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Regular and Irregular Verbs

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Romina Núñez

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Transcript of Regular and Irregular Verbs

For Instance...
Root: Buy Change in Past to: Bought.
Root: Fly Change in Past to: Flew.

In a sentence:

I
bought
a book this morning.
The Butterfly
flew
during the spring.
Regular and Irregular Verbs
For Instance...
Root: Accept
In Past: Accept
ed

Root:Paint
In Past: Paint
ed

In a sentence:
John paint
ed
his House .
Maria accept
ed
the proposal.
Regular Verbs
In Affirmative sentences in Past Simple:
All the verbs have to end in
ED
.
It root doesn't change.
All the verbs must follow the same pattern.
Verbs ends in Y
Destroy Destroy
ed

Play Play
ed

In Other Case... Verbs ends in
Y
changes to
I
, before ending
ED
:
Root: Cry Past: Cr
ied

I cr
ied
of Pain
Root: Try Past: Tr
ied

He tr
ied
of win the match.

Irregular Verbs
In Affirmative sentences in Past Simple:
The
ED
rule doesn't apply
.
If changes it root.
These Verbs has different endings in the past.

Important Tip
"We use the regular and Irregular verbs, when we create sentences in past simple".

DON'T FORGET...
* Only in affirmative sentences..
.
Other Irregular Verbs
These verbs is exactly identical to it root verb.
Never changes, For instance:

Infinitive Past
Cut = Cut
Wet = Wet
Put = Put
Read = Read
Video about of this topic:
Learn the Past Tense - regular and irregular verbs in English

* Words ends in e, we add only
D
:
Smile = Smile
d
. / Like = Like
d
.

* Words ends in two consonants, we add
ED
:
Talk = Talk
ed
. / Work = Work
ed
.

*Words ends in vowel + consonant, we
double
the
consonant
at the end +
ED
:
Travel = Travel
led
. / Stop = Stop
ped
.




Ending words of Regular Verbs
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