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VOCABULARY: How to use irregular verbs

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Loads of English verbs are irregular – they have different forms for their past simple and past participles and it’s not as easy as just adding –ed! Find out about using some irregular verbs including: say, take, put and ring. More practice activities are on our website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/course/intermediate/unit-12/session-1
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Text Comments (12)
EnglishTeacher (1 year ago)
Simple and nice.
Hoà Phan Thái (2 years ago)
I love about it. Thank you!
tgchan (2 years ago)
Thank you, BBC~!
Thank you!
Mohamed Abdallah (3 years ago)
thanks finn and catherine you are the best teachers in the world i love you both
Martine Paillard (3 years ago)
that's really interesting, it's a very good idea to use different forms of irregular verbs in a dialogue
Ajaz Hussain (2 years ago)
thanks Marine paillard
Cleona Patterson (3 years ago)
Thank you, very useful for ESL learners.
Takehiko Mori (3 years ago)
Yes, irregular verbs are sometimes confusing.
It must be grammar not vocabulary!
juan carlos fuentes (3 years ago)
+‫عبدالله الموحد‬‎ why?

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