Regular Verbs

(see Complete list of Irregular Verbs)

base
call
clean
look
talk
end
wait
kiss
wash
live
love
beg
sin
play
stay
cry
study
die
tie
-s form
calls
cleans
looks
talks
ends
waits
kisses
washes
lives
loves
begs
sins
plays
stays
cries
studies
dies
ties
past
called
cleaned
looked
talked
ended
waited
kissed
washed
lived
loved
begged
sinned
played
stayed
cried
studied
died
tied
past participle
called
cleaned
looked
talked
ended
waited
kissed
washed
lived
loved
begged
sinned
played
stayed
cried
studied
died
tied
-ing form
calling
cleaning
looking
talking
ending
waiting
kissing
washing
living
loving
begging
sinning
playing
staying
crying
studying
dying
tying
notes
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6

Notes:

1. Pronunciation differences in past/past participle after /p, s, k, f/ sounds

2. Pronunciation differences in past/past participle after /t, d/ sounds

3. Spelling and pronunciation differences in -s form after /s, sh, ch, z/ sounds<

4. Dropping of "silent e" with -ing endings

5. Doubled consonants after "short" vowel sounds

6. Spelling differences when "y" is preceded by a consonant

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