English Irregular Verbs
There are many Irregular Verbs in English which do not conform to the pattern. The principal parts of the English verb are the base form, the simple past, and the past participle. For regular verbs, the simple past and the past participle are spelled the same and are created by adding ed to the base form. However, there are many irregular verbs in English which do not conform to this pattern.
The additional forms of the verb in English are the s form (3rd person singular present), and the present participle, which is created by adding ing to the base form. There are no irregular forms of the present participle, so the spelling of any verb will adhere to the rules of spelling for regular inflection.
A comprehensive list of 619 English irregular verbs, including their base form, past simple, past participle and definitions is here below.
||To stop sleeping and become conscious
To make somebody stop sleeping
||To wait for or to stop somebody to rob them
||To have clothes on your body
||To make material
||To cry heavily
||To go, make your way
||To make something wet by applying a liquid to it
||To cut with whipsaw (a saw for two people)
||To be the best in a competition, game, election, etc.
||To turn something round to make a mechanical process operate
||To feed cattle in the winter when they can't graze
||To make wire
To make something last a long time, especially speech
||To remove money from a bank
To remove something from a place
||Not to let somebody have something
||To resist successfully
||To be accustomed
||To make physical or mental effort to produce or achieve something
To transport emotionally
||To cause or make something happen
||To put a lot of pressure on something to remove liquids
||To put words onto paper using a pen or pencil
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