Irregular Verbs | Irregular Verbs List in English 2021

Irregular Verbs | Irregular Verbs List in English: This list contains all the irregular verbs of the English language. Each entry includes the base or bare infinitive first, followed by the simple past (V2) form and the past participle (V3) form. Taking some time to make sentences using each irregular verb form will help you to use these verbs correctly when speaking and writing. Simply reading through this list will help you to recognize an irregular verb when you see one.

S. No.Verb Meaning1st Form2nd form3rd form
1Weave – बुनना (Bunna)Weave Wove/Weaved Woven/Weaved
2Seek – ढूंढना (Dhundna), खोजना (Khojna) Seek SoughtSought
3Swim – तैरना (Tairna) SwimSwam Swum
4Freeze – जमना  (Jamna) FreezeFrozeFrozen
5Lend – देना (Dena) LendLentLent
6Rise – उगना (Ugna) RiseRoseRisen
7Wear – पहनना (Pehanna) WearWoreWorn
8Fly – उड़ना (Udna) Fly FlewFlown
9Swear – कसम खाना (Kasam khana) Swear (स्वैर) Swore (स्वोर) Sworn (स्वोर्न)
10Begin – शुरू करना (Shuru karna) BeginBeganBegun
11Dig – खोदना (Khodna) Dig Dug Dug
12Read -पढ़ना (Padhna)Read (रीड) Read (रैड) Read (रैड)
13Leave – छोड़ना (Chhodna) Leave LeftLeft
14Dream – सपना (Sapna) DreamDreamtDreamt
15Drink – पीना (Peena) Drink Drank Drunk    
16Eat – खाना (Khana)EatAteEaten
17Fight – लड़ाई करना (Ladai karna)FightFought Fought 
18Choose – चुनना  (Chunna)Choose ChoseChosen
19Buy – खरीदना  (Khareedna) BuyBought Bought
20Catch – पकड़ना  (Pakadna) Catch CaughtCaught
21Tell – कहना  (Kehna)TellToldTold
22Grow – बढ़ना (Badhna) Grow GrewGrown
23Hear – सुनना ( Sunna)HearHeard Heard
24Hide – छिपना, छिपाना (Chhipna / Chhipana) HideHid Hidden
25Come – आना (Aana) ComeCame Come
26Build – निर्माण करना  (Nirmaan karna) Build BuiltBuilt
27Fall – गिरना (Girna) Fall Fell Fallen
28Hold – पकड़ना (Pakadna) Hold HeldHeld
29Know – जानना ( Jaanna) KnowKnewKnown
30Sleep – सोना  (Sona) SleepSlept Slept
31Lose – खोना  ( Khona) LoseLost Lost
32Pay – चुकाना ( Chukana) Pay Paid Paid
33Think – सोचना  (Sochna)Think ThoughtThought
34Run – दौड़ना (Daudna) RunRanRun
35Say – कहना (Kehna) Say SaidSaid
36Sell – बेचना (Bechna) SellSold Sold
37Shake – हिलाना (Hilana) ShakeShookShaken
38Write – लिखना (Likhna) Write Wrote Written
39Shine – चमकना (Chamakna) ShineShone/Shined Shone/Shined
40Sink – डूबना (Doobna) Sink SankSunk
41Sit – बैठना  (Baithna) Sit Sat Sat
42Stand – खड़े रहना (Khade rehna) Stand StoodStood
43Ride – सवारी करना (Savari karna), चलाना (Chalana)Ride RodeRidden
44Spread – फैलाना (Failana) SpreadSpreadSpread
45Steal – चुराना  (Churana) Steal StoleStolen
46Quit – छोड़ना (Chhodna) QuitQuitQuit
47Sing – गाना (Gaana) Sing SangSung
48Send – भेजना (Bhejna) Send SentSent
49Teach – सिखाना  (Sikhaana) Teach TaughtTaught
50Spend – बिताना (Bitana), खर्च करना (Kharch karna) Spend SpentSpent
51Lay – रखना (Rakhna) LayLaid Laid
52Lie – लेटना (Letna) Lie LayLain
53Lie – झूठ बोलना (Jhoot bolna) LieLied Lied
54Hang – कोई चीज लटकना/ लटकाना (Koi cheez Latakna/ Latkana)HangHung Hung
55Hang – फाँसी पर लटकाना (Faansi par Latkana)HangHanged Hanged

This is our tool for searching among irregular verbs in English. Although the conjugation of verbs in English is simpler than in French, there are exceptions.
To become bilingual, it is essential to know the list of the main irregular verbs by heart. There are techniques for memorizing them.

Ncert Solution

What is an irregular verb?

It is a verb that does not follow the common conjugation pattern.
The English language has at least 200 irregular verbs.
As a reminder, to conjugate a verb in the past tense in English, you have to add “ed” at the end.

For example : “to drive” => “She drived”

How to memorize irregular verbs? 

To learn the verbs we advise you to use the four-column table above. You will then just have to hide certain columns and try to guess them.
You will not be able to learn all 200 verbs in one day. The technique we recommend is to learn 10 verbs per day, preferably 15 minutes in the morning. In the evening before going to bed, it is important to work on these verbs again.
By using this method, you can learn all the irregular verbs without forcing in about 20 days.

What do the columns in the table correspond to?

The first column is the infinitive. The infinitive is distinguished by “To” like “To buy” or “To dive”.

The second column corresponds to the preterite of the verb. It is when the action took place in the past tense and is finished.

The third column corresponds to the past participle of the verb. It is when the action is finished, but still has a connection with the present tense.

Reference Book Solutions

#2 List of the irregular verbs in English

abideabodeabode
arisearosearisen
awakeawokeawoken
bewas/werebeen
bearboreborne / born
beatbeatbeaten
becomebecamebecome
begetbegat / begotbegotten
beginbeganbegun
bendbentbent
betbetbet
bidbid / badebid / bidden
bitebitbitten
bleedbledbled
blowblewblown
breakbrokebroken
bringbroughtbrought
broadcastbroadcastbroadcast
buildbuiltbuilt
burnburnt / burnedburnt / burned
burstburstburst
buyboughtbought
cancouldcould
castcastcast
catchcaughtcaught
chidechid / chodechid / chidden
choosechosechosen
clingclungclung
clotheclad / clothedclad / clothed
comecamecome
costcostcost
creepcreptcrept
cutcutcut
dealdealtdealt
digdugdug
divediveddived / dove
dodiddone
drawdrewdrawn
dreamdreamt / dreameddreamt / dreamed
drinkdrankdrunk
drivedrovedriven
dwelldweltdwelt / dwelled
eatateeaten
fallfellfallen
feedfedfed
feelfeltfelt
fightfoughtfought
findfoundfound
fleefledfled
flingflungflung
flyflewflown
forbidforbadeforbidden
forecastforecastforecast
foreseeforesawforeseen
forgetforgotforgotten / forgot
forgiveforgaveforgiven
forsakeforsookforsaken
freezefrozefrozen
getgotgotten / got
givegavegiven
gowentgone
grindgroundground
growgrewgrown
hanghunghung
havehadhad
hearheardheard
hidehidhidden
hithithit
holdheldheld
hurthurthurt
keepkeptkept
kneelknelt / knelledknelt / kneeled
knowknewknown
laylaidlaid
leadledled
leanleant / leanedleant / leaned
leapleapt / leapedleapt / leaped
learnlearntlearnt
leaveleftleft
lendlentlent
letletlet
lielaylain
lightlit / lightedlit / lighted
loselostlost
makemademade
meanmeantmeant
meetmetmet
mowmowedmowed / mown
offsetoffsetoffset
overcomeovercameovercome
partakepartookpartaken
paypaidpaid
pleadpled / pleadedpled / pleaded
presetpresetpreset
proveprovedproven / proved
putputput
quitquitquit
readreadread
relayrelaidrelaid
rendrentrent
ridridrid
ringrangrung
riseroserisen
runranrun
sawsaw / sawedsawn / sawed
saysaidsaid
seesawseen
seeksoughtsought
sellsoldsold
sendsentsent
setsetset
shakeshookshaken
shedshedshed
shineshoneshone
shoeshodshod
shootshotshot
showshowedshown
shutshutshut
singsangsung
sinksank / sunksunk / sunken
sitsatsat
slayslewslain
sleepsleptslept
slideslidslid
slitslitslit
smellsmeltsmelt
sowsowedsown / sowed
speakspokespoken
speedspedsped
spellspeltspelt
spendspentspent
spillspilt / spilledspilt / spilled
spinspunspun
spitspat / spitspat / spit
splitsplitsplit
spoilspoiltspoilt
spreadspreadspread
springsprangsprung
standstoodstood
stealstolestolen
stickstuckstuck
stingstungstung
stinkstankstunk
strewstrewedstrewn / strewed
strikestruckstricken / struck
strivestrovestriven
swearsworesworn
sweatsweat / sweatedsweat / sweated
sweepsweptswept
swellswelled / sweatedswollen
swimswamswum
swingswungswung
taketooktaken
teachtaughttaught
teartoretorn
telltoldtold
thinkthoughtthought
thrivethrove / thrivedthriven / thrived
throwthrewthrown
thrustthrustthrust
typesettypesettypeset
undergounderwentundergone
understandunderstoodunderstood
wakewokewoken
wearworeworn
weepweptwept
wetwet / wettedwet / wetted
winwonwon
windwoundwound
withdrawwithdrewwithdrawn
wringwrungwrung
writewrotewritten

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