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Unit 3 Week 5
Introducing
Irregular Verbs
IRREGULAR VERBS
irregular verbs – the past tense and past participle
of a regular verb is formed by adding – ed: walk,
walked, have walked.
DAY 1
When forming the past tense and past participle
for some irregular verbs, a vowel is changed:
begin, began, have begun, ring, rang, have rung.
The past tense and past participle of other
irregular verbs are formed by changes in spelling:
go, went, have gone; speak, spoke, have spoken
IRREGULAR VERB
REVIEW
Irregular verb: do
past tense –
past participle – done
Irregular verb: drive
Past tense –
Past participle – driven
DAY 2
Irregular verb: hide
past tense – hid
past participle –
Mechanics and Usage:
Contractions with Helping
and Irregular Verbs
A contraction is one word made from two. To
form a contraction, replace one or more letters
in a word with an apostrophe.
A contraction can be formed with a pronoun
and a helping verb.
DAY 3
We have bought a new car.
We’ve bought a new car.
A contraction can be formed with a pronoun
and the present tense form of an irregular verb.
I am the contest winner.
I’m the contest winner.
Proofread
1. Kasey buyed a new pair of shoes for
school this year.
1. Sam’s shirt shrinked in the wash.
DAY 4
1. Wendy has leaved her sweater at the
restaurant.
1. Mr. Morris teached us about the
American Revolution last week.
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