Verbs for Work - Irregular Verbs

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Verbs for work:

Verbs for work Irregular verbs

Be Careful:

Be Careful

Break Down:

Break Down

Break:

Break

Build:

Build

Catch:

Catch

Catch Up:

Catch Up

Come:

Come

Come Apart:

Come Apart

Cut:

Cut

Cut Out:

Cut Out

Cut Off:

Cut Off

Do Over:

Do Over

Draw:

Draw

Fall Apart:

Fall Apart

Feel:

Feel

Find:

Find

Find Out:

Find Out

Get:

Get

Give:

Give

Give Back:

Give Back

Give Up:

Give Up

Go:

Go

Go Ahead:

Go Ahead

Go Away:

Go Away

Hang:

Hang

Hang On:

Hang On

Hit:

Hit

Hold:

Hold

Hold On:

Hold On

Hold Up:

Hold Up

Keep:

Keep

Keep Doing:

Keep Doing

Know:

Know

Leave:

Leave

Leave Out:

Leave Out

Make:

Make

Make Up:

Make Up

Pay Attention:

Pay Attention

Put Away:

Put Away

Put Back:

Put Back

Put Down:

Put Down

Put Off:

Put Off

Put On:

Put On

Read:

Read

Re-do:

Re-do

Run Out:

Run Out

Say:

Say

See:

See

Send:

Send

Send Back:

Send Back

Set:

Set

Set Up:

Set Up

Shut Down:

Shut Down

Shut Off:

Shut Off

Stand:

Stand

Sweep:

Sweep

Take:

Take

Take Off:

Take Off

Tell:

Tell

Think:

Think

Throw:

Throw

Throw Away:

Throw Away

Try:

Try

Try Again:

Try Again

Understand:

Understand

Write:

Write

What about you?:

What about you? What do you say if you don’t understand your supervisor? What do you put away at the end of your shift? “When I learned how to __ (do what?)__ I had to try and try again .” What do you put on at the start of your shift? Did you have to re-do anything last week? What time do you usually come to work? What do you read in English? Do you hang tools in your work area? What do you shut off at the end of your shift? What do you throw away at your work station?

Homework:

Homework Go through the slideshow one more time. Write down 10 new words on a “New Words” paper or on index cards. Memorize the words and show your teacher next week. Use your new words to write a past sentence , a present sentence , and a future sentence . Use your new words to write a past question , a present question , and a future question . Use your new words to make 5 questions that you can ask classmates. Next week, ask 3 different classmates your questions. (Or ask an English co-worker your questions!)

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