Infinitive answer arrive ask be i borrow break i buy i catch i clean climb collect come i compose cook cut

i dance describe discover do i drink i drive i eat i enjoy fall i feel i find i fly i forget i give i go i happen have i help hurt i invent invite kill know i lend i leave i lie i like live look love

Simple Past answered arrived asked was / were borrowed broke bought caught cleaned climbed collected came composed cooked cut danced described discovered did drank drove ate enjoyed fell felt found flew forgot gave went happened had helped hurt invented invited killed knew lent left lay liked lived looked loved

Past Participle answered arrived asked been borrowed broken bought caught cleaned climbed collected come composed cooked cut danced described discovered done drunk driven eaten enjoyed fallen felt found flown forgotten given gone happened had helped hurt invented invited killed known lent left lain liked lived looked loved

Spanish responder llegar preguntar ser tomar prestado romper comprar atrapar limpiar escalar colleccionar venir componer cocinar cortar bailar describir descubrir hacer beber conducir comer disfrutar caer sentir encontrar volar olvidar dar ir suceder tener ayudar herir, doler inventar invitar matar saber prestar dejar yacer gustar vivir mirar amar

devolver llamar por teléfono ahorrar decir buscar ver vender sentarse patinar esquiar dormir oler hablar gastar comenzar quedarse detener estudiar sobrevivir nadar tomar hablar enseñar decir pensar lanzar tocar intentar usar visitar .make i meet i miss open pack pay i phone play prefer prepare push put i rain read i remember rent rescue return ring i save say i search see i sell i sit i skate ski sleep i smell speak i spend i start stay stop study survive swim i take i talk teach i tell i think i throw i touch try use visit made met missed opened packed paid phoned played preferred prepared pushed put rained read remembered rented rescued returned rang saved said searched saw sold sat skated skied slept smelled spoke spent started stayed stopped studied survived swam took talked taught told thought threw touched tried used visited made met missed opened packed paid phoned played preferred prepared pushed put rained read remembered rented rescued returned rung saved said searched seen sold sat skated skied slept smelled spoken spent started stayed stopped studied survived swum taken talked taught told thought thrown touched tried used visited hacer conocer. extrañar abrir empacar pagar llamar por teléfono jugar preferir preparar empujar poner llover leer recordar alquilar rescatar volver. encontrar perder.

wait walk want wash watch wear i work write i waited walked wanted washed watched wore worked wrote waited walked wanted washed watched worn worked written esperar caminar querer lavar mirar llevar puesto trabajar escribir Irregular verbs (most common) infinitive to go I go he goes I don't go he doesn't go simple past went I went he went I didn't go he didn't go past participle gone I have gone he has gone I haven't gone he hasn't gone infinitive be I am he is we are beat become begin bet* blow break bring build burst buy catch choose come cost cut deal do draw simple past was/were I was he was we were beat became began bet blew broke brought built burst bought caught chose came cost cut dealt did drew past participle been I have been he has been we have been beaten become begun bet blown broken brought built burst bought caught chosen come cost cut dealt done drawn .

drink drive eat fall feed feel fight find fly forget freeze get give go grow hang have hear hide hit hold hurt keep know lay lead leave lend let lie light* lose make mean meet pay put read ride ring rise drank drove ate fell fed felt fought found flew forgot froze got gave went grew hung had heard hid hit held hurt kept knew laid led left lent let lay lit lost made meant met paid put read rode rang rose drunk driven eaten fallen fed felt fought found flown forgotten frozen got. gotten (AE) given gone grown hung had heard hidden hit held hurt kept known laid led left lent let lain lit lost made meant met paid put read ridden rung risen .

ran said saw sold sent set shook stole shone shot showed shut sang sank sat slept slid spoke spent sprang stood stuck swore swept swam swung took taught tore told thought threw understood woke wore wove won wrote run said seen sold sent set shaken stolen shone shot shown shut sung sunk sat slept slid spoken spent sprung stood stuck sworn swept swum swung taken taught torn told thought thrown understood woken worn woven won written .run say see sell send set shake steal shine shoot show* shut sing sink sit sleep slide speak spend spring stand stick swear sweep swim swing take teach tear tell think throw understand wake* wear weave win write * regular form (+ -ed) also possible.

don't they? He won't agree with me. 3. will he?  Positive agreement / inclusion: I went to the beach last weekend. I don't. and especially in American English. There are three exceptions to this rule: 1.The trend.Neither have I. Simple present positive: She works at a bank. infinitive burn dream learn smell spell simple past burnt dreamt learnt smelt spelt past participle burnt dreamt learnt smelt spelt Auxiliary verbs are conjugated depending on the subject of a sentence. . Positive imperative statements: Hurry up! There are also a number of short forms that take ONLY the auxiliary form of the verb:  Yes / No answer short forms: Do you live in England? . They didn't come to the party last night. is to standardize the irregular verbs. she has.Neither will I.  Negative agreement / inclusion: They haven't worked here long. .  Question tags: They enjoy learning English. 2. . Has she been to Paris? . Simple past positive: He bought a new TV last week. .No. We do not foresee all the irregular verbs ever being standardized.So did I. We won't be able to come next week.Yes. I'm working very hard at the moment.So is she. What are you doing tomorrow afternoon? Knowing correct auxiliary verb usage is key to tense usage. but some of the more minor variations in less commonly used words will probably disappear in the next genration or two. Every tense takes an auxiliary form of the verb. Here are a few examples of auxiliary verbs: Tom has lived in Boston for twenty years. in English. The following English irregular verbs are now obsolete and use the standard past and participle forms (-ed). . I was cooking dinner when you telephoned.

HAD Past perfect and past perfect continuous: He had eaten by the time I arrived. WAS / WERE Past continuous: I was watching TV when you arrived. They take the bus. She is going to study medicine at university. WILL / WON'T Future with 'will': .Here is a quick overview of auxiliary verb usage: DO / DOES Used simple present question and negative forms: What time does he get up? They don't drive to work. She had been studying for two hours when he finally telephoned. IS / ARE / AM Used in present continuous and for the future with 'going to': They are working hard at the moment. DID Used in simple past question and negative forms: When did they arrive yesterday? He didn't finish his homework last week. What were they doing while you were cooking dinner? HAVE / HAS Present perfect and present perfect continuous: How long have you lived here? I've been working since seven this morning.

Retreived from About.com .What will the weather be like tomorrow? He won't understand.

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