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Regular and Irregular Verbs

English Verb Forms

by Manik Joshi

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More than 2500 Regular and 275 Irregular Verbs in EnglishThis Book Covers the Following Topics:01. Regular Verbs01A. Regular Verbs — Pattern - 101B. Regular Verbs — Pattern - 201C. Regular Verbs — Pattern - 301D. Regular Verbs — Pattern - 402. Irregular Verbs02A. Irregular Verbs — Pattern - 102B. Irregular Verbs — Pattern - 202C. Irregular Verbs — Pattern - 302D. Irregular Verbs — Important NotesSample This:01. Regular VerbsRegular verbs form their past tense and past participle by adding "-ed" in base (simple present) form. Patterns for making past tense and past participle of a regular Verb are as follows:A: Base form (simple present) doesn't end in "e". We add "-ed" in base form to make the past tense and past participle.Example: abandon — abandoned — abandonedB: Base form (simple present) ends in "e". We add "-d" in base form to make the past tense and past participle.Example: abase — abased — abasedC: We repeat the last letter of the base form (simple present) in the past tense and past participle before adding "-ed".Example: rag — ragged — raggedD: Base form (simple present) ends in "y" (and there is consonant before "y"). We replace "y" with "i" in the past tense and past participle before adding "-ed".Example: accompany — accompanied — accompanied 01A. Regular Verbs — Pattern - 1Base form (simple present) doesn't end in "e". We add "-ed" in base form to make the past tense and past participle.001. abandon — abandoned — abandoned002. abolish — abolished — abolished003. abscond — absconded — absconded004. abseil — abseiled — abseiled005. absorb — absorbed — absorbed006. abstain — abstained — abstained007. accept — accepted — accepted008. acclaim — acclaimed — acclaimed009. accord — accorded — accorded010. accost — accosted — accosted011. account — accounted — accounted012. accredit — accredited — accredited013. act — acted — acted014. adapt — adapted — adapted015. add — added — added016. address — addressed — addressed017. adjust — adjusted — adjusted018. admonish — admonished — admonished019. adopt — adopted — adopted020. adorn — adorned — adorned021. afflict — afflicted — afflicted022. affront — affronted — affronted023. ail — ailed — ailed024. alight — alighted — alighted025. allay — allayed — allayed026. annex — annexed — annexed027. annoy — annoyed — annoyed028. anoint — anointed — anointed029. answer — answered — answered030. appeal — appealed — appealed031. appear — appeared — appeared032. append — appended — appended033. applaud — applauded — applauded034. appoint — appointed — appointed035. apportion — apportioned — apportioned036. approach — approached — approached037. arraign — arraigned — arraigned038. arrest — arrested — arrested039. ascend — ascended — ascended040. ask — asked — asked041. assail — assailed — assailed042. assault — assaulted — assaulted043. assent — assented — assented044. assign — assigned — assigned045. assist — assisted — assisted046. astonish — astonished — astonished047. astound — astounded — astounded048. attach — attached — attached049. attack — attacked — attacked050. attempt — attempted — attempted051. attend — attended — attended052. attract — attracted — attracted053. augment — augmented — augmented054. augur — augured — augured055. avert — averted — averted056. avoid — avoided — avoided057. avow — avowed — avowed058. award — awarded — awarded059. badger — badgered — badgered060. bait — baited — baited061. banish — banished — banished062. bankroll — bankrolled — bankrolled063. banter — bantered — bantered064. barrack — barracked — barracked065. barter — bartered — bartered066. bash — bashed — bashed067. batter — battered — battered068. baulk — baulked — baulked069. bawl — bawled — bawled070. beckon — beckoned — beckoned

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Manik Joshi
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Smashwords Edition
Publication Date:
2016

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Manik Joshi (Author)

Manik Joshi was born on Jan 26, 1979 at Ranikhet and is permanent resident of Haldwani, Kumaon zone of India. He is an Internet Marketer by profession. He is interested in domaining (business of buying and selling domain names), web designing (cre...

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