A regular verb is a verb that follows this rule:Past form of the verb = Present form of theverb + ed / dFor example: For example, work is a regular verb because: Past form of work = work + ed = worked Dance is a regular verb too. That is because: Past form of dance = dance + d = danced
Some common verbs have irregular past simple positive forms.be was/werego wentcome camesee sawhave hadgive gavefly flew
An irregular verb is a verb that does not follow that rule. For example, drink is an irregular verb because the past form of drink is drank, and not "drinked". Go is an irregular verb too. That is because the past form of go is went, and not "goed". These are examples of Irregular Verbs:
This photograph of the Ghost Girl wastaken as Wem Town Hall burned to theground in Shropshire, UK in 1995. Atthe time, nobody saw this girlstanding in the doorway of theburning building. Onlookers werestopped by police and firefightersfrom approaching the burning townhall. continue
The town hall burned down once before, along time ago. It happened in 1677 andhistory books say that the fire was startedaccidentally by a 14-year old girl calledJane Churm, when she dropped a candle.Locals maintain that Jane Churm was oneof the people who died in that fire back in1677 and has haunted the town hall eversince. Some think her ghost continues tohaunt the building because of her guilt forstarting the original fire that killed somany others.