 Regular verbs – form by adding –e or –ed

to the infinitive: walk+e+d=walked answer+e+d=answered We pronounce: “-ed” as T for the voiceless sound ( last sound of the verb in the infinitive); asked, cooked, danced, helped. “-ed” as D for the voiced sound; answered, arrived, cleaned, died, rained. “-ed” as ID for the verbs ended in T or D; arrested, counted, decided, flooded. But: try-i+e+d=tried stay+e+d=stayed stop+p+e+d=stopped

” do” are used together with a main verb to give grammatical information and therefore add extra meaning to a sentence. Do you like pop music? She is cooking now. continuous. Where have you been? . the present simple. “have”.“be”. They are used to form the passive voice. a past simple and a past participle form) Be-was/were-been Bite-bit-bitten Blow-blew-blown  Auxiliary verbs . Ex: The eggs are delivered fresh from the farm. perfect tenses.(almost 400) have three different forms (a base form. Irregular verbs .

will/would  do not take "-s" in the third person: He can speak Chinese. even in Simple Present and Simple Past.  many modal verbs cannot be used in the past tenses or the future tenses. They might not come to the party. Modal verbs –can/could. may/might shall/should. must. He will can go with us. Not Correct She musted study very hard. He should not be late. She should be here by 9:00. Not Correct .  we use "not" to make modal verbs negative.

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