Past Tense of Irregular Verbs Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.2.1.D

Core Standard

Irregular verbs do not follow any set or for that matter, predictable pattern when forming tenses. There are several irregular verbs that do not change tense at all. An example would be the word "shut". Regardless of when this action is taken place, the verb never takes on any other form. A few other irregular words end up being completely different words. When irregular verbs are used by writers the purpose is to engage the memory of their audience. This can helpful to make a body of work much more appealing to readers. The worksheets in the series below will get your students driving in the right direction with tense changes of these types of action words.









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