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Chapter Two. Irregular Verbs. Regular Verbs. Every verb has four principal parts:. Present Past Past Participle Present Participle. Regular Verbs. Present Past Past Participle Present Participle. These parts are used to build verb. Tenses. Regular Verbs. . . . and. Tenses Tell

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Chapter two

Chapter Two

Irregular Verbs


Regular verbs
Regular Verbs

Every verb has four principal parts:

  • Present

  • Past

  • Past Participle

  • Present Participle


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Regular Verbs

  • Present

  • Past

  • Past Participle

  • Present Participle

These parts are used to build verb

Tenses. . .


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Regular Verbs

. . . and

Tenses

Tell

Time.


Most verbs
Most verbs. . .

. . .in English are regular.

Like:

SHOUT.


Irregular verbs
Irregular Verbs. . .

. . . throw the rules out the window.

Except, thank goodness, for the present participle, which can still be formed by adding -ing to the base form of the verb.


Irregular verbs1
Irregular verbs. . .

. . .can otherwise be tricky.

For example, take the verb “bite.”

That’s the present tense.


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Irregular Verbs

  • The past tense of “bite” is “bit,” and the past participle is “bitten.” “Bited” just won’t do.

  • Remember, the present participle is still “biting.”


Let s review again
Let’s review again!

Present Past Past Present

Participle Participle

Bite Bit Bitten Biting


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Irregular Verbs. . .

. . . give just about everyone trouble from time to time.

When in doubt, consult the list in your text or your dictionary.


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