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watched

aim

aimed

work out

worked out

appear

appeared

phrasal verb

apply

applied

argue

argued

arrive

arrived

(be)iam/is/are

was/were

carry

carried

break

broke

clean up

cleaned up

bring

brought

collect

collected

buy

bought

compare

compared

come

came

donate

donated

do

did

enter

entered

drive

drove

evacuate

evacuated

eat

ate

excite

excited

fall

fell

fix

fixed

fall down

fell down

grab

grabbed

feel

felt

happen

happened

get

got

hire

hired

give

gave

learn

learned

go

went

listen

listened

go off

went off

live

lived

grow

grew

meditate

meditated

hear

heard

order

ordered

keep

kept

pick up

picked up

make

made

point

pointed

pay

paid

prevent

prevented

put

put

pull

pulled

ride

rode

recycle

recycled

see

saw

require

required

send

sent

reserve

reserved

sleep

slept

retire

retired

sleep in

slept in

return

returned

speak

spoke

separate

separated

spend

spent

sign

signed

stand

stood

sign up

signed up

sweep

swept

smell

smelled

take

took

smoke

smoking

tell

told

spell

spelled

think

thought

squeeze

squeezed

throw out

threw out

start

started

try

tried

stay

stayed

wear

wore

stay off

stayed off

withdraw

withdrew

use

used

write

wrote

use to

used to

phrasal verb

Irregular Verbs I Know

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Simple Past

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Phrasal verb = verb + preposition. These usually have a different meaning than the verb alone. I work every day = I go to my job every day. I work out every day = I exercise every day. Modal verb = a special kind of verb that we use to talk about certainty, advice, possibility, ability and others. I can work every day. = I have the ability I should work every day. = it’s a good idea if I work every day

Present Continuous Correct form of be + base form + ing He‘s walking to school right now. We use the present continuous to talk about an action taking place right now. I’m walking to work tomorrow because my car broke down. We can also use the present continuous to talk about the future.

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Present

Gerund= verb + ing. The gerund always works as a noun. Walking is quicker than driving.

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Simple Past

waited

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Present

wait

lic a

Regular Verbs I Know

Past Continuous Past form of be + base form + ing He was walking to school yesterday. We use the past continuous to talk about an action taking place at a certain time in the past. Future with will will + base form of verb I will walk to work next week. We use will to talk about actions in the future or offers. We use will for predictions, promises and when we have not made specific plans.

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