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Grammar Level 3- Lesson Twenty Eight

In this grammar lesson, you learn about Irregular Verb Tense in English and how to use it in your English conversation and writing. Just follow examples and write them down a few times to learn them very well. After finishing this lesson, you should work on its quiz.

Grammar Recap

In our previous lesson, we covered the Verb Tenses If you just landed on this page, we suggest that you complete our previous lesson including its quizzes before continuing on this lesson.

Requirement Lessons

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In this lesson you learned how a regular verb changes from one tense to another in English. Irregular verbs are more difficult. These types of verbs are hard to use because of the way they change when they are conjugated. In some cases, they don’t change at all. The verbs “be,” “do,” and “have,” in particular, can be very difficult.

This lesson is in four parts. This first part shows how an irregular verb such as “go” changes from one verb tense to another.

The verb “go” is a very popular irregular verb:

Irregular Verb Tenses

go

simple present tense

 

 

singular plural
I go We go
You go You go
He goes
She goes They go
It goes

simple past tense

 

 

singular
plural
I went
We went
You went
You went
He went
She went
They went
It went

simple future tense

 

 

singular
plural
I will go
We will go
You will go
You will go
He will go
She will go
They will go
It will go

present continuous tense

 

 

singular
plural
I am going
We are going
You are going
You are going
He is going
She is going
They are going
It is going

past continuous tense

 

 

singular
plural
I was going
We were going
You were going
You were going
He was going
She was going
They were going
It was going

future continuous tense

 

 

singular
plural
I will be going
We will be going
You will be going
You will be going
He will be going
She will be going
They will be going
It will be going

present perfect tense

 

 

singular
plural
I have gone
We have gone
You have gone
You have gone
He has gone
She has gone
They have gone
It has gone

past perfect tense

 

 

singular
plural
I had gone
We had gone
You had gone
You had gone
He had gone
She had gone
They had gone
it had gone
future perfect tense

 

singular
plural
I will have gone
We will have gone
You will have gone
You will have gone
He will have gone
She will have gone
They will have gone
It will have gone

present perfect continuous tense

 

 

singular
plural
I have been going
We have been going
You have been going
You have been going
He has been going
She has been going
They have been going
It has been going

past perfect continuous tense

 

 

singular
plural
I had been going
We had been going
You had been going
You had been going
He had been going
She had been going
They had been going
It had been going

future perfect continuous tense (Don’t worry too much about learning this tense. Few people use it.)

 

 

singular
plural
I will have been going
We will have been going
You will have been going
You will have been going
He will have been going
She will have been going
They will have been going
It will have been going
modal verbs: ______ go
past tense modal: ______ have gone
infinitive: to go
gerund: going

Practice write by hand

Directions: Write the main verb using the correct tense.

1. I _________ to the store almost every day. (present)

2. She _______ _________ to Las Vegas many times. (present perfect tense)

3. They ________ ________ to their friend’s house later. (future)

4. Bill ________ _________ to several schools before he found one he really liked. (past perfect)

5. The truck ________ ________ over the speed limit when it was stopped by a police officer. (past continuous tense)

 

 

Quiz for Irregular Verb Tenses

Now that you learned your new lesson, it is time to go to the Irregular Verb Tense page and finish your quiz. While working on your quiz, you can always go back to its lesson to refresh your memory.

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