irregular verbs part one

Regular verbs form their past and past participle forms by adding -d or -ed to the verb’s
present tense Thus, use becomes used, and call becomes called. Irregular verbs form their
past and past participle forms differently. The present tense break becomes broke in its pasttense
form and broken in its past participle form. The present tense verb buy becomes bought
in its past and past participle forms.

Infinitive Present
Participle
Past Past
Participle
(to + verb) (the -ing form) (Yesterday I . . . ) (I had . . . She has . . .
You have . . . )
begin beginning began begun
blow blowing blew blown
break breaking broke broken
bring bringing brought brought
burst bursting burst burst
buy buying bought bought
catch catching caught caught
choose choosing chose chosen
come coming came come
cost costing cost cost
do doing did done
draw drawing drew drawn
drink drinking drank drunk
drive driving drove driven
eat eating ate eaten
fall falling fell fallen
feel feeling felt felt
find finding found found
freeze freezing froze frozen
get getting got got (or gotten)
give giving gave given
go going went gone
hold holding held held
keep keeping kept kept
know knowing knew known
lay (to place) laying laid laid
lead leading led led
leave leaving left left