This time I’ll explain how to work with the past tense, but the past tense depends of the kind of verb you are working. Please read the next explanation about regular and irregular verbs.
English regular verbs change their form very little (unlike irregular verbs). The past tense and past participle of regular verbs end in -ed, for example:
work, worked, worked
Some verbs can be both regular and irregular, for example:
- learn, learned, learned
- learn, learnt, learnt
Irregular verbs are an important feature of English. We use irregular verbs a lot when speaking, less when writing. Of course, the most famous English verb of all, the verb “to be”, is irregular.
What is the difference between regular verbs and irregular verbs?
Keep studying and see you next time.