forms of verb 1st 2nd and 3rd

 

forms of verb 1st 2nd and 3rd

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forms of verb 1st 2nd and 3rd

today we will know forms of verb 1st 2nd and 3rd with its different types  

there are two types of verbs regular and irregular verbs

Regular verbs

regular verbs forms their 2nd form (past tense) and 3rd form (past participle) by adding ed  to the 1st or base form like below

1st form/base form

2nd form /past tense

3rd form /past participle

paint

painted

Painted

walk

Walked

Walked

laugh

laughed

laughed

 

irregular verbs 

Irregular verb their 2nd form past tense and 3rd form (past participle) in a totally different way

Like below example

1st form/base form

2nd form /past tense

3rd form /past participle

Ring

rang

Rung

Sit

sat

Sat

Cut

cut

Cut

Come

Came

come

  

By looking above example we can see the three types of irregular verbs

1 verbs in which 1st 2nd and 3rdforms same like (cut cut cut)

2 verbs in which two forms are same (come came come)

3 verbs in which all three forms are different (ring rang rung)

 forms of verb 1st 2nd and 3rd in which all  forms are same

1st form /base form

2nd form /past tense

3rd form /past participle

Burst

burst

Burst

bet

bet

Bet

cost

cost

Cost

hurt

hurt

Hurt

hit

hit

Hit

let

let

Let

read

read

read

put

Put

Put

shut

shut

shut

set

Set

Set

spilt

spilt

spilt

spread

spread

spread

  

forms of verb 1st 2nd and 3rd in which two form are same

1st form/base form

2nd form / past tense

3rd form / past participle

become

became

Become

beat

beat

Beat

bend

bend

Bend

breed

bred

bred

bleed

bled

Bled

bring

bring

Bring

burn

Burnt/burned

Burnt/burned

Build

built

Build

buy

bought

bought

come

came

Come

catch

catch

Caught

creep

crept

Crept

Dig

dug

Dug

Deal

dealt

Dealt

dream

Dreamt/dreamed

Dreamt/dreamed

feel

felt

Felt

feed

fed

Fed

fight

fought

Fought

get

Got

Got

find

Found

Found

hang

hung

hung

hear

heard

Heard

have

had

Had

hold

held

Held

Lay

laid

Laid

keep

kept

Kept

lead

led

Led

learn

Learnt/learned

Learnt/learned

lean

Lent/leaned

Leant/leaned

leap

Leapt/leaped

Leapt/leaped

lend

lent

Lent

leave

left

Left

light

lit

Lit

make

made

Made

lose

Lost

Lost

mean

meant

Meant

pay

paid

Paid

meet

met

Met

run

ran

Run

sell

sold

Sold

Say

said

Said

send

sent

Sent

shoot

shot

shot

shine

shone

Shone

Sit

sat

Sat

smell

Smelt/smelled

Smelt/smelled

sleep

slept

Slept

spell

spelt

Spelt

spill

Spilt/spilled

Spilt/spilled

spend

spent

Spent

speed

sped

sped

Spit

spat

Spat

Spell

Spelt/spilled

Spelt/spelled

Stick

stuck

stuck

Strike

struck

struck

String

strung

Strung

Sting

sting

Sting

sweep

swept

Swept

teach

taught

Taught

swing

swung

Swung

tell

told

told

Understand

understood

Understood

think

thought

Thought

wind

wound

Wound

win

won

won

 
forms of verb 1st 2nd and 3rd  in which all forms are different

1st form/base form

2nd form/past tense

3rd form/past participle

Be

Was/were

Been

bite

bit

bitten

begin

began

Begun

blow

blew

Blown

choose

chose

Chosen

break

broke

Broken

Do

did

Done

drink

drank

Drunk

eat

Ate

Eaten

drive

Drove

Driven

fly

Flew

Flown

fall

Fell

Fallen

Forbid

Forbade

Forbidden

Forgive

Forgave

Forgiven

Forget

Forgot

Forgotten

freeze

froze

Frozen

Go

went

gone

Give

Gave

Given

Grow

Grew

Grown

know

Knew

Known

Hide

Hid

Hidden

lie

lay

Lain

ride

rode

ridden

mistake

mistook

Mistaken

ring

rang

Rung

See

saw

Seen

rise

rose

Risen

Shake

shook

Shaken

shrink

shrank

Shrunk

show

showed

Shown

sing

sang

Sung

speak

spoke

Spoken

sink

sank

Sunk

spring

sprang

Sprung

stink

stank

Stunk

steal

stole

Stolen

swear

swore

sworn

take

took

Taken

swim

swam

Swum

tear

tore

Torn

wake

woke

Woken

Throw

threw

Thrown

write

wrote

Written

wear

wore

worn

 

 so that is all about forms of verb 1st 2nd and 3rd if you have any doubt than you ask it comment sections

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