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Irregular Verbs (Basic)

Irregular verbs are verbs that do not follow the rules of regular tense changes. Instead of adding –ed to the end of the verb to make it past tense, irregular verbs change letters of the verb to form the past tense verb. Here are some examples of irregular verbs:

Present

Past

eat

ate

swim

swam

run

ran

blow

blew

dive

dove

make

made

sing

sang

take

took

write

wrote

 

Irregular verbs also don’t follow the regular rule for the past participle form (we will cover this in the next grade).

 





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