Irregular Verbs

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Pronunciation of common irregular past tense verbs.

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Slide 1: 

The Most Commonly Used Irregular Past Tense Verbs

say : 

say

said : 

said

make : 

make

made : 

made

go : 

go

went : 

went

Slide 8: 

do

Slide 9: 

did

Slide 10: 

have

Slide 11: 

had

take : 

take

took : 

took

come : 

come

came : 

came

see : 

see

saw : 

saw

know : 

know

knew : 

knew

get : 

get

got : 

got

give : 

give

gave : 

gave

find : 

find

found : 

found

think : 

think

thought : 

thought

tell : 

tell

told : 

told

become : 

become

became : 

became

leave : 

leave

left : 

left

feel : 

feel

felt : 

felt

put : 

put

put : 

put

bring : 

bring

brought : 

brought

begin : 

begin

began : 

began

keep : 

keep

kept : 

kept

hold : 

hold

held : 

held

write : 

write

wrote : 

wrote

stand : 

stand

stood : 

stood

hear : 

hear

heard : 

heard

let : 

let

let : 

let

mean : 

mean

meant : 

meant

run : 

run

ran : 

ran

pay : 

pay

paid : 

paid

sit : 

sit

sat : 

sat

speak : 

speak

spoke : 

spoke

lie : 

lie

lay : 

lay

lead : 

lead

led : 

led

read : 

read

read : 

read

grow : 

grow

grew : 

grew

lose : 

lose

lost : 

lost

fall : 

fall

fell : 

fell

send : 

send

sent : 

sent

build : 

build

built : 

built

understand : 

understand

understood : 

understood

draw : 

draw

drew : 

drew

break : 

break

broke : 

broke

spend : 

spend

spent : 

spent

cut : 

cut

cut : 

cut

rise : 

rise

rose : 

rose

drive : 

drive

drove : 

drove

buy : 

buy

bought : 

bought

wear : 

wear

wore : 

wore

choose : 

choose

chose : 

chose

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