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Englishpage.com’s Irregular Verb Dictionary for English learners contains over 370 irregular verbs used in modern English as well as flashcards and exercises to practice those forms. To view our Extended Irregular Verb Dictionary, which contains over 470 verbs including rare and antiquated forms, Click Here.
List of Irregular Verbs
InfinitiveSimple PastPast Participle
awakeawakened / awokeawakened / awoken
backslidebackslidbackslidden / backslid
bearboreborn / borne
beatbeatbeaten / beat
betbet / [?]bet / [?]
bid (farewell)bid / badebidden
bid (offer amount)bidbid
broadcastbroadcast / broadcastedbroadcast / broadcasted
browbeatbrowbeatbrowbeaten / browbeat
burnburned / burnt [?]burned / burnt [?]
bustbusted / bustbusted / bust
clotheclothed / clad [?]clothed / clad [?]
daydreamdaydreamed / daydreamt [?]daydreamed / daydreamt [?]
disprovedisproveddisproved / disproven
dive (jump head-first)dove / diveddived
dive (scuba diving)dived / dovedived
dreamdreamed / dreamt [?]dreamed / dreamt [?]
dwelldwelt / dwelled [?]dwelt / dwelled [?]
fit (tailor, change size)fitted / fit [?]fitted / fit [?]
fit (be right size)fit / [?]fit / [?]
forego (also forgo)forewentforegone
forgetforgotforgotten / [?]
getgotgotten / [?]
hewhewedhewn / hewed
inputinput / inputtedinput / inputted
interweaveinterwove / interweavedinterwoven / interweaved
kneelknelt / kneeledknelt / kneeled
knitknitted / knitknitted / knit
leanleaned / leant [?]leaned / leant [?]
leapleaped / leapt [?]leaped / leapt [?]
learnlearned / learnt [?]learned / learnt [?]
lie (not tell truth) REGULARliedlied
lightlit / lightedlit / lighted
mislearnmislearned / mislearnt [?]mislearned / mislearnt [?]
misspellmisspelled / misspelt [?]misspelled / misspelt [?]
mowmowedmowed / mown
No irregular verbs beginning with “N.”
outleapoutleaped / outleapt [?]outleaped / outleapt [?]
outlie (not tell truth) REGULARoutliedoutlied
outshineoutshined / outshone [?]outshined / outshone [?]
outsmelloutsmelled / outsmelt [?]outsmelled / outsmelt [?]
oversewoversewedoversewn / oversewed
overspilloverspilled / overspilt [?]overspilled / overspilt [?]
pleadpleaded / pledpleaded / pled
proveprovedproven / proved
quitquit / [?]quit / [?]
readread (sounds like “red”) read (sounds like “red”)
rebroadcastrebroadcast / rebroadcastedrebroadcast / rebroadcasted
refit (replace parts)refit / refitted [?]refit / refitted [?]
refit (retailor)refitted / refit [?]refitted / refit [?]
reknitreknitted / reknitreknitted / reknit
relay (for example tiles)relaidrelaid
relay (pass along) REGULARrelayedrelayed
relearnrelearned / relearnt [?]relearned / relearnt [?]
relightrelit / relightedrelit / relighted
resewresewedresewn / resewed
retrofitretrofitted / retrofit [?]retrofitted / retrofit [?]
rewakerewoke / rewakedrewaken / rewaked
reweaverewove / reweavedrewoven / reweaved
rewedrewed / reweddedrewed / rewedded
rewetrewet / [?]rewet / [?]
sawsawedsawed / sawn
sewsewedsewn / sewed
shaveshavedshaved / shaven
shearshearedsheared / shorn
shineshined / shone [?]shined / shone [?]
shitshit / / shittedshit/ / shitted
showshowedshown / showed
shrinkshrank / shrunkshrunk
sinksank / sunksunk
slay (kill)slew / slayedslain / slayed
slay (amuse) REGULARslayedslayed
slinkslinked / slunkslinked / slunk
smellsmelled / smelt [?]smelled / smelt [?]
sneaksneaked / snucksneaked / snuck
sowsowedsown / sowed
speedsped / speededsped / speeded
spellspelled / spelt [?]spelled / spelt [?]
spillspilled / spilt [?]spilled / spilt [?]
spitspit / spit /
spoilspoiled / spoilt [?]spoiled / spoilt [?]
springsprang / sprungsprung
stinkstunk / stankstunk
strewstrewedstrewn / strewed
strike (hit)struckstruck / stricken
strivestrove / strivedstriven / strived
sunburnsunburned / sunburnt [?]sunburned / sunburnt [?]
sweatsweat / sweatedsweat / sweated
swellswelledswollen / swelled
treadtrodtrodden / trod
unclotheunclothed / unclad [?]unclothed / unclad [?]
unknitunknitted / unknitunknitted / unknit
unlearnunlearned / unlearnt [?]unlearned / unlearnt [?]
unsewunsewedunsewn / unsewed
unweaveunwove / unweavedunwoven / unweaved
No commonly used irregular verbs beginning with “V.”
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wakewoke / wakedwoken / waked
weavewove / weavedwoven / weaved
wedwed / weddedwed / wedded
wetwet / [?]wet / [?]
No irregular verbs beginning with “X.”
No irregular verbs beginning with “Y.”
No irregular verbs beginning with “Z.”
Irregular Verb Flashcards and Drills
If you want to learn irregular verbs, you need to practice, practice, practice. Below we have created five sets of flashcards as well as simple irregular verb drills to help English learners learn the 100 most common irregular verbs in English.
Common Questions about English Irregular Verbs
What are irregular verbs?
Irregular verbs are verbs which do not follow normal rules for conjugation. For example, the irregular verb be has several unique forms (I am, you are, he is) which are quite different from regular verbs such as cook (I cook, you cook, he cooks).
How many irregular verbs are there in English?
Englishpage.com has conducted an extensive text analysis of over 2,000 novels and resources and we have found 680 irregular verbs so far including prefixed verbs (misunderstand, reread) as well as rare and antiquated forms (colorbreed, bethink).
What are some examples of irregular verbs?
Good examples of irregular verbs include have, understand and draw. Notice that their past forms had, understood and drew are very different from regular verbs, which end with -d or -ed. For more examples, see Englishpage.com’s list of irregular verbs.
What are the most common irregular verbs in English?
According to Englishpage.com’s text analysis of over 2,000 novels and resources, the most common irregular verbs in English are: be, have, say, do, know, get, see, think, go and take.
Are there big differences in the irregular verb forms used in British English and American English?
While many references show strong differences between British and American English in irregular verb use,
Which verb tenses have irregular forms in English?
In English, irregular verb forms occur in past perfect, future perfect,
Irregular verbs are verbs which do not follow normal rules for conjugation. For example, the irregular verb be has several unique forms (I am, you are, he is) which are quite different from regular verbs such as cook (I cook, you cook, he cooks).Englishpage.com has conducted an extensive text analysis of over 2,000 novels and resources and we have found 680 irregular verbs so far including prefixed verbs (misunderstand, reread) as well as rare and antiquated forms (colorbreed, bethink).Good examples of irregular verbs include have, understand and draw. Notice that their past forms had, understood and drew are very different from regular verbs, which end with -d or -ed. For more examples, see Englishpage.com’s list of irregular verbs.According to Englishpage.com’s text analysis of over 2,000 novels and resources, the most common irregular verbs in English are: be, have, say, do, know, get, see, think, go and take.While many references show strong differences between British and American English in irregular verb use, Englishpage.com’s research shows that there is far more crossover than many of these references might suggest. (Where we did find a real statistical difference, we have listed the British forms in italics.)In English, irregular verb forms occur in simple present and simple past as well as past participles. Remember that past participles are used in many verb forms including: present perfect passive forms and past conditional forms
More about our Irregular Verb Dictionary
For more information about our irregular verb dictionary and our research, click here
[NEW] Present Tense Verbs: Examples and Practice | verb 3 study – NATAVIGUIDES
Present Tense Verbs
Present tense verbs in English can have three forms:
- the base form: go, see, talk, study, etc.
- the base form plus ‘s’ (or ‘es’) for 3rd person singular: goes, sees, asks, studies. (For example, Joe goes to school, Ann sees a bird, Bill talks a lot, but he also studies.)
- and the base form plus ‘ing’: going, seeing, talking, studying. (With a form of ‘to be,’ this is the present continuous tense.)
This page has a short explanation, some examples, and a chance for you to practice them.
The simple present tense is the way to talk about facts. It tells what is always, sometimes, or never true, or what happens over and over.
It uses the base form of the verb (the infinitive without ‘to’) except in the third person singular. 3rd person singular (he, she, or it– one person or thing) ends in -s.
For example, we say ‘I study‘ or ‘you study, but ‘John studies.’ Sally and Susan study too. The simple present usually adds -s or -es to the base form. Exceptions:
- the verb ‘to have,’ (he or she has
the verb ‘to be,
’ (he or she is.)
Negatives and questions normally use the helping verb ‘to do’ plus the base form of the main verb. See examples below.
We use the present continuous tense to talk about something
that is happening right now. (I’m typing; you’re reading; my husband is driving
and my daughter is sleeping.) We form it using the verb ‘to be’ with the ‘ing’
form (present participle) of the main verb, as shown.
Examples of Present
Tense Verbs in Sentences
Joan: “You look
tired. Are you getting enough sleep?”
Bob: “No, I’m
not. I wish I could sleep!”
Sue: “Bob is
tired because he works too much. He has a term paper that’s due soon, and he isn’t sure he can finish in time. So
instead of sleeping he’s writing for
hours every night!”
Joan: “That’s too
bad! I hope you finish soon, Bob!”
Bob: “So do I! I’m almost done now! Then I plan to get back to normal. I usually sleep six or seven hours a night, but I
think I might sleep twelve hours to
Joan: “Wow! Only a baby sleeps
twelve hours at a time!”
When Bob says “So do I,” it’s a short form that means “I hope so too.’
See The Verb ‘to be’ page if you have
questions about how to form contractions. (Examples: he’s, isn’t, aren’t, etc.) That page also gives the present tense forms of ‘to be.’
If you have questions about could, can, might,
or similar helping verbs, see Modal Verbs.
Try Using Common Present Tense Verbs
the correct form (or forms) for each sentence and write your answers on a piece of paper.
Example: 1. Joe (is, are) an athlete. 2. He
(run, runs, is running) in every competition. 3. Every other Saturday Joe
(have, has, is having) a track meet at school.
4. He usually (get, gets, is getting) up at 6 A.M., but even though it’s
5:30 A.M. right now he (get, gets, is getting) up for today’s race.
1. is. 2. runs. 3. has. 4. gets, is getting.
(Explanation: The first sentences talk
about something that is true– Joe is a runner. Examples 2-3 talk about things he does repeatedly.
The last sentence talks about what he usually
does, and then about what he is
doing right now– this time, rather than often or all the time. So the last
‘get’ is in the present continuous tense, because it’s going on now.) For the
next answers see the link at the bottom of the page.
5. I (like, likes, am liking) to read.
6. Does Jim (like, likes, is liking) to
7. Every weekday morning at 8 A.M. Josh
(go, goes, is going) to work.
8. Many mornings when I (wake, wakes, am
waking) up, I (hear, hears, am hearing)
the birds singing.
9. Sarah (take, takes, is taking) the bus
to work often.
10. She (live, lives, is living) too far
from her work to walk.
11. Do you (know, knows, are knowing) the
12. It’s 10:30. Are you (ask, asks, asking) because you don’t
(have, has, is having) a watch?
13. No. I (have, has, am having) a watch,
but I (have, has, am having) trouble seeing right now, after an eye exam.
14. Some high school students don’t even
(try, tries, are trying) to answer questions in class.
15. For example, Bill (come, comes, is
coming) to class every day, but he never (give, gives, is giving) the answer to
the teacher’s questions.
16. He always (leave, leaves, is leaving)
the moment the bell rings.
Click here for the answers to Present Tense Verbs.
The simple past tense of regular verbs ends in -ed. It’s easy to form, and not hard to spell or pronounce if you learn a few easy rules.
Learn irregular verbs more easily with the patterns in these 12 lists.
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04 TK: Could You Say It One More Time, Please? – Bạn Có Thể Làm Ơn Nói Lại 1 Lần Nữa Không?
Các bạn lấy 1 quyển tập mới, mỗi ngày học được thêm câu nào, các bạn ghi vào đó nha… đánh số thứ tự để mình biết được mình học được bao nhiêu câu…
Ngoài ra, cũng nên có 1 quyển tập để chép từ mới nữa… ghi chép lại như vậy sẽ giúp chúng ta rất nhiều trong quá trình học, giúp mình ôn lại bài cũ dễ dàng hơn và nhớ được lâu hơn nữa!
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Action verbs accompanied by beautiful animated images, so that students should better comprehend the meaning of the words.
03 Frank: When/Where Were You Born? – Bạn Sinh Ra Khi Nào/Tại Đâu?
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The microphone I
TAKE (took, TAKen). You SHAKE (shook, SHAken).
WAKE (woke, WOken) to the STYLE Im creAting.
THINK (thought, THOUGHT). SEEK (sought, SOUGHT).
LISten to the LESson that I TEACH (taught, TAUGHT).
Dont SLEEP (slept, SLEPT). I CREEP (crept, CREPT).
I SNEAK (snuck, SNUCK UP). You LEAP (leapt, LEAPT).
I KEEP (kept, KEPT) HAVing FUN.
Im never BEAT (beat, BEAten); I WIN (won, WON).
DO (did, DONE). BeGIN (began, beGUN).
SHOOT (shot, SHOT)—no, I DONT own a GUN.
I LEAD (led, LED) so I can FEED (fed, FED).
the KNOWledge you NEED, STRAIGHT to your HEAD.
When I BRING (brought, BROUGHT) it, you CATCH (caught, CAUGHT) it.
Sit BACKreLAX. Dont FIGHT (fought, FOUGHT) it.
FREEZE (froze, FROzen) when I SPEAK (spoke, SPOken).
Its REAL. You can FEEL I dont STEAL (stole, STOlen).
I CHOOSE (chose, CHOsen) the VERy best RHYMES and
WRITE (wrote, WRITten) them INto my LINES and
INto your MIND. When we MEET (met, MET)
Ill BET (bet, BET) I wont LET you forGET
(forGOTforGOTten). I GET (got, GOTten)
EVery head NODding. Dont THINK about STOPping
just COME (came, COME).
THIS is hip hop. I dont SING (sang, SUNG).
I STING (stung, STUNG). I CLING (clung, CLUNG).
On EACH and every WORD, you HANG (hung, HUNG).
Its not enough to
DREAM (dreamt, DREAMT); youve got to SPEND (spent, SPENT)
TIME on your GOALS. Please LEND (lent, LENT) me your
EAR. Come NEAR and Ill LAY (laid, LAID)
DOWN this new SOUND that I MAKE (made, MADE).
I HOPE you dont SAY that you THINK its JUNK.
I HOPE you dont THINK that I STINK (stank, STUNK).
If youre THIRSty for ENGlish, come DRINK (drank, DRUNK).
because I SINK (sank, SUNK) ALL compeTItion when they
HEAR (heard, HEARD) that I GIVE (gave, GIVen)
encouragement when I SPIT (spat, SPAT).
Never QUIT (quit, QUIT); dont SIT (sat, SAT).
Yeah, I LIKE it like THAT. Ill even KNEEL (knelt, KNELT).
and BEG you to exPRESS what you FEEL (felt, FELT).
I RISE (rose, RISen) when I DRIVE (drove, DRIVen) through
the BEAT; tap your FEET as you RIDE (rode, RIDden).
Those that HIDE (hid, HIDden) I FIND (found, FOUND).
If you FLEE (fled, FLED) then Ill TRACK you DOWN.
Now you SEE (saw, SEEN) that I MEAN (meant, MEANT)
every WORD of the MESsage that I SEND (sent, SENT).
I SHOW (showed, SHOWN) I can FLY (flew, FLOWN).
Now you KNOW (knew, KNOWN) I SHINE (shone, SHONE).
Ill THROW (threw, THROWN) you the BALL. Its your TURN.
GROW (grew, GROWN) with the VERBS that youve LEARNED.
GRAMmar through LYRics I DRAW (drew, DRAWN).
PEACE to elLS, now I GO (went, GONE)!
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