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Answered 2012-07-02 13:29:36

A few of the many irregular verbs in English are:

  • drive (present tense) drove (past tense) driven (past participle)
  • lie (present tense) lay (past tense) lain(past participle)
  • ring (present tense) rang (past tense) rung (past participle)
  • read (present tense) read (past tense) read (past participle)
  • am, is, are (present tense of be), was, were (past tense) been (past participle)
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