Based on the formation of Past and Past Participle Forms, Verbs are divided into two types. 1.) Regular Verbs 2.) Irregular Verbs.
Regular Verbs are the verbs that follows a fix pattern while conversion from present to past and past participles. Irregular Verbs are the verbs that do not follow a fix pattern while conversion from present to past and past participle form.
Regular verbs are formed by adding 'ed', 'd' or 'ied' to verb's base form as per the last character in the Verb. As irregular verbs do not follow any such pattern, we can not form just by adding a specific character.
Regular Verb Formation is based on last character of verb. 1.) Most Regular Verbs are formed by adding 'ed' to the base form of the word 2.) Regular Verbs are formed by adding 'd' to the base form of the word if verb ends with '-e' 3.) Regular Verbs are formed by adding 'ied' to the base form of the word if verb ends with '-y'
Irregular verbs do not form any fix pattern. For our understanding we will divide them into four groups. Group 1 : all three verb forms are same Group 2 : same 'past' and 'past participle' form. Group 3 : same 'base' and 'past participle' form. and Group 4 : aal three forms are different.
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