julie
has

eaten
only strawberry yogurt today.
She
won
the gold medal at the 2007 Pan American Games.
"Rowdy"
has

won
many Championships all over the world.
TAKE -
TOOK
-
TAKEN

(tomar)
SHAKE -
SHOOK
-
SHAKEN

(agitar)
WAKE -
WOKE
-
WOKEN

(despertar)
THINK -
THOUGHT
-
THOUGHT

(pensar)
SEEK -
SOUGHT
-
SOUGHT

(buscar)
TEACH -
TAUGHT
-
TAUGHT

(enseñar)
SLEEP -
SLEPT
-
SLEPT
(dormir)
CREEP -
CREPT
-
CREPT
(arrastrar)
SNEAK -
SNUCK
-
SNUCK
(colar)
LEAP -
LEPT
-
LEPT
(saltar)

KEEP -
KEPT
-
KEPT

(guardar)
BEAT -
BEAT
-
BEATEN
(golpear)
WIN -
WON
-
WON
(ganar)
DO -
DID
-
DONE
(hacer)
BEGIN -
BEGAN
-
BEGUN
(empezar)
SHOOT -
SHOT
-
SHOT
(disparar)
LEAD -
LED
-
LED

(dirigir)
FEED -
FED
-
FED
(alimentar)
BRING -
BROUGHT
-
BROUGHT

(traer)
CATCH -
CAUGHT
-
CAUGHT
(atrapar)
FIGHT -
FOUGHT
-
FOUGHT

(pelear)

FREEZE -
FROZE
-
FROZEN

(congelar)
SPEAK -
SPOKE
-
SPOKEN

(hablar)
STEAL -
STOLE
-
STOLEN

(robar)
CHOOSE -
CHOSE
-
CHOSEN

(escoger)
WRITE -
WROTE
-
WRITTEN

(escribir)
MEET -
MET
-
MET

(conocer)
BET -
BET
-
BET

(apostar)
FORGET -
FORGOT
-
FORGOTTEN
(olvidar)


Past
Participle
There are
NO RULES
that exist to form the past or participle tense for Irregular Verbs.

What are some examples of irregular verbs in sentences?
(Question 4)
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