IRREGULAR VERB LIST FOR ELEMENTARY LEVEL

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LIST OF 70 BASIC IRREGULAR VERBS

TIP: IT IS A GOOD IDEA TO LEARN THE PAST PARTICIPLE AT THE SAME TIME AS THE PAST SIMPLE.

Don’t forget to learn the meaning of the verbs! You can find the translations here.

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Past Simple

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NB-1 LISTENING – WHAT DID YOU DO YESTERDAY?

NOW GO TO REAL ENGLISH. FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS. EXERCISE 1 AND EXERCISE 2.

 

THEN YOU CAN WATCH THE SUBTITLED VERSION

 

NB-1 PAST SIMPLE – (GLOG)

NB – 1 PAST REGULAR VERBS – PRONUNCIATION “-ed”

Pronunciation of Final “-ed” = /t/ /d/ /id/

1) [t] final sound

Verbs ending in voiceless sounds [p, k, θ, f, s, ʃ, tʃ] cause the “-ed” ending to be pronounced as the voiceless [t] (with no vocal chord vibration).

2) [d] final sound

Verbs ending in the voiced sounds [b, g, ð, v, z, ʒ, dʒ, m, n, ŋ, r, l] cause the “-ed” ending to be pronounced as a voiced [d] (with vocal chord vibration).

3) [ɪd] final sound

Verbs ending in the sounds [t] or [d] will cause the “-ed” ending of a verb to be pronounced as the syllable [ɪd] (with an extra syllable).

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REGULAR PAST PRONUNCIATION

LISTEN TO YOUR TEACHER AND CLASSIFY THE VERBS ACCORDING TO THEIR PRONUNCIATION:

reg verb pron

EXAMPLES WITH AUDIO

PRACTICE WITH THESE TEXTS

DO A QUIZ 

HERE’S A CUTE QUIZ

A TEACHER RAPPING WITH REGULAR VERBS IN THE PAST:

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