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Regular and Irregular Verbs

English Verb Forms

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Regular and Irregular Verbs by MR Manik Joshi
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More than 2500 Regular and 275 Irregular Verbs in English -- Topics: 01A. Regular Verbs -- Pattern - 1, 01B. Regular Verbs -- Pattern - 2, 01C. Regular Verbs -- Pattern - 3, 01D. Regular Verbs -- Pattern - 4, 02. Irregular Verbs, 02A. Irregular Verbs -- Pattern - 1, 02B. Irregular Verbs -- Pattern - 2, 02C. Irregular Verbs -- Pattern - 3, 02D. Irregular Verbs -- Important Notes Sample This: 01. Regular verbs form their past tense and past participle by adding "-ed" in base (simple present) form. There are following patterns for making regular Verbs: A: Base form (simple present) doesn't end in "e." We add "-ed" in base form to make the past tense and past participle. Example: abandon -- abandoned - abandoned B: Base form (simple present) ends in "e." We add "-d" in base form to make the past tense and past participle. Example: abase -- abased - abased C: We repeat the last letter of the base form (simple present) in the past tense and past participle before adding "-ed." Example: rag -- ragged - ragged D: Base form (simple present) ends in "y" (and there is consonant before "y"). We replace "y" with "i" in the past tense and past participle before adding "-ed." Example: accompany -- accompanied - accompanied 01A. Regular Verbs -- Pattern - 1 -- Base form (simple present) doesn't end in "e." We add "-ed" in base form to make the past tense and past participle. Examples -- 001. abandon -- abandoned -- abandoned; 002. abolish -- abolished -- abolished; 003. abscond -- absconded -- absconded; 004. abseil -- abseiled -- abseiled; 005. absorb -- absorbed -- absorbed; 006. abstain -- abstained -- abstained; 007. accept -- accepted -- accepted; 008. acclaim -- acclaimed -- acclaimed; 009. accord -- accorded -- accorded; 010. accost -- accosted -- accosted; 011. account -- accounted -- accounted; 012. accredit -- accredited -- accredited; 013. act -- acted -- acted; 014. adapt -- adapted -- adapted; 015. add -- added -- added; 016. address -- addressed -- addressed; 017. adjust -- adjusted -- adjusted; 018. admonish -- admonished -- admonished; 019. adopt -- adopted -- adopted; 020. adorn -- adorned -- adorned; 021. afflict -- afflicted -- afflicted; 022. affront -- affronted -- affronted; 023. ail -- ailed -- ailed; 024. alight -- alighted -- alighted; 025. allay -- allayed -- allayed; 026. annex -- annexed -- annexed; 027. annoy -- annoyed -- annoyed; 028. anoint -- anointed -- anointed; 029. answer -- answered -- answered; 030. appeal -- appealed -- appealed; 031. appear -- appeared -- appeared; 032. append -- appended -- appended; 033. applaud -- applauded -- applauded; 034. appoint -- appointed -- appointed; 035. apportion -- apportioned -- apportioned; 036. approach -- approached -- approached; 037. arraign -- arraigned -- arraigned; 038. arrest -- arrested -- arrested; 039. ascend -- ascended -- ascended; 040. ask -- asked -- asked; 041. assail -- assailed -- assailed; 042. assault -- assaulted -- assaulted; 043. assent -- assented -- assented; 044. assign -- assigned -- assigned; 045. assist -- assisted -- assisted; 046. astonish -- astonished -- astonished; 047. astound -- astounded -- astounded; 048. attach -- attached -- attached; 049. attack -- attacked -- attacked; 050. attempt -- attempted -- attempted; 051. attend -- attended -- attended; 052. attract -- attracted -- attracted; 053. augment -- augmented -- augmented; 054. augur -- augured -- augured; 055. avert -- averted -- averted; 056. avoid -- avoided -- avoided; 057. avow -- avowed -- avowed; 058. award -- awarded -- awarded; 059. badger -- badgered -- badgered; 060. bait -- baited -- baited; 061. banish -- banished -- banished; 062. bankroll -- bankrolled -- bankrolled; 063. banter -- bantered -- bantered; 064. barrack -- barracked -- barracked; 065. barter -- bartered -- bartered; 066. bash -- bashed -- bashed; 067. batter -- battered -- battered; 068. baulk -- baulked -- baulked; 069. bawl -- bawled -- bawled; 070. beckon -- beckoned -- beckoned

Author Biography

Manik Joshi was born on Jan 26, 1979 at Ranikhet and is permanent resident of Haldwani, Kumaon zone of India. He is an Internet Marketer by profession. He is interested in domaining (business of buying and selling domain names), web designing (creating websites), and various online jobs (including 'self-publishing'). He is science graduate with ZBC (zoology, botany, and chemistry) subjects. He is also an MBA (with specialization in marketing). He has done three diploma courses in computer too. ManikJoshi.com is the personal website of the author.
Release date Australia
October 12th, 2016
Illustrations
black & white illustrations
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Dimensions
152x229x5
ISBN-13
9781539488927
Product ID
26207928

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