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Lista de VERBOS REGULARES en inglés con

pronunciación:
PASADO Y
INFINITIVO TRANSC. PRON. ESPAÑOL
PARTICIPIO
Act Acted ˈæktɪd id Actuar
Add Added ˈædɪd id Sumar, Añadir
Ask Asked ɑːskt t Preguntar, Pedir
Answer Answered ˈɑːnsəd d Responder
Arrive Arrived əˈraɪvd d Arribar
Brush Brushed brʌʃt t Cepillar
Belong Belonged bɪˈlɒŋd d Pertenecer
Beg Begged bɛgd d Suplicar, Mendigar
Believe Believed bɪˈliːvd d Creer
Close Closed kləʊzd d Cerrar
Cook Cooked kʊkt t Cocinar
Call Called kɔːld d Llamar
Change Changed ʧeɪnʤd d Cambiar
Charge Charged ʧɑːʤd d Cargar, Cobrar
Clean Cleaned kliːnd d Limpiar
Cry Cried kraɪd d Llorar
Dance Danced dɑːnst t Bailar
Dress Dressed drɛst t Vestir
Die Died daɪd d Morir
Dry Dried draɪd d Secar
Enjoy Enjoyed ɪnˈʤɔɪd d Disfrutar
Explain Explained ɪksˈpleɪnd d Explicar
Follow Followed ˈfɒləʊd d Seguir
Finish Finished ˈfɪnɪʃt t Terminar
Help Helped hɛlpt t Ayudar
Hope Hoped həʊpt t Esperar, Desear
Happen Happened ˈhæpənd d Suceder
Imagine Imagined ɪˈmæʤɪnd d Imaginar
Kiss Kissed kɪst t Besar
Kill Killed kɪld d Matar
Laugh Laughged Laughged t Reir
Like Liked laɪkt t Gustar
Look Looked lʊkt t Mirar
Miss Missed mɪst t Extrañar
Marry Married ˈmærɪd d Casar (Se)
Open Opened ˈəʊpənd d Abrir
Play Played pleɪd d Jugar, Tocar
Prefer Prefered priˈfɜːd d Preferir
Promise Promised ˈprɒmɪst t Prometer
Repeat Repeated rɪˈpiːtɪd id Repetir
Rain Rained reɪnd d Llover
Remember Remembered rɪˈmɛmbəd d Recordar
Smile Smiled smaɪld d Sonreir
Study Studied ˈstʌdɪd d Estudiar
Smoke Smoked sməʊkt t Fumar
Stop Stopped stɒpt t Detener, Parar
Talk Talked tɔːkt t Conversar
Thank Thanked θæŋkt t Agradecer
Touch Touched tʌʧt t Tocar, Palpar
Use Used juːzd t Usar
Visit Visited ˈvɪzɪtɪd id Visitar
Wait Waited ˈweɪtɪd id Esperar
Want Wanted ˈwɒntɪd id Querer, Requerir
Walk Walked wɔːkt t Caminar
Wash Washed wɒʃt t Lavar
Watch Watched wɒʧt t Observar, Mirar
Wish Wished wɪʃt t Desear, Anhelar
Work Worked wɜːkt t Trabajar
INFINITIVE PAST SIMPLE PAST PARTICIPLE SPANISH
Was /wɒz/
Be /biː/ Been /biːn/ Ser/estar
Were /wɜː/
Become /bɪˈkʌm/ Became /bɪˈkeɪm/ Become /bɪˈkʌm/ Llegar a ser/convertirse
Begin /bɪˈɡɪn/ Began /bɪˈɡæn/ Begun /bɪˈɡʌn/ Empezar
Blow /bləʊ/ Blew /bluː/ Blown /bluː/ Soplar
Break /breɪk/ Broke /brəʊk/ Broken /ˈbrəʊkən/ Romper
Bring /brɪŋ/ Brought /brɔːt/ Brought /brɔːt/ Traer
Build /bɪld/ Built /bɪlt/ Built /bɪlt/ Construir
Burn /bɜːn/ Burnt /bɜːnt/ Burnt /bɜːnt/ Quemar
Buy /baɪ/ Bought /bɔːt/ Bought /bɔːt/ Comprar
Can /kæn/ Could /kʊd/ – Poder
Catch /kætʃ/ Caught /kɔːt/ Caught /kɔːt/ Coger
Choose /tʃuːz/ Chose /tʃəʊz/ Chosen /tʃəʊz/ Elegir
Come /kʌm/ Came /keɪm/ Come /kʌm/ Venir
Cost /kɒst/ Cost /kɒst/ Cost /kɒst/ Costar
Cut /kʌt/ Cut /kʌt/ Cut /kʌt/ Cortar
Do /duː/ Did /dɪd/ Done /dʌn/ Hacer
Draw /drɔː/ Drew /drɔː/ Drawn /drɔːn/ Dibujar
Dream /driːm/ Dreamt /drɛmt/ Dreamt /drɛmt/ Soñar
Drink /drɪŋk/ Drank /dræŋk/ Drunk /drʌŋk/ Beber
Drive /draɪv/ Drove /drəʊv/ Driven /draɪv/ Conducir
Eat /iːt/ Ate /ɛt/ Eaten /ˈiːtn/ Comer
Fall /fɔːl/ Fell /fɛl/ Fallen /ˈfɔːlən/ Caer
Feel /fiːl/ Felt /fɛlt/ Felt /fɛlt/ Sentir
Fight /faɪt/ Fought /fɔːt/ Fought /fɔːt/ Luchar
Find /faɪnd/ Found /faʊnd/ Found /faʊnd/ Encontrar
Fly /flaɪ/ Flew /fluː/ Flown /fləʊn/ Volar
Forget /fəˈgɛt/ Forgot /fəˈgɒt/ Forgotten /fəˈgɒtn/ Olvidar
Get /gɛt/ Got /gɒt/ Got /gɒt/ Tener, obtener
Give /gɪv/ Gave /geɪv/ Given /gɪvn/ Dar
Go /gəʊ/ Went /wɛnt/ Gone /gɒn/ Ir
Have /hæv/ Had /hæd/ Had /hæd/ Tener
Hear /hɪə/ Heard /hɜːd/ Heard /hɜːd/ Oír
Know /nəʊ/ Knew /njuː/ Known /nəʊn/ Saber
Learn /lɜːn/ Learnt /lɜːnt/ Learnt /lɜːnt/ Aprender
Leave /liːv/ Left /lɛft/ Left /lɛft/ Dejar
Lose /luːz/ Lost /lɒst/ Lost /lɒst/ Perder
Make /meɪk/ Made /meɪd/ Made /meɪd/ Hacer
Meet /miːt/ Met /mɛt/ Met /mɛt/ Conocer, encontrar
Pay /peɪ/ Paid /peɪd/ Paid /peɪd/ Pagar
Put /pʊt/ Put /pʊt/ Put /pʊt/ Poner
Read /riːd/ Read /rɛd/ Read /rɛd/ Leer
Ride /raɪd/ Rode /rəʊd/ Ridden /ˈrɪdn/ Montar, ir
Ring /rɪŋ/ Rang /ræŋ/ Rung /rʌŋ/ Llamar por teléfono
Run /rʌn/ Ran /ræn/ Run /rʌn/ Correr
Say /seɪ/ Said /sɛd/ Said /sɛd/ Decir
See /siː/ Saw /sɔː/ Seen /siːn/ Ver
Send /sɛnd/ Sent /sɛnt/ Sent /sɛnt/ Enviar
Show /ʃəʊ/ Showed /ʃəʊd/ Shown /ʃəʊn/ Mostrar
Sing /sɪŋ/ Sang /sæŋ/ Sung /sʌŋ/ Cantar
Sleep /sliːp/ Slept /slɛpt/ Slept /slɛpt/ Dormir
Speak /spiːk/ Spoke /spəʊk/ Spoken /ˈspəʊkən/ Hablar
Spell /spɛl/ Spelt /spɛlt/ Spelt /spɛlt/ Deletrear
Spend /spɛnd/ Spent /spɛnt/ Spent /spɛnt/ Gastar
Swim /swɪm/ Swam /swæm/ Swum /swʌm/ Nadar
Take /teɪk/ Took /tʊk/ Taken /ˈteɪkən/ Tomar
Teach /tiːʧ/ Taught /tɔːt/ Taught /tɔːt/ Emseñar
Think /θɪŋk/ Thought /θɔːt/ Thought /θɔːt/ Pensar
Understand /ʌndəˈstænd/ Understood /ˌʌndəˈstʊd/ Understood /ˌʌndəˈstʊd/ Entender
Wear /wɪə/ Wore /wɔː/ Worn /wɔːn/ Llevar puesto
Win /wɪn/ Won /wʌn/ Won /wʌn/ Ganar
Write /raɪt/ Wrote /rəʊt/ Written /ˈrɪtn/ Escribir

Trucos para estudiar los verbos irregulares en inglés


Como podéis comprobar, estudiarse esta larga lista de verbos irregulares
en inglés puede ser un trabajo largo y duro. Por ese motivo, os propongo
un pequeño truco para ponerle solución. Este “truco” consiste en repartir
esta larga lista de verbos irregulares en pequeños grupos y así facilitar su
estudio.
Hay verbos irregulares que cumplen la misma regla que otros en sus
diferentes columnas, por esta razón vamos a dividirlos en los siguientes
grupos:

INFINITIVO, PASADO Y PARTICIPIO IGUALES


Cost (Costar) Cost Cost
Hit (Golpear) Hit Hit
Put (Poner) Put Put

INFINITIVO DE PRONUNCIACIÓN /i/ Y PARTICIPIO /e/


Read (Leer) Read Read

I–A–U
Ring (Llamar) Rang Rung
Swim (Nadar) Swam Swum

INFINITIVO ACABADO EN -D Y PARTICIPIO EN -T


Build (Construir) Built Built
Spend (Gastar/Pasar el tiempo) Spent Spent

PASADO Y PARTICIPIO EN –AU, –OU


Find (Encontrar) Found Found
Teach (Enseñar) Taught Taught
Think (Pensar) Thought Thought

PARTICIPIO CON SUFIJO –(E)N


Be (Ser/Estar) Was/were Been
Choose (Elegir) Chose Chosen
Drive (Conducir) Drove Driven

INFINITIVO Y PARTICIPIO IGUALES


Become (Volverse) Became Become
Come (Venir) Came Come
Run (Correr) Ran Run
PASADO Y PARTICIPIO IGUALES
Get (Obtener) Got Got
Have (Tener – auxiliar – ) Had Had
Hold (Agarrar/Sujetar) Held Held

AÑADIMOS –D O –T AL INFINITIVO
Hear (Oír, escuchar) Heard Heard
Learn (Aprender) Learnt Learnt
Lose (Perder) Lost Lost