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Verbs used to indicate something happened at a previous point in time. Most verbs in the past tense add “ed” to the end. For example: start becomes started Some verbs in the past tense are irregular. They totally change spelling. For example: wear becomes wore
Create the past tense by adding an “ed” to the base verb, if it is a regular verb. If it is an irregular verb, change the verb accordingly. For example: We create things. (present) We created things. (past regular) We drink water. (present) We drank water. (past irregular)
English has two types of verbs in the past: -regular -irregular
Add –ed to most verbs Drop the “e” and add “ed” to verbs that end with “e” (smile= smiled). Change the “y” to “i” and add –ed to verbs that end with a consonant and “y” (carry= carried, study= studied). Double the consonant and add –ed to verbs that end with one vowel and one consonant ( drag= dragged, stop= stopped).
The –ed ending in English has three different sounds:t: walked, talked, jumpedd: played, loved, answeredid: invited, waited decided....*With –id sounding words, there isanother syllable!
walked regular studied regular taught irregular gave irregular became irregular cried regular lived regular did irregular
Sometimes with irregular past tense verbs you have to change the vowel to make the verb past tense:become becamegive gavedrive droveforget forgot
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