• Tukhtaeva Shakhnoza Tashkent State University of Economics


majority of verbs, gradually throughout, irregular verbs.


 In order to use many verb tenses in English, you need to know the past forms of the verbs. All verbs have a base form or ‘infinitive’ (for example, look, make, play). The majority of verbs, called ‘Regular verbs’, follow the same pattern and create the past simple and the past participle using the same word ending, -ed. There are, however, verbs that have different endings, and these are called Irregular verbs. At Wall Street English you learn the regular and irregular verbs gradually throughout your course, which makes them easier to learn and remember. Here is a “how to learn regular and irregular verbs” with examples and also some tips on how to remember them.


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Tukhtaeva Shakhnoza. (2022). IRREGULAR VERBS . INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN COMMERCE, IT, ENGINEERING AND SOCIAL SCIENCES ISSN: 2349-7793 Impact Factor: 6.876, 16(06), 1–3. Retrieved from