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Grammar: regular verbs
Regular Verbs

Today in the classroom you are going to learn about regular verbs an important part of English grammar.
 
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Grammar: Regular Verbs (reading and grammar)

Definition of a regular verb.
  • A regular verb:
  • also known as a weak verb
  • takes "ed", "d", or "t" to form the simple past and past participle
  • When a regular verb ends in "y", change the "y" to "i" (in many cases you should also double the end consonant before adding "ed")
  • The past participle of a regular verb is usually identical to the past form, while the past participle of an irregular verb is often different
Regular Verb Examples
  • She talked the entire night.
  • They walked around the park.
  • The following words are regular verbs
  • regular verb base form - simple past - past participle
  • talk - talked - talked
  • walk - walked - walked
Fun Easy English Grammar Lessons
From YOUR Teacher: Regular Verbs

This is a pretty easy concept in American English grammar. Usually students learn regular verbs at the beginning of their English language studies.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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