3.en.71 Some irregular verbs for the weekend

This morning, while you were in your PE class, I started marking your papers and discovered that irregualr verbs are not your strong point. On Monday you’ll have the opportunity to take a mini test on irregular verbs to put up with your poor results today. Here follow some videos to help you get a ten  out of ten in the irregular verb exam.

These first four videos incorporate the  pronunciation of verbs. Repeat them aloud.

Now let’s move to the next three sets . THIS TIME A BIT FASTER.

I SUGGEST YOU COPY THE ONES YOU FIND MOST DIFFICULT TO REMEMBER.

Finally, no sound this time but images to help you remember the meaning of the verbs.

  • In order to correct the phonetic question of the exam on the pronunciation of past endings, I recommend you to watch carefully this great video by Linguaspectrum. You will understand
  • the difference between voiced and voiceless sounds
  • when to pronounce /t/ or /d/
  • when to pronounce /id/

 

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  1. sarah789 Says:

    IRREGULAR VERBS
    have, has/had/had
    say, says/said/said
    do, does/did/done
    see/saw/seen
    make/made/made
    find/found/found
    know/knew/known
    get/got/gotten
    go/went/gone
    write/wrote/written
    think/thought/thought
    come/came/come
    take/took/taken
    put/put/put
    tell/told/told
    give/gave/given
    read/read/read
    keep/kept/kept
    begin/began/begun
    let/let/let
    hear/heard/heard
    cut/cut/cut
    eat/ate/eaten
    run/ran/run
    bring/brought/brought
    become/became/become
    grow/grew/grown
    draw/drew/drawn
    show/showed/shown
    mean/meant/meant
    feel/felt/felt
    hold/held/held
    stand/stood/stood
    understand/understood/understood
    lose/lost/lost
    catch/caught/caught
    buy/bought/bought
    send/sent/sent
    fall/fell/fallen
    choose/chose/chosen
    sleep/slept/slept
    speak/spoke/spoken
    meet/met/met
    lead/led/led
    bite/bit/bitten
    hit/hit/hit
    drive/drove/driven
    break/broke/broken
    sit/sat/sat
    spend/spent/spent
    ring/rang/rung
    wear/wore/worn
    sell/sold/sold
    beat/beat/beaten
    win/won/won
    hurt/hurt/hurt
    sing/sang/sung
    blow/blew/blown
    rise/rose/risen
    ride/rode/ridden
    fly/flew/flown
    drink/drank/drunk
    forget/forgot/forgotten
    throw/threw/thrown
    hang/hung/hung
    swim/swam/swum

  2. emil7234 Says:

    Thanks Sarah 🙂


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