Principal parts of irregular verbs
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Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs. By Cheryl Hamilton Grade 5. Irregular Verbs. When irregular verbs are used in different tenses, they do not following the rules like other verbs do. Irregular Verbs.

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Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs

By

Cheryl Hamilton

Grade 5


Irregular Verbs

  • When irregular verbs are used in different tenses, they do not following the rules like other verbs do.


Irregular Verbs

  • Instead of having “ed” forms to show past tense, irregular verbs usually change to other words.


Example

  • Present Tense

  • The students set up the experiments.


Example

  • Present Participle

  • The students are setting up the experiments.


Example

Past Tense

The students set up the experiments.


Example

  • Past Participle

  • The students have set up the experiments.


Common Irregular Verbs

  • Present Tense Present Participle Past Tense Past Participle

  • bring (am, is, are) bringing brought (has, have, had) brought

  • build (am, is, are) building built (has, have, had) built

  • come (am, is, are) coming came (has, have, had) come

  • draw (am, is, are) drawing drew (has, have, had) drawn

  • eat (am, is, are) eating ate (has, have, had) eaten

  • find (am, is, are) finding found (has, have, had) found

  • grow (am, is, are) growing grew(has, have, had) grown

  • run (am, is, are) running ran (has, have, had) run

  • set (am, is, are) setting set (has, have, had) set

  • speak (am, is, are) speaking spoke (has, have, had) spoken

  • tell (am, is, are) telling told (has, have, had) told


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