IRREGULAR VERBS

LEARNING THE IRREGULAR VERBS
This list is to help you learn the most common irregular verbs in English., e.g. do, did, done
do – the first word is the infinitive or the bare form of the verb
did – the second word is the past form of the verb
done – the third is the past participle of the verb (used in perfect tenses & the passive)
No change! = A – A – A
cost cost cost
cut cut cut
let let let
put put put
read read* read* *pronounced /red/
One change
Past form and past participle are the same = A – B – B
build built built bring brought brought
feel felt felt buy bought bought
get got got catch caught caught
hear heard heard think thought thought
keep kept kept
lend lent lent
lose lost lost find found found
meet met met have had had
send sent sent make made made
sit sat sat pay paid paid
sleep slept slept say said said
spend spent spent sell sold sold
tell told told
win won won understand understood understood
One change – A – B – A 
become became become
come came come
All different A – B – C

be was/were been
do did done
go went gone / been
begin began begun give gave given
break broke broken grow grew grown
choose chose chosen know knew known
drive drove driven ring rang rung
drink drank drunk see saw seen
eat ate eaten speak spoke spoken
fall fell fallen swim swam swum
fly flew flown take took taken
forget forgot forgotten wake woke woken
write wrote written

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