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English Grammar Step by Step: • Contents
• Introduction
• Notes
• Unit 1:  Negative and interrogative sentences
• Unit 2:  Short answers
• Unit 3:  Question tags
• Unit 4:  Questions and exclamations
• Unit 5:  So, neither, nor, either
• Unit 6:  Be, used to, would, be/get/become used to, dare, have, get, become, grow, go, turn, fall and feel
• Unit 7:  Verb tenses: forms
• Unit 8:  Irregular verbs
• Unit 9:  Verb tenses: uses
• Unit 10:  Personal pronouns, possessives and reflexive pronouns
• Unit 11: The genitive case
• Unit 12: Singular and plural nouns
• Unit 13: Gender
• Unit 14: A, an, some, any, no, not, none, each, every and the; compounds of some, any, no and every
• Unit 15: Neither, not...either, none, not...any, both and all
• Unit 16: A few, few, a lot, lots, a little, little, many, much, no and plenty
• Unit 17: Enough, too, so and such
• Unit 18: Comparative and superlative sentences
• Unit 19: The adjective order
• Unit 20: Relative clauses
• Unit 21: Do and make
• Unit 22: Modal verbs
• Unit 23: Infinitives, gerunds and present participles
• Unit 24: Conditional sentences
• Unit 25: Passive sentences
• Unit 26: Reported speech
• Unit 27: Purpose
• Unit 28: Word order
• Unit 29: Inversion
• Unit 30: Connectors
• Unit 31: Prepositions
• Unit 32: Phrasal verbs


Intermediate English Grammar:
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• Unit 9:  Irregular verbs


English Grammar for Beginners:
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• Unit 1:  A, an, some any and the
• Unit 2:  Some, any + body/one, + thing, + where
• Unit 3:  Personal pronouns and possessives
• Unit 4:  Reflexive pronouns, the reciprocal pronoun "each other" and object pronouns
• Unit 5:  List of irregular verbs


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     UNIT 9      IRREGULAR VERBS

infinitive simple past past participle
arise
awake
be
beat
become
begin
bend
bet
bind
bite
bleed
blow
break
breed
bring
broadcast
build
burn
burst
buy
cast
catch
choose
cling
come
cost
creep
cut
deal
dig
do
draw
dream
drink
drive
dwell
eat
fall
feed
feel
fight
find
flee
fling
fly
forbid
forget
forgive
freeze
get
give
go
grind
grow
hang
have
hear
hide
hit
hold
hurt
keep
kneel
know
lay
lead
lean
leap
learn
leave
lend
let
lie
light
lose
make
mean
meet
mistake
misunderstand
oversleep
overtake
pay
put
quit
read
ride
ring
rise
run
saw
say
see
seek
sell
send
set
sew
shake
shed
shine
shoe
shoot
show
shrink
shut
sing
sink
sit
slay
sleep
slide
sling
slink
slit
smell
smite
speak
spell
spend
spill
spin
spit
split
spoil
spread
spring
stand
steal
stick
sting
stink
strew
stride
strike
string
strive
swear
sweep
swell
swim
swing
take
teach
tear
tell
think
throw
thrust
tread
undergo
understand
undertake
unfreeze
unwind
upset
wake
wear
weave
wed
weep
win
wind
withdraw
wring
write
arose
awoke
was, were
beat
became
began
bent
bet
bound
bit
bled
blew
broke
bred
brought
broadcast
built
burnt, burned
burst
bought
cast
caught
chose
clung
came
cost
crept
cut
dealt
dug
did
drew
dreamt, dreamed
drank
drove
dwelt, dwelled
ate
fell
fed
felt
fought
found
fled
flung
flew
forbad(e)
forgot
forgave
froze
got
gave
went
ground
grew
hung
had
heard
hid
hit
held
hurt
kept
knelt, kneeled
knew
laid
led
leant, leaned
leapt, leaped
learnt, learned
left
lent
let
lay
lit, lighted 
lost
made
meant
met
mistook
misunderstood
overslept
overtook
paid
put
quit, quitted 
read
rode
rang
rose
ran
sawed
said
saw
sought
sold
sent
set
sewed
shook
shed
shone
shod
shot
showed
shrank
shut
sang
sank
sat
slew
slept
slid
slung
slunk
slit
smelt, smelled
smote
spoke
spelt, spelled
spent
spilt, spilled
spun
spat
split
spoilt, spoiled
spread
sprang
stood
stole
stuck
stung
stank, stunk (US)
strewed
strode
struck
strung
strove
swore
swept
swelled
swam
swung
took
taught
tore
told
thought
threw
thrust
trod
underwent
understood
undertook
unfroze
unwound
upset
woke
wore
wove
wed, wedded
wept
won
wound
withdrew
wrung
wrote
arisen
awoken
been
beaten
become
begun
bent
bet
bound
bitten
bled
blown
broken
bred
brought
broadcast
built
burnt, burned1
burst
bought
cast
caught
chosen
clung
come
cost
crept
cut
dealt
dug
done
drawn
dreamt, dreamed
drunk
driven
dwelt, dwelled
eaten
fallen
fed
felt
fought
found
fled
flung
flown
forbidden
forgotten
forgiven
frozen
got
given
gone
ground
grown
hung2
had
heard
hidden
hit
held
hurt
kept
knelt, kneeled
known
laid
led
leant, leaned
leapt, leaped
learnt, learned
left
lent
let
lain3
lit, lighted4
lost
made
meant
met
mistaken
misunderstood
overslept
overtaken
paid
put
quit, quitted5
read
ridden
rung
risen
run
sawn
said
seen
sought
sold
sent
set
sewn
shaken
shed
shone
shod
shot
shown
shrunk
shut
sung
sunk
sat
slain
slept
slid
slung
slunk
slit
smelt, smelled
smitten
spoken
spelt, spelled
spent
spilt, spilled
spun
spat
split
spoilt, spoiled
spread
sprung
stood
stolen
stuck
stung
stunk
strewn, strewed
stridden
struck
strung
striven
sworn
swept
swollen
swum
swung
taken
taught
torn
told
thought
thrown
thrust
trodden
undergone
understood
undertaken
unfrozen
unwound
upset
woken
worn
woven
wed, wedded
wept
won
wound
withdrawn
wrung
written
____________________
1  Some verbs, such as burn, dream, dwell, etc., have both
   regular and irregular forms. However, the irregular ones
   are more common in British English, and in American
   English, the regular ones (-ed).
2  Hang is regular when it means 'to kill someone with
   a rope around his or her neck': hanged.
3  Lie is regular when it means "not to tell the truth": lied 
   (simple past and past participle).
4  In British English, the simple past and past participle
   is generally lit. Lighted is normally used before nouns:
   a lighted cigarette.
5  Quitted is used mainly in British English.
Author: Miquel Molina i Diez


   Contents
1. The verb "to be"
2. The verbs "can" and "may"
3. The verb "have"
4. Have to, must, need not, cannot and should
5. The present simple and the present continuous (or progressive)
6. The past simple and the past continuous (or progressive)
7. The present perfect simple, the past simple, the present perfect continuous (or progressive), the past perfect simple and the past perfect continuous (or progressive)
8. The "be going to" form, the present continuous and the future simple
9  Irregular verbs
10. Conditional sentences
    and so on.


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