101 Irregular Verbs – Past Tense in English

101 Irregular Verbs – Past Tense in English

August 27, 2019 73 By Luis Garrison


be – was / were They were happy. The boy was tired. become – became They became very angry. begin – began He began work at seven. bend – bent He bent over to pick up the newspaper. bet bet He bet all of his money. bite – bit The dog bit the postman. bleed – bled My finger bled for a while. blow – blew She blew some bubbles. break – broke She broke her pencil. bring – brought The waiter brought my order to the table. build – built The boy built a sand castle. buy – bought She bought many things at the shopping mall. catch – court He caught a small fish. choose – chose He chose something from the menu. come – came She came to my birthday party wearing a costume. cost cost It cost me a lot of money. cut – cut She cut the paper with a pair of
scissors. deal – dealt She dealt the cards to the other players. dig – dug The dog dug a hole in the backyard. do – did She did all her homework. draw – drew He drew another cartoon. drink – drank He drank a glass of water. drive – drove The clown drove a small car. eat – ate She ate all of the cake. fall – fell The bowling ball fell on his foot. feed – fed She fed the pigeons. feel – felt She felt cold. fight – fought They fought with pillows. find – found She found a coin on the ground. fly – flew The pilot flew to another city. forget – forgot I forgot what I had to do. forgive – forgave She forgave him. freeze – froze He froze outside in the blizzard. get – got He got the high score. give – gave My children gave me a birthday present. go – went The kids went to the local park to play. grow – grew Flowers grew under the hammock. hang – hung The monkey hung from the branch. have – had I had pancakes for breakfast. hear – heard She heard a sound coming from the box. hide – hid He hid his face. hit – hit The ball hit the back of her head. hold – held She held an egg in her hand. hurt – hurt You hurt my feelings. keep – kept He kept his tools in a toolbox. know – knew She knew the answer. lead – led He led his pet along the street. leave – left They left the office at five o’clock. lend – lent He lent me some money. let – let My boss let me leave work early. light – lit He lit a match. lose – lost He lost the match. make – made She made a chocolate cake. mean – meant I don’t know what you meant. meet – met We met for the first time yesterday. pay – paid She paid her taxes. put – put He put his suggestion in the box. quit – quit He quit his job last month. read – read I read the book in three days. ride rode She rode her horse. ring – rang He rang the doorbell. rise – rose Profits rose considerably last year. run – ran He ran in the marathon. say – said He said that he liked flowers. see – saw The pirates saw another ship in the distance. sell – sold He sold lemonade in front of his house. send – sent He sent a postcard. set – set He set the table. shake – shook Everything in the house shook during the earthquake. shine – shone He shone a flashlight to see where he was going. shoot – shot He shot at the target. shut – shut The boy shut his eyes. sing – sang She sang very well. sink – sank He slowly sank in the quicksand. sit – sat They sat on the park bench. sleep – slept He slept in the armchair. slide – slid She slid to second base. speak – spoke He spoke about how to be successful in
life. speed – sped He sped along the road. spend – spent He spent all of his money on a new bicycle. spin – spun The dancer spun around very
quickly. spread – spread I spread a lot of jam on the bread. stand – stood A guard stood at the entrance. steal – stole The thief stole a painting from the museum. stick – stuck Some chewing gum stuck to the bottom of his shoe. sting – stung A bee stung my arm. strike – struck He struck the ball well. sweep – swept The man swept the path. swim – swam The boy swam to the edge
of the pool. swing – swung He swung on a vine. take – took She took her medication. teach – taught He taught geography at a local high school. tear – tore She tore the paper in half. tell – told I told you to be careful. think – thought He thought about a possible solution to the problem. throw – through She threw the can into the bin. understand – understood He understood the lesson. wake – woke He woke up at six o’clock. wear – wore She wore a blue hat and a blue dress. win – won He won three medals. write – wrote The teacher wrote a message on the board. I hope this video was useful for you. To practice these irregular verbs, you should try and write your own sentence for each verb. Have an awesome day!