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Irregular Verbs, Part 3

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Transcript of Irregular Verbs, Part 3

Irregular Verbs, Part 3
Lesson 70 pg. 434

irregular verbs group 2
catch
come
cost
dive
drag
draw
drown
drive
irregular verbs group 3
eat
fall
feel
fight
flee
flow
fly
forsake
Irregular verbs
beat
bite
bring
build
burst
buy

Example 2
George Mason (brang, brought, brung) his thoughts together in the Fairfax Resolves.

He had not (forsook, forsaken, forsake) his conscience.

George Mason (draw, drew, drawn) up the Fairfax Resolves knowing that war was almost inevitable.
example 1
fly ____________________ _______________________

bite _____________________ _______________________

flee _____________________ ________________________

dive _____________________ ________________________
beat
bit
brought
built
burst
bought
verb
past tense
past participle
beaten
bitten
brought
built
burst
bought

verb
past tense
caught
came
cost
dove
dragged
rew
drowned
drove
past participle
caught
come
cost
dived
dragged
drawn
drowned
driven
verb
past tense
ate
fell
felt
fought
fled
flowed
flew
forsook
past particple
eaten
fallen
felt
fought
fled
flowed
flown
forsaken
verb
past tense
past particple
practice pg. 435 a-h
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