Stephen Wade Thomson - English Lessons
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Verbs: ALL CONJUGATIONS // IRREGULAR // CONDITIONAL // 3rd Person PRESENT // PHRASAL VERBS // PRACTICE
A curated selection of
THE MOST IMPORTANT IRREGULAR VERBS
What actions or other elements do you associate with these verbs? Try to make a phrase that goes well with each verb, and conjugate the phrase in present, past, and past perfect.
EXAMPLE: buy - bought - bought:

"buy the tickets in advance"
She always buys movie tickets in advance.
We bought the tickets for tonight's show in advance.
They refused to let us enter, even though we had bought tickets in advance.


PRESENT - PAST - PERFECT

be - was, were - been
become - became - become
begin - began - begun
bite - bit - bitten
break - broke - broken
buy - bought - bought
bring - brought - brought
catch - caught - caught
choose - chose - chosen
come - came - come
cut - cut - cut
do - did - done
drink - drank - drunk
drive - drove - driven
eat - ate - eaten
fall - fell - fallen
feel - felt - felt
find - found - found
fly - flew - flown
forget - forgot - forgotten
get - got - gotten
give - gave - given
go - went - gone
grow - grew - grown
have - had - had
hear - heard - heard
hide - hid - hidden
hit - hit - hit
hold - held - held
keep - kept - kept
know - knew - known
let - let - let
lose - lost - lost
make - made - made
meet - met - met
put - put - put
pay - paid - paid
rise - rose - risen
read - read - read
run - ran - run
see - saw - seen
say - said - said
sell - sold - sold
send - sent - sent
steal - stole - stolen
sleep - slept - slept
sing - sang - sung
sit - sat - sat
stand - stood - stood
stick - stuck - stuck
take - took - taken
teach - taught - taught
tell - told - told
think - thought - thought
wake up - woke up- woken up
write - wrote - written