Here is a list of fifty of the most common irregular verbs in English with some examples below.
|Infinitive||Past Simple||Past Participle|
|be||was / were||been|
|get||got||got (gotten in USA)|
|read||read (pronounced /red/)||read (pronounced /red/)|
- Examples of irregular verbs :
beat / beat / beaten
We beat the home team yesterday.
I’ve never beaten Tom at chess.
Do you think you could beat him?
drink / drank / drunk
I was so thirsty I drank two bottles of water.
Have you drunk any water yet?
I’ll drink something when I get there.
give / gave / given
They gave us an early appointment.
He’s given up on trying to learn Japanese.
I’ll give you a call next week.
make / made / made
I made the bed before I left
I’ve made some tea. Would you like some?Will he make the meeting next week?
see / saw / seen
Have you seen Angie yet?
I saw the film last week.
She’s going to see her friend next weekend.