Irregular Verbs

Irregular Verbs - Irregular Verbs: Overview and List In...

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Irregular Verbs: Overview and List In English, regular verbs consist of three main parts: the root form (present), the (simple) past, and the past participle. Regular verbs have an -ed ending added to the root verb for both the simple past and past participle. Irregular verbs do not follow this pattern, and instead take on an alternative pattern. List of Irregular Verbs in English The following is a partial list of irregular verbs found in English. Each listing consists of the present/root form of the verb, the (simple) past form of the verb, and the past participle form of the verb. Present Past Past Participle Present Past Past Participle abide abode/abided abode/abided creep crept crept arise arose arisen cut cut cut awake awoke awoken dare dared/durst dared be was, were been deal dealt dealt bear bore born/borne dig dug dug beat beat beaten dive dived/dove dived/dove become became become do did done begin began begun draw drew drawn behold beheld beheld dream dreamed/dreamt dreamed/dreamt bend bent bent drink drank drunk bet bet bet drive drove driven bid bid bid eat ate eaten bind bound bound fall
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course BUS 596R taught by Professor Ogden during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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