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Verbs (Eng)

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Image source:  http://www.linguasorb.com/english/verbs/most-common-verbs/

Image source: http://www.linguasorb.com/english/verbs/most-common-verbs/

Hello and welcome again, today I will tell you somethig that may be useful to know, I hope you like it, and remember, if it is useful for you, don't forget to share it with friend or with people who may need this info.

As in any language there are two kind of verbs, the irregular and the regular one. Well, there isn't a simple way to learn this by heart but it only depends on the practice, so the recommendation is to use them as much as you can. 

In the English language there are only three ways to conjugate the verbs, those are the Infinitive or basic form of the verb; the simple past and the past participle, for talking about future you have to use the modal will or the Be Going to. let's know the kind of verbs.

The Regular verbs:

These are the easiest because their particularity is that all of them finish in -ed in their past and past participle conjugation. Now you can see some of them in the following image.



The Irregular verbs:

This kind of verbs does not follow a specific structure, they work independently of any other. they may change all the word completely like this verb Go - Went - Gone, maybe it can only change one letter as in Make - Made - Made, even they may not change at all the word as in Read - Read - Read. Here you can see a list of some irregular verbs:



Image sources:

  1. http://englishstudypage.com/tag/regular-verbs-list/
  2. http://englishstudypage.com/vocabulary/detailed-irregular-verbs-list/