50 V1 V2 V3 List, Regular and Irregular Verbs, Present Past and Past Participles

50 Regular and Irregular Verbs

50 V1 V2 V3 List, Regular and Irregular Verbs, Present Past and Past Participles is an essential list for ESL students. It includes 50 of the most common verbs in English, both regular and irregular, as well as their present, past, and past participle forms.

This list will help you conjugate verbs correctly and understand verb tenses. So whether you’re just starting to learn English or you’re a seasoned ESL student, this list is a valuable resource.

What are RegularĀ and Irregular Verbs?

A regular verb is a verb that follows the standard conjugation pattern in English. To form the past tense, for example, you add -ed to the base form of the verb. To form the future tense, you add -es. Some common regular verbs are swim, eat, and play.

Irregular verbs, on the other hand, do not follow the standard conjugation pattern. They have their own unique patterns that must be learned individually. Some common irregular verbs go, see, and sing.

Present Past Past Participle, 50 V1 V2 V3 List

V1 V2 V3
cost cost cost
hang hung hung
hear heard heard
lead led led
see saw seen
swim swam swum
feel felt felt
lend lent lent
ride rode ridden
sit sat sat
come came come
forget forgot forgotten
find found found
tear tore torn
win won won
go went gone
know knew known
run ran run
become became become
sleep slept slept
teach taught taught
tell told told
keep kept kept
dig dug dug
grow grew grown
have had had
freeze froze frozen
give gave given
lose lost lost
sell sold sold
do did done
fly flew flown
lay laid laid
fall fell fallen
begin began begun
beat beat beaten
hurt hurt hurt
eat ate eaten
ring rang rung
drink drank drunk
hold held held
lie lay lain
draw drew drawn
drive drove driven
fight fought fought
be was, were been
take took taken
wake woke woken
sink sank sunk
hit hit hit
write wrote written
speak spoke spoken
stand stood stood
forgive forgave forgiven
rise rose risen
cut cut cut
wear wore worn
say said said
spend spent spent
make made made
hide hid hidden
leave left left


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