Irregular verbs



someone has requested for this so i hope it help =) 

There are approximately 180 irregular verbs. You don't need to learn all of them because some of these are very rare but many others are very useful and you do need to know them.
What's the easiest way to learn them? Some people think you should learn a list 'by heart'. Others think you should not learn them at all – you will just gradually acquire them over time.
One useful method is to note down new irregular verbs as you meet them. It is useful to write these verbs (or any vocabulary you want to learn) in sentences and learn those rather than the individual word.

please check this site : http://www2.gsu.edu/~wwwesl/egw/verbs.htm
it shows all the irregular verbs that you have to learn .

let's take an example :
DRINK

present :
you mustn't drink and drive .

past :
mike drank too much yesterday .

past participle :

i have drunk too much wine already .

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if you did with every verb like this it will get easy for you

ok so this is another example :

FIND

present :

i can't find my bag .

past :

a dead whale was found on the shore

past participle :

have you found your glasses ?

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so can you guys open the site and choose a verb  then do 3 sentences ( present - past - past participle ) just like the examples =) 

thanx =)

lovenest

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Present

I write a book

Past:

I wrote a book

Past participle:

I have written a book

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Present ' I am writing a book'

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I think this is the right sentence.which you have mentioned for present tense however can i make this sentence also like that.

I do like to write a book.

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Should be 'I would like to write a book'.   Otherwise you would write 'I like to write books.'  Or 'I do like writing books.'

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is it necesary to write 'do' before the verb?

 

Betsy Berger

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Original entry about which you ask:

Should be 'I would like to write a book'.   Otherwise you would write 'I like to write books.'  Or 'I do like writing books.'

Adding the word "do" to the sentence is not necessary. It is not wrong either. It is a choice.

"I like writing books" is a declarative sentence. It's okay grammatically.

"I do like writing books" could be a response to someone saying that he/she doesn't like writing books. It could also be a response to somone questioning the speaker if he/she likes to write books.

"I do like writing books" could also be said because the speaker is so excited about writing books.

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thank you you are bery good say.your write is very instructive.

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I am not sure but I think the correct is "I like writing a book"

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You are right!