Grammar: Irregular Verbs

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Irregular verbs are essential for achieving fluency in English, including American English, due to their unique patterns.

Form: These verbs change in unique ways, particularly in the past tense and past participle. They don't just add "-ed" like regular verbs.

Examples:

  • Present: "go", Past: "went", Past Participle: "gone"
  • Present: "write", Past: "wrote", Past Participle: "written"
  • Present: "sing", Past: "sang", Past Participle: "sung"

Usage: Irregular verbs are used in various times and situations in English, like in the past tense or when talking about something that has happened before.

Learning Strategy: The best way to learn these verbs is by remembering them and practicing often. It helps to use them in sentences.

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