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2014-08-27T18:53:19+08:00
Regular VerbsMost verbs are regular verbs. Regular verbs are those whose past tense and past participles are formed by adding a -d or an -ed to the end of the verb."To roll" is a good example of a regular verb:roll, rolled, rolledSometimes the last consonant must be doubled before adding the -ed ending. For example:plan, planned, plannedIrregular VerbsThere is no formula to predict how an irregular verb will form its past-tense and past-participle forms. There are over 250 irregular verbs in English. Although they do not follow a formula, there are some fairly common irregular forms. Some of these forms are:break, broke, brokencut, cut, cutrun, ran, runmeet, met, metcome, came, comerepay, repaid, repaidswim, swam, swumbe was/were been
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2014-08-27T19:09:39+08:00
REGULAR VERBS
A verb that does not follow the usual rules for verb forms. Also known as a strong verb.English regular verbs change their form very little (unlike irregular verbs). The past tense and past participle of regular verbs end in -ed, for example:work, worked, worked.
IRREGULAR VERBS 
verb that does not follow the usual rules for verb forms. Also known as a strong verb.


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Irregular Verb-Is a verb that form its past and past participle in some way other than by adding D or ed.
Regular Verb---Is a verb that form its past and past participle by adding D or ED.