Irregular verbs with audio sound

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As per request of my followers , I’ve decided to put on here a few charts of Irregular verbs with audio sound for listening and pronunciation practice.

I hope everyone enjoys this Free lesson.


to abide abode abode   to breed bred bred
to arise arose arisen   to bring brought brought
to awake awoke awoken   to build built built
to bear bore borne   to burn burnt burnt
to beat beat beaten   to burst burst burst
to become became become   to buy bought bought
to begin began begun   to cast cast cast
to bend bent bent   to catch caught caught
to bet bet bet   to choose chose chosen
to bid bid bid   to cling clung clung
to bind bound bound   to come came come
to bite bit bitten   to cost cost cost
to bleed bled bled   to creep crept crept
to blow blew blown   to cut cut cut
to break broke broken      

 

to deal dealt dealt   to fling flung flung
to dig dug dug   to fly flew flown
to do did done   to forbid forbade forbidden
to draw drew drawn   to forget forgot forgotten
to dream dreamt dreamt   to forgive forgave forgiven
to drink drank drunk   to freeze froze frozen
to drive drove driven   to get got got
to dwell dwelt dwelt   to give gave given
to eat ate eaten   to go went gone
to fall fell fallen   to grind ground ground
to feed fed fed   to grow grew grown
to feel felt felt   to hang hung hung
to fight fought fought   to have had had
to find found found   to hear heard heard
to flee fled fled      

 

 

 

to hide hid hidden   to leave left left
to hit hit hit   to lend lent lent
to hold held held   to let let let
to hurt hurt hurt   to lie lay lain
to keep kept kept   to light lit lit
to kneel knelt knelt   to lose lost lost
to know knew known   to make made made
to lay laid laid   to mean meant meant
to lead led led   to meet met met
to lean leant leant   to pay paid paid
to leap leapt leapt   to put put put
to learn learnt learnt      

to quit quit quit   to show showed shown
to read read read   to shrink shrank shrunk
to rid rid rid   to shut shut shut
to ride rode ridden   to sing sang sung
to ring rang rung   to sink sank sunk
to rise rose risen   to sit sat sat
to run ran run   to sleep slept slept
to saw sawed sawn   to slide slid slid
to say said said   to sling slung slung
to see saw seen   to slink slunk slunk
to seek sought sought   to slit slit slit
to sell sold sold   to smell smelt smelt
to send sent sent   to sow sowed sown
to set set set   to speak spoke spoken
to sew sewed sewn   to speed sped sped
to shake shook shaken   to spell spelt spelt
to shear sheared shorn   to spend spent spent
to shed shed shed   to spill spilt spilt
to shine shone shone   to spit spat spat
to shoe shod shod   to split split split
to shoot shot shot   to spoil spoilt spoilt

 

 

to spread spread spread to teach taught taught
to spring sprang sprung to tear tore torn
to stand stood stood to tell told told
to steal stole stolen to think thought thought
to stick stuck stuck to throw threw thrown
to sting stung stung to thrust thrust thrust
to stink stank stunk to tread trod trodden
to stride strode stridden to understand understood understood
to strike struck struck to wake woke woken
to string strung strung to wear wore worn
to strive strove striven to weave wove woven
to swear swore sworn to weep wept wept
to sweep swept swept to win won won
to swell swelled swollen to wind wound wound
to swim swam swum to wring wrung wrung
to swing swung swung to write wrote written
to take took taken

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