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Copy of Irregular Verbs Part 2

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Jenn Keigher

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Present Tense: Past Tense: Irregular Verbs Part 2 Think-Pair-Share 1. My entire family (to catch) the flu last winter.

2. The dog (to dig) a large hole in the church.

3. Grandma (to leave) for London yesterday.

4. The new mother had not (to sleep) for days.

5. After the argument, Carol (to hang) up the
phone immediately. Practice #1 1. Mrs. Jones (to teach) the students Chemistry last fall.

2. Has anyone (to lose) a red notebook?

3. Craig jumped the fence and (to catch) the ball.

4. Laurie had (to bring) all her camping gear.

5. The rushing record has been (to break). Practice Why? Understanding irregular verbs is important in communication

The ten most common verbs used in English are irregular bite
hide
make
pay
stand
understand
withstand
come
overcome
run
overrun
sell
tell bit
hid
made
paid
stood
understood
withstood
came
overcame
ran
overran
sold
told
bitten
hidden
made
paid
stood
understood
withstood
come
overcome
run
overrun
sold
told Irregular Verbs: Same Past & Past Participle set
beset
upset
bet
beat
burst
cast
broadcast
cost
hit
hurt
let
fit
put
quit
rid
shed
shut
split
spread Present Past Past Participle Present Past Past Participle 1) Come up with a sentence in the past tense and past participle using one of the verbs from the chart. Write your two sentences on your note guide.

2) Turn to your neighbor and share your two sentences, using the present tense of the verb. Ask your partner to come up with the correct form of the verb. Expresses action that
is happening at the present
time, or continual action Expresses action that is
completed at a particular
time in the past Participle A verb form ending in or that acts as an adjective. ing ed set
beset
upset
bet
beat
burst
cast
broadcast
cost
hit
hurt
let
fit
put
quit
rid
shed
shut
split
spread set
beset
upset
bet
beat
burst
cast
broadcast
cost
hit
hurt
let
fit
put
quit
rid
shed
shut
split
spread get
forget
tread
do
overdo
be
see
slay
go
shine
shoot
hold
slide
sit
read got
forgot
trod
did
overdid
was, were
saw
slew
went
shone
shot
held
slid
sat
read gotten
forgotten
trodden
done
overdone
been
seen
slain
gone
shone
shot
held
slid
sat
read Present Past Past Participle
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