The English language has a large number of irregular verbs, approaching 200 in normal use—and significantly more if prefixed forms are counted. An irregular verb is one that does not conform to the usual rule for forming its simple past tense and its past participle. In English, the "usual" rule (more on this below) is to add -ed or -d to the base form of the verb to create the past forms.

irregular verbs classification


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