REGULAR AND IRREGULAR VERBS. (REGULAR VERBS (Regular verbs are those in…
REGULAR AND IRREGULAR VERBS.
Regular verbs are those in wich, -d, or -ed, must be added to the infinitive in both the simple past and the participle.
REGULAR VERBS TO PAST
To converted regular verbs into past tense, we must add (ed), (ied) or (d) to the basic form of the verb.
Ask - asked. Walk - walked. Cry - cryed. Close - closed. Chang-changed.
Irregular verbs change shape and sound when conjugated without following a typical pattern.
Go - Whent Arise - Arose Sing - Sang Blow - Bleau Awake - Awoke
Advise - Advised Balance - Balanced Live - Lived
Arrive - Arrived
Dance - Danced
Belong - Belonged Answer - answered Blind - Blinded
Burn - Burned
Call - Called
Dry - Dried
Fry - Fried
Hurry - Hurried Carry - Carried
Study - Studied