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30 Irregular Verbs | English Grammar & Pronunciation

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In this English lesson we look at 30 irregular verbs. We'll focus on how to pronounce each one AND we will look at how to organise irregular English verbs into categories so that they are easier for you to learn and remember. Often the past forms and the past participles are different which can make things difficult for English learners. This English lesson should help you categorise them. Recommended English Resources: - English Grammar In Use - https://amzn.to/2EUo3ZS - English Idioms In Use - https://amzn.to/2HrFK84 - English Phrasal Verbs In Use - https://amzn.to/2EOEaIh IMPROVE YOUR LISTENING WITH AUDIBLE - http://bit.ly/2AoARJ6 If you enjoyed this video please SHARE it with anyone you know studying English and of course hit the LIKE button. Stay connected with me on social media - Website: http://www.eatsleepdreamenglish.com/ - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eatsleepdreamenglish - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eatsleepdreamenglish - Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/EatSleepDreamEnglish Camera: Canon G7X Editing Software: Final Cut Pro X Music by Epidemic Sound (http://www.epidemicsound.com)
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Liza Phannenschmidt (3 months ago)
I am a english learner and I adore the irregular verbs!!! They are so beautiful and peculiar!!!
Fabricio Goncalves (5 months ago)
Thank you Tom ! I really liked this video and the patterns tips for the irregular verbs. Good game at the end as well. Greetings from Brazil.
Ho Paul (5 months ago)
Cut.Cut.Cut Same!!!?
Muhammad Yudhia Rabbanii (5 months ago)
That grammar time sone is my new jam now 😂
v dmitrieva (6 months ago)
Hello. I'd like to watch more videos from you about grammar, especially about tenses. This is the most confusing thing in English.
Larry Berry (6 months ago)
You sound like a British Casey Neistat
angel tao (6 months ago)
teach, taught, taught
Hiba Shah (6 months ago)
Hello there Tom...i happily enjoy the videos you make and they're very informative, productive thank you for recording them but i have a little issues in using the passive voice sometimes I use it only because I know it's the correct way to do so but I don't know why. Will you please make a video about passive voice?!
Jesús Guerra (6 months ago)
Great video
Andrzej Kapera (6 months ago)
Instant karma.
Rama Rao (6 months ago)
Dear sir, what's the difference between 1. If you knew who the spiderman was, would you tell me? 1. if you know who the spiderman is, will you tell me?
Claudia Montiro (6 months ago)
Can you please do part 2
Hi K (6 months ago)
Hello Tom.. how to pronounce buy, by, & bye clearly.. thank you..
Khadija Fayyaz (6 months ago)
Great video as usual, you'll always have my support :) <3 (sorry haven't commented in a long while, was busy studying :D )
Khadija Fayyaz (6 months ago)
aww mathematics my dear, and thank you for posting again, can't wait to watch it <3
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
No need to apologise Khadija, what are you busy studying at the moment?
songbird989 (6 months ago)
Hey Tom, thanks for the fabulous lesson! We Americans still get confused every day by these words! lol BTW, you were really getting down at the beginning! LOL That needs to be released as a single! lol
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
Hehehe thank you, it's such a good song I can't stop dancing to it lol!
Michał Złomek (6 months ago)
Has anyone told you that you look like Harry Potter more than Potter himself LOL ^^
Esther Maria (6 months ago)
Wow, i loved! Thank you so much! Greetings from Brazil! ❤😘
Chri Li (6 months ago)
In Germany, students are also taught the irregular verbs in groups, and they tried to give the groups funny names. I can't remember all of them, but I do remember two: 1) sing - sang - sung etc. are called "cat verbs"! :-) Explanation: The noise that cats make (in English written as "meeouw") is in German written as "Miau". And the vowels in the verb group make (M) - I - A - U! 2) put - put - put etc. are called "chicken verbs"! ;-) Explanation: When you go into a hen house to feed the chicken, in German you say "putt putt putt!" (pronounced like your put - put - put) to calm the chicken and make them come and eat. Isn't that beautiful? I love it! When I come across the other groups of verbs and their 'German group names', I will add them here.
I love this video! Thanks
Ilhan Altan (6 months ago)
I really enjoyed the game please continue the same games in the next class.
Frank Todd (6 months ago)
Thank you, Tom. Please make more quiz in the end, each video
priyanka kanungo (6 months ago)
Nice one👍🏻
Sibel Amisheva (6 months ago)
Wow, such a useful, interesting, pleasurable lesson. I can't stop watch it again and again and to practice! I love it! <3 Let's say thank you like a British "Cheers! :) hold - held - held
gomati sao (6 months ago)
I just love all your backgrounds😍😍😍😍
Ali Imran Allahwala (6 months ago)
Thanks sir
Ba Nguyen Son (6 months ago)
Music went along with the video, perfect
Ba Nguyen Son (6 months ago)
Really ? Kaka
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
ah cool, glad you appreciated the music. It got me wiggling in my chair while I was editing the video : )
Jitendra kumar (6 months ago)
There is so many verb in irregular, past ,and past participle One of those i am giving you. I.e. Dig Dag Dug.
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
Hey Jitendra, in British English we would say dig, dug, dug. Thanks for commenting : )
Living for love (6 months ago)
Wake, Woke, Waken Wear, Wore, Worn Steal, Stole, Stolen Fall, Fell, Fallen Dig, Dug, Dug Eat, Ate, Eaten, Forget, Forgot, Forgotten Feed, Fed, Fed Beat, Beat, Beaten Bear, Bore, Borne Blow, Blew, Blown Arise, Arose, Arisen
Piratheeeba Umakanthan (6 months ago)
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Thanks Tom! I have a question, when you use the verb “to get” which past participle do you use: hot or gotten? Thanks again!
I meant “got”, not hot, sorry
Nature Safari (6 months ago)
Very important and useful. The best way is to learn by heart. Thanks again for helping us Tom 😍🤗
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
Ultimately I think you are right Nature Safari but it' good to have some patterns in your mind.
There is just one person who gave thumb down. I guess he/she didn't do it on purpose. Nice job Tom
Gabriela Fernandez (6 months ago)
I supposed it, too
mary maria (6 months ago)
I enjoyed the lesson and the game at the end of course .How many Irregular Verbs are there in English? I would like to know them all in your easy way to learn.Thanks
Siham Basi (6 months ago)
Why doesn't Tom reply to our comments like before?
Siham Basi (6 months ago)
yes,that' s right there are so many of us who enjoy watching your videos. Thank you for the reply .
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
Ha! I do try Siham but there's only me and thousands of you guys so it's hard. Anyway here I am saying thank you for leaving your comment. I try and read as many as I can and reply : )
Marco Aurelio A. (6 months ago)
Grammar time!
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
Yeaaaaah my favourite time of the day!
Mariona Talancon (6 months ago)
Greetings from Catalonia 😀 Thank you so much for this lesson Tom, Very useful !!! Have a nice week-end people!
Elisabeth H (6 months ago)
Hi Tom, how to say grammatically correct? Some said, have you had breakfast? And some say, did you eat breakfast? Number 1 Sounds more correct to me.. I want to make sure which one is correct since you're the English teacher, you know better .Thanks..
John Speer (4 months ago)
As a native speaker, those are the same thing (more or less), the first slightly more formal perhaps.
Ibrahim Dauda (6 months ago)
Very useful, thank you Tom.
Sunset Swallow (6 months ago)
Thanks for this cool lesson and i hope that you'll make some grammar lessons for us now and then. I knew the irregular verbs but the word patterns is new for me, are these verbs differente from the first ones. Please answer my question. Thanks in advance.
Jane Maciel (6 months ago)
Thanks Tom!
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
My pleasure Jane : )
Kunj Thakkar (6 months ago)
Hey Tom I saw you in my dreams. You were teaching me English !
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
Wow! That's a cool dream! I hope it was an interesting lesson : )
Just Grace (6 months ago)
Love the intro ! GRAMMAR TIME !
Veronika Ruckenbauer (6 months ago)
translated to German done
Veronika Ruckenbauer (6 months ago)
You're welcome. Keep up doing your hilarious lessons. Translating this Grammar video was challenging but fun.
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
Wow thank you so much Veronika : ) I really appreciate you taking the time to do that for us : )
Omar Shoqar (6 months ago)
Maybe you forgot "cut" in 6. Endings the same Innit?
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
That's another good example Omar, thanks
Weronika Jasińska (6 months ago)
Very useful and educational video! Keep up the good job :-) Greetings from Poland :-)
Natasha Astaf (6 months ago)
what is wrong with "read" pronunciation =\
kubra garayeva (6 months ago)
I loved this video 😍 Thank you very much Tom 😊
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
Great! I'm always happy when you are happy Kubra : )
Truck&Roll (6 months ago)
O yeah Tom ..top man. Thank you very very much brother.😊👍
Corey Reid (6 months ago)
I noticed that "get" was avoided. :) That one is pluricentric depending on US or UK usage: Inf. get / Past got / Part. got (UK) Inf. get / Past got / Part. gotten (US) And the "ea"/"o"/"o" is good for two common verbs: "speak" and "break".
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
Hey Corey, I didn't miss it out deliberately but thanks for bringing it up here for learners to see the difference : )
Gabriela Fernandez (6 months ago)
Grammar time,❤❤!!!!! It's totally useful.👍👍👍
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
Thank you Gabriela : )
Angry Fox (6 months ago)
Amazing!
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
Cheers Så Ond Räv : )
Li Ma (6 months ago)
Very useful
Gema Rodríguez Villegas (6 months ago)
Thanks a million Tom!
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
You are welcome Gema : )
Spring Day (6 months ago)
amazing as always) tnx! I've had a lot of fun)
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
Brilliant, that's always my hope Spring Day
Hind Hassan (6 months ago)
Thank you so much, this was very useful.
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
Great! Glad you liked it Hind
Erik Molnár (6 months ago)
Big thanks Tom
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
A big you're welcome Erik!
GeoID (6 months ago)
Thank you! Great video as always :D
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
Cheers GeoID
Vivin Quratul (6 months ago)
Yeah grammar is confusing when we had a conversation to English native speaker. And plus nerveous, I forgot some.words sometimes 😂😢 could you gimme some advice to reduce a nerveous ?? Thanks for the video Tom. ❤ Maybe next time you'll able to make a video about used to, tobe used to, get used to. Confusing 😩
Eiffel 09 (6 months ago)
I've heard people using 'fitted' before. Is that incorrect?
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
No, you can use both fitted or fit as the past/past participles : )
Irina K (6 months ago)
thanks, this video can help to learn irregular verbs
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
That's definitely my hope Irina, I'm glad you found some value in it : )
anissa othmani (6 months ago)
love the practice part ... and the music :) AMAZING job Tom !!!
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
Great! I'll try and add more practice sections into my future videos Anissa and of course there's always time for more music and dancing
Carla Rodriguez (6 months ago)
It's grammar time.. :D love it
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
I hope you were dancing along to the music ; )
theparporn saraboot (6 months ago)
I love intro you have dance .:)
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
I hoe you were dancing too theparporn : )
Maricela M. Soto (6 months ago)
Great way to learn irregular verbs! I love your videos.
Pame Horan (6 months ago)
Thank you, Tom! I love your accent 👌❤ Greetings from Argentina 😃😉
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
Ah that's very kind Pame, glad you enjoyed it
Mahmmood Eljannabi (6 months ago)
You are fun to watch lol your students are lucky. You forgot bring > brought> brought. you're welcome😂
Paramitha Safira (6 months ago)
You're good teacher . I like it !
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
That's very kind Paramitha, thank you : )
Luis Zelayandia (6 months ago)
I always felt bad for English learners because how confusing all this could be. For example, teach and preach rhyme but don’t have the same conjugations. Teach, taught, taught and preach, preached, preached. I’m glad I’m a native speaker because I’d never be able to learn this
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
A really good point Luis, it's a baffling language and irregular verbs are the best example of this! Thanks for your comment.
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
So well put Diana, it is a confusing and often frustrating language but perhaps that's part of the challenge : )
Luis Zelayandia (6 months ago)
L'instinct de mort I’m glad I know English, but it looks like you know French (please tell me otherwise) I wiiisssshhhh I knew French. It’s so hard
Chim's Nayab (6 months ago)
Yess English is weird right but in a cool way..I mean teacher teaches and preacher preaches but if teacher taught then why not a preacher praught?? When stars are Out we can see them and When Lights are out we can't see them..it is weird,,In this Language the nose runs and the foot stinks.. It is formed due to the interaction of human race which is not a race actually.. It is confusing FmL.
AB!N_T_G (6 months ago)
You're awesome
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
Hehe thanks AB!N_T_G
Chim's Nayab (6 months ago)
No need of notifications when you're on YouTube most of the time... Thanks Tom it was helpful as usual..My inspiration you are.. and you made this boring grammar so easy,understandable and fun. :)
Chim's Nayab (6 months ago)
Khadija Fayyaz because I've a beautiful friend here ❤❤
Khadija Fayyaz (6 months ago)
How adorable you are my friend!! <3
Eat Sleep Dream English (6 months ago)
Such kind words as always Diana, thank you. I'm really pleased the video has shown that even the most boring topics can be 'fun' lol! I always appreciate your support : )
AB!N_T_G (6 months ago)
Diana Anne yes you're right. He usually adopts different kind of methods to make us understand the use of english.
Kulsoom Saima (6 months ago)
Thank u

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