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The best Way to learn Irregular Verbs

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Pelen Sokar (3 months ago)
Thank you ❤❤ please explain past tenses
Yola Ndari (4 months ago)
3:10 Getting married? Lol :))
Balvir Singh (4 months ago)
Thanks man it's very helpful
Debora Coelho (7 months ago)
Thank you
Moon k (8 months ago)
Thank you so much 💐
Asghar Sabri (8 months ago)
Very Brilliant way. Thanks A lot.
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Idduboyina Ramu (9 months ago)
Sir how many of irregular verbs need to learn in English Grammar
Azerty Ytreza (11 months ago)
its dificlt for mi
Mirth david (1 year ago)
much obliged for such lesson
ELVINE OHLALA (1 year ago)
Hassan SaIde (1 year ago)
Selma Pll (1 year ago)
Thank you 😊
femmeNikita27 (1 year ago)
Ok, strange. I have learned them best in childhood using the first method. I was trying the one You recommend but it was ineffective for me and very boring. Maybe due to the fact that children are impatient and human brain favours looking for patterns rather than just absorbing things in detail at random. Just realized that I favour grouping irregular verbs in other foreign languages I'm learning. Merely an habit or is it something that works best for some people? Just wondering now. But to me simply grouping them and doing a lot of excersises using all form in full sentences or short stories in each tense simply works best. Regardless from what foreign language I'm learning. Actually doing the same in Spanish nowadays.
Jason Bolster (1 year ago)
Just learn Mandarin. You use a different word for "not" when negating "to have." That's it. No, seriously, that's it. That's as close as they get to irregular verbs. Forget English. It's just too hard.
Jason Bolster i know what you mean. Yesterday i was struggling to get Upper-intermediate students to use our auxiliaries. They basically don't exist in Russian.
Jason Bolster (1 year ago)
Seventy percent?
Alexa Paty Muñoz (1 year ago)
Thank you! How can I do, if I am an ESL teacher and I don´t want to use translation. I used to use pictures, but there are times when they get confused with the meaning and the picture, or they just get one meaning.! Thanks!
Karlo Scoots (1 year ago)
thx you have made my life easier
Lilibeth Rivera (1 year ago)
Bravo..!! super mi amigo te felicito, Thankyou so much, you very kind..!! Please continue in that way..
Ivan The Turtle (1 year ago)
Thank you man! I just started studying irregular verbs and, after trying what you suggested, I was able to remember them all! Thank you again!
Ivan The Turtle glad to hear it)
Thank you for sharing these useful tips. Learning irregular verbs is really tough for students.
Vânia Maciel (2 years ago)
Thank you so much! I think this is the best vídeo I´ve ever seen about how to learn irregular verbs.
Ulisses Oliva (2 years ago)
Great lesson.
Thank you very much for this video)))
Lucie Vec (2 years ago)
If you categorize them you will use photocopies and a pen. Clever right?
Kenneth Valverde (2 years ago)
good teacher 👍
Nika Salim (2 years ago)
thank you for all your help
+Nika Salim No worries :) Glad to be of service :)
Mully Ldj (2 years ago)
your welcome , and so you too thank you so so so much for a lot of helpping us . I'm interesting to learn more english. for my reason future I like you dear teacher. see you bb.
Congratulations Paul for this chanel. Very useful... I've studied English using Cutting Edge textbooks for three years and a half... I've just started the upper intermediate level... They're really great (the books). Every class I feel like going through the language like it really is. Would you say they're the best? What about "Total English"? Some friends of mine use it and they find it very good as well. Best wishes
Simply fantastic... You're definitely someone who was born to teach English.... It's a pleasure to be subscribed on your channel...
bestesone (2 years ago)
thank you
+bestesone more than welcome :)

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