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You probably already know that verbs can be in regular or irregular forms – but do you really know what these terms actually mean?
Simply put, it’s a way of describing the way different groups of verbs can be used and how they are changed. Read on to find out more about them to make sure you know how to use them correctly!
What are Regular Verbs?
A regular verb follows a certain conjugation pattern. The stem stays the same, and you add different suffixes to create different tenses. There are a few patterns to memorize if you want to remember all the regular word structures.
The first conjugation pattern works with words that have a long vowel sound ending in a consonant. This is also the same pattern you use with words that contain a blend of consonants at the end of the word. For Example, Marisha accepts the award on his behalf. (Present Tense)
Marisha accepted the award on his behalf. (Past tense)
Marisha will accept the award on his behalf. (Future Tense)
What is an Irregular Verb?
If your normal action or state of being word follows a certain pattern, then your irregular verb one is a bit quirky. You can define regular verbs by looking at their past and past participle tenses.
Basically, an irregular verb won't follow the standard -d or -ed suffix pattern. Let's look at a short list of irregular verbs so you can identify them when you read or speak.
Irregular Verbs Examples
Base - Past- Past Participle Form
What's the Difference Between Regular and Irregular Verbs?
Some irregular past tense verbs have the same base form, past tense form, and past participle form. Others have the same past tense and past participle form, but a different present tense. Furthermore, there's a group of words that have the suffix -en as their past participle. Other than that, all other irregular words are different. Regular words on the other hand have the same base form for past tense and past participle.