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The Regular and Iregular verbs

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Paulina Andrea Allende Caballero

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regular and irregular verbs The regular and Iregular verbs Name:Maria Ines Celis
Grade: 1 º A
Date: August 5
Asicnature: English The regular verbs To make the past tense or past participle form of most verbs (regular verbs) we simply add “ed” at the end.

Examples using the verb "walk" Past Tense: I walked through the maze.

Past Participle: I have walked through the maze. ask
walk
care
save
paint
divide
seem
hope Examples: asked
walked
cared
saved
painted
divided
seemed
hoped Irregular verbs are not that simple. We sometimes need a dictionary to help us write the different forms of irregular verbs.
Examples using the verb “see”: The irregular verbs Past Tense: We saw the secret maps.

Past Participle: We have seen the secret maps.

eat ate
come came
go went
write wrote
have had
drive drove
run ran Examples:
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