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Monday, 20 October 2014

REGULAR VERBS (With Example)

REGULAR VERBS
Regular verbs follow the same pattern when moving from one tense to another and they always refer to the verbs that need ed in the past and past participle form.
Here are some common regular verbs that we often use.

Base Form
Past Simple 
Past Participle
add
arrive
ask
attempt
believe
blush
box
check
collect
consider
continue
count
cry
decide
defend
dislike
dress
dry
embarrass
enjoy
fill
finish
grant
halt
hat
help
hope
insist
intend
judge
jump
laugh
like
listen
load
lock
look
need
offer
pack
pick
please
pour
promise
push
remember
repeat
reply
rest
return
roam
seem
smile
sob
start
stay
stop
study
suggest
travel
trust
try
wait
walk
want
watch
whisper
whistle
wish
work
added
arrived
asked
attempted
believed
blushed
boxed
checked
collected
considered
continued
counted
cried
decided
defended
disliked
dressed
dried
embarrassed
enjoyed
filled
finished
granted
halted
hated
helped
hoped
insisted
intended
judged
jumped
laughed
liked
listened
loaded
locked
looked
needed
offered
packed
picked
pleased
poured
promised
pushed
remembered
repeated
replied
rested
returned
roamed
seemed
smiled
sobbed
started
stayed
stopped
studied
suggested
traveled
trusted
tried
waited
walked
wanted
watched
whispered
whistled
wished
worked
added
arrived
asked
attempted
believed
blushed
boxed
checked
collected
considered
continued
counted
cried
decided
defended
disliked
dressed
dried
embarrassed
enjoyed
filled
finished
granted
halted
hated
helped
hoped
insisted
intended
judged
jumped
laughed
liked
listened
loaded
locked
looked
needed
offered
packed
picked
pleased
poured
promised
pushed
remembered
repeated
replied
rested
returned
roamed
seemed
smiled
sobbed
started
stayed
stopped
studied
suggested
traveled
trusted
tried
waited
walked
wanted
watched
whispered
whistled
wished
worked

What Is aVerb? (With Example)

Types ofverb (With example)

Transitive verbs 

 Finite verb

Non-finite verb

Linking verbs

REGULAR VERBS

IRREGULAR VERBS 

Causative verbs 

Stative verbs and dynamic verbs

OVERALLSPECIAL VERBS

Phrasal verbs

VERB +TO-INFINITIVE OR BARE INFINITIVE

VERB +TO-INFINITIVE OR GERUND

VERB +OBJECT + TO-INFINITIVE OR GERUND

Verbs + WH-CLAUSE (With Example)

HAVE/GET ANDWANT SOMETHING DONE

VERBS + TWOOBJECTS ( With Example)

MOOD (With Example)

Phrasal verbswith a verb + preposition

PHRASALVERBS WITH A VERB + AN ADVERB

DISTINGUISHING PHRASAL VERB

PHRASALVERBS WITH A VERB + AN ADVERB OR A PREPOSITION

PHRASALVERBS WITH A VERB +AN ADVERB + A PREPOSITION

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