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English Grammar

 
Irregular Verb
Simple Past
Past Participle
arise
arose
arisen
awake
awakened / awoke
awakened / awoken
backslide
backslid
backslidden / backslid
be
was, were
been
bear
bore
born / borne
beat
beat
beaten / beat
become
became
become
begin
began
begun
bend
bent
bent
bet
bet / betted
bet / betted
bid
bid
bid
bid 
bid / bade
bidden
bind
bound
bound
bite
bit
bitten
bleed
bled
bled
blow
blew
blown
break
broke
broken
breed
bred
bred
bring
brought
brought
broadcast
broadcast / broadcasted
broadcast / broadcasted
browbeat
browbeat
browbeaten / browbeat
build
built
built
burn
burned / burnt 
burned / burnt 
burst
burst
burst
bust
busted / bust
busted / bust
buy
bought
bought
cast
cast
cast
catch
caught
caught
choose
chose
chosen
cling
clung
clung
clothe
clothed / clad [?]
clothed / clad [?]
come
came
come
cost
cost
cost
creep
crept
crept
crossbreed
crossbred
crossbred
cut
cut
cut
daydream
daydreamed / daydreamt 
daydreamed / daydreamt 
deal
dealt
dealt
dig
dug
dug
disprove
disproved
disproved / disproven
dive 
dived / dove
dived
dive 
dove / dived
dived
do
did
done
draw
drew
drawn
dream
dreamed / dreamt 
dreamed / dreamt 
drink
drank
drunk
drive
drove
driven
dwell
dwelt / dwelled 
dwelt / dwelled 
eat
ate
eaten
fall
fell
fallen
feed
fed
fed
feel
felt
felt
fight
fought
fought
find
found
found
fit (be right size)
fit / fitted 
fit / fitted 
fit (tailor, change size)
fitted / fit 
fitted / fit 
flee
fled
fled
fling
flung
flung
fly
flew
flown
forbid
forbade
forbidden
forecast
forecast
forecast
forego 
forewent
foregone
foresee
foresaw
foreseen
foretell
foretold
foretold
forget
forgot
forgotten / forgot 
forgive
forgave
forgiven
forsake
forsook
forsaken
freeze
froze
frozen
frostbite
frostbit
frostbitten
get
got
gotten / got
give
gave
given
go
went
gone
grind
ground
ground
grow
grew
grown
hand-feed
hand-fed
hand-fed
handwrite
handwrote
handwritten
hang
hung
hung
have
had
had
hear
heard
heard
hew
hewed
hewn / hewed
hide
hid
hidden
hit
hit
hit
hold
held
held
hurt
hurt
hurt
inbreed
inbred
inbred
inlay
inlaid
inlaid
input
input / inputted
input / inputted
interbreed
interbred
interbred
interweave
interwove / interweaved
interwoven / interweaved
interwind
interwound
interwound
jerry-build
jerry-built
jerry-built
keep
kept
kept
kneel
knelt / kneeled
knelt / kneeled
knit
knitted / knit
knitted / knit
know
knew
known
lay
laid
laid
lead
led
led
lean
leaned / leant
leaned / leant 
leap
leaped / leapt
leaped / leapt 
learn
learned / learnt
learned / learnt 
leave
left
left
lend
lent
lent
let
let
let
lie
lay
lain
lie (not tell truth) REGULAR
lied
lied
light
lit / lighted
lit / lighted
lip-read
lip-read
lip-read
lose
lost
lost
make
made
made
mean
meant
meant
meet
met
met
miscast
miscast
miscast
misdeal
misdealt
misdealt
misdo
misdid
misdone
mishear
misheard
misheard
mislay
mislaid
mislaid
mislead
misled
misled
mislearn
mislearned / mislearnt 
mislearned / mislearnt 
misread
misread
misread
misset
misset
misset
misspeak
misspoke
misspoken
misspell
misspelled / misspelt
misspelled / misspelt
misspend
misspent
misspent
mistake
mistook
mistaken
misteach
mistaught
mistaught
misunderstand
misunderstood
misunderstood
miswrite
miswrote
miswritten
mow
mowed
mowed / mown
offset
offset
offset
outbid
outbid
outbid
outbreed
outbred
outbred
outdo
outdid
outdone
outdraw
outdrew
outdrawn
outdrink
outdrank
outdrunk
outdrive
outdrove
outdriven
outfight
outfought
outfought
outfly
outflew
outflown
outgrow
outgrew
outgrown
outleap
outleaped / outleapt 
outleaped / outleapt 
outlie (not tell truth) REGULAR
outlied
outlied
outride
outrode
outridden
outrun
outran
outrun
outsell
outsold
outsold
outshine
outshined / outshone [?]
outshined / outshone [?]
outshoot
outshot
outshot
outsing
outsang
outsung
outsit
outsat
outsat
outsleep
outslept
outslept
outsmell
outsmelled / outsmelt 
outsmelled / outsmelt 
outspeak
outspoke
outspoken
outspeed
outsped
outsped
outspend
outspent
outspent
outswear
outswore
outsworn
outswim
outswam
outswum
outthink
outthought
outthought
outthrow
outthrew
outthrown
outwrite
outwrote
outwritten
overbid
overbid
overbid
overbreed
overbred
overbred
overbuild
overbuilt
overbuilt
overbuy
overbought
overbought
overcome
overcame
overcome
overdo
overdid
overdone
overdraw
overdrew
overdrawn
overdrink
overdrank
overdrunk
overeat
overate
overeaten
overfeed
overfed
overfed
overhang
overhung
overhung
overhear
overheard
overheard
overlay
overlaid
overlaid
overpay
overpaid
overpaid
override
overrode
overridden
overrun
overran
overrun
oversee
oversaw
overseen
oversell
oversold
oversold
oversew
oversewed
oversewn / oversewed
overshoot
overshot
overshot
oversleep
overslept
overslept
overspeak
overspoke
overspoken
overspend
overspent
overspent
overspill
overspilled / overspilt
overspilled / overspilt 
overtake
overtook
overtaken
overthink
overthought
overthought
overthrow
overthrew
overthrown
overwind
overwound
overwound
overwrite
overwrote
overwritten
partake
partook
partaken
pay
paid
paid
plead
pleaded / pled
pleaded / pled
prebuild
prebuilt
prebuilt
predo
predid
predone
premake
premade
premade
prepay
prepaid
prepaid
presell
presold
presold
preset
preset
preset
preshrink
preshrank
preshrunk
proofread
proofread
proofread
prove
proved
proven / proved
put
put
put
quick-freeze
quick-froze
quick-frozen

Irregular Verb

Vocabulary

 
Word
Meaning
stupendous
extremely impressive.
Void
Emptiness
toss
lift, pull, haul
Revitalize
Boost, cheer 
Rule the roost
be in complete control, Dominate
Petrified
frightened
Paradisiacal
heavenly, divine, godlike, godly
Gleaming
Very Shiny
Heave
Lift, pull, hoist, raise
Hearken
Attend, Hear, Heed
Exuberant
Cheerful, profound, hearty, vivacious, ebullient
Excruciating
Very painful
Despondency
Heartache, Desolation
Destitute
Very poor
Deafening
Very noisy
Chilling
frightening
Colossal
Extremely large
Clandestine
Planned or done in secret
Charisma
Some people have a natural ability to influence other people 
Capricious
Changing mood or behavior suddenly and unexpectedly
Candid
honest and telling the truth
Cacophony
an unpleasant mixture of sounds, harsh sound
Belligerent
Wish to like or argue
Bland
Dull or boring, lacking taste or strong flavors (for food)
Beguile
to persuade, attract or interest someone, sometimes in order to deceive them
Benefactor
Someone who gives money to help an organization, society, person
Baffle
Confused, Unable to understand 
Ascetic
Avoiding physical pleasure and living a simple life often for religious sake
Amass
Accumulate
Alacrity
Promptness, Eagerness, Readiness 
 
 

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