Wednesday, 11 March 2020

Irregular Verbs Past Tense and Past Participle Lists


Use these irregular verbs past tense and past participle lists in your classroom for your students to have a handy print out to refer to. What makes this fun to learn is that the verbs are grouped based on silmilarities in conjugation so that they actually rhyme when you read the lists.

For example, read the verbs below:
sing, sang, sung
ring, rang, rung
swim, swam, swum

These have a distict rhyming rhythm. And there are other patterns in irregular verb conjugation. You can click here to see more of this resource from my TpT Spring Collection. You can also have similar versions for the other seasons as well.

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