Irregular verbs

Gramática inglesa. Conjugación verbal inglés. Verbos irregulares

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  • To abide

  • Abode, abided

    Abode, abided

    Soportar

  • To arise

  • Arose

    Arisen

    Surgir

  • To awake

  • Awoke

    Awoken

    Despertarse

  • To be

  • Was/were

    Been

    Ser / Estar

  • To bear

  • Bore

    Borne

    Soportar / Llevarse bien

  • To beat

  • Beat

    Beaten

    Golpear

  • To become

  • Became

    Become

    Llegar a ser

  • To befall

  • Befell

    Befallen

    Llegar

  • To beget

  • Begot

    Begotten

    Engendrar

  • To begin

  • Began

    Begun

    Empezar

  • To behold

  • Beheld

    Beheld

    Advertir

  • To bend

  • Bent

    Bent

    Doblar

  • To bereave

  • Bereaved, bereft

    Bereaved, bereft

    Privar

  • To beseech

  • Besought

    Besought

    Implorar

  • To beset

  • Beset

    Beset

    Sitiar

  • To bestride

  • Bestrode

    Bestridden

    Cabalgar

  • To bet

  • Bet, betted

    Bet, betted

    Apostar

  • To betake

  • Betook

    Betaken

    Recurrir

  • To bethink

  • Bethought

    Bethought

    Recapacitar / Reflexionar

  • To bid

  • Bade, bid

    Bidden, bid

    Ofrecer

  • To bide

  • Bode, bided

    Bode, bided

    Amargar / Pasarlo mal

  • To bind

  • Bound

    Bound

    Atar / unir

  • To bite

  • Bit

    Bitten

    Morder

  • To bleed

  • Bled

    Bled

    Sangrar

  • To bless

  • Blesses, blest

    Blesses, blest

    Bendecir

  • To blow

  • Blew

    Blown

    Soplar

  • To break

  • Broke

    Broken

    Romper

  • To breed

  • Bred

    Bred

    Criar

  • To bring

  • Brought

    Brought

    Traer

  • To broadcast

  • Broadcast, broadcasted

    Broadcast, broadcasted

    Retransmitir

  • To build

  • Built

    Built

    Construir / edificar

  • To burn

  • Burnt

    Burnt

    Quemar / arder

  • To burst

  • Burst

    Burst

    Reventar / estallar

  • To buy

  • Bought

    Bought

    Comprar

  • Can

  • Could

    Could

    Poder

  • To cast

  • Cast

    Cast

    Tirar

  • To catch

  • Caught

    Caught

    Coger(transporte)

  • To chide

  • Chid, chided

    Chidden, chid, chided

    Regañar

  • To choose

  • Chose

    Chosen

    Elegir

  • To cleave

  • Clove, cleft

    Cloven, cleft

    Hender / Rajar

  • To cleave

  • Cleaved, clave

    Cleaved

    Adherirse

  • To cling

  • Clung

    Clung

    Pegarse a

  • To clothe

  • Clothed, clad

    Clothed, clad

    Vestir

  • To come

  • Came

    Come

    Venir

  • To cost

  • Cost

    Cost

    Costar

  • To creep

  • Crept

    Crept

    Arrastrarse

  • To crow

  • Crowed, crew

    Crowed

    Cacarear

  • To cut

  • Cut

    Cut

    Cortar

  • To dare

  • Dared, durst

    Dared, durst

    Atreverse

  • To deal

  • Dealt

    Dealt

    Tratar

  • To dig

  • Dug

    Dug

    Cavar

  • To dive

  • Dived, dove

    Dived

    Zambullirse

  • To do

  • Did

    Done

    Hacer

  • To draw

  • Drew

    Drawn

    Dibujar

  • To dream

  • Dreamt

    Dreamt

    Soñar

  • To drink

  • Drank

    Drunk

    Beber

  • To drive

  • Drove

    Driven

    Conducir

  • To dwell

  • Dwelt, dwelled

    Dwelt, dwelled

    Habitar

  • To eat

  • Ate

    Eaten

    Comer

  • To fall

  • Fell

    Fallen

    Caer

  • To feed

  • Fed

    Fed

    Alimentar

  • To feel

  • Felt

    Felt

    Sentir

  • To fight

  • Fought

    Fought

    Luchar

  • To find

  • Found

    Found

    Encontrar

  • To fit

  • Fit, fitted

    Fit, fitted

    Sentar

  • To flee

  • Fled

    Fled

    Huir

  • To fling

  • Flung

    Flung

    Lanzar

  • To fly

  • Flew

    Flown

    Volar

  • To forbear

  • Forbore

    Forborne

    Abstenerse

  • To forbid

  • Forbade, forbad

    Forbidden

    Prohibir

  • To forecast

  • Forecast, forecasted

    Forecast, forecasted

    Predecir

  • To foreknow

  • Foreknew

    Foreknown

    Saber de antemano

  • To foresee

  • Foresaw

    Foreseen

    Prever

  • To foretell

  • Foretold

    Foretold

    Predecir / Pronosticar

  • To forget

  • Forgot

    Forgotten

    Olvidar

  • To forgive

  • Forgave

    Forgiven

    Perdonar

  • To forsake

  • Forsook

    Forsaken

    Abandonar

  • To forswear

  • Forswore

    Forsworn

  • To freeze

  • Froze

    Frozen

    Helar

  • To gainsay

  • Gainsaid

    Gainsaid

  • To get

  • Got

    Got, gotten

    Recibir / conseguir

  • To gild

  • Gilt, gilded

    Gilt, gilded

    Dorar

  • To gird

  • Girt, girded

    Girt, girded

    Rodear

  • To give

  • Gave

    Given

    Dar

  • To go

  • Went

    Gone

    Ir

  • To grave

  • Graved

    Graven, graved

  • To grind

  • Ground

    Ground

    Moler

  • To grow

  • Grew

    Grown

    Crecer

  • To hamstring

  • Hamstringed, hamstrung

    Hamstringed, hamstrung

  • To hang

  • Hung

    Hung

    Colgar

  • To have

  • Had

    Had

    Tener

  • To hear

  • Heard

    Heard

    Oír

  • To heave

  • Hove, heaved

    Hove, heaved

    Alzar

  • To hew

  • Hewed

    Hewn, hewed

    Tallar

  • To hide

  • Hid

    Hidden

    Esconder

  • To hit

  • Hit

    Hit

    Pegar / Golpear

  • To hold

  • Held

    Held

    Sostener

  • To hurt

  • Hurt

    Hurt

    Herir / doler

  • To inlay

  • Inlaid

    Inlaid

  • To keep

  • Kept

    Kept

    Conservar

  • To kneel

  • Knelt

    Knelt

    Arrodillarse

  • To knit

  • Knit

    Knit

    Hacer punto (fer calça)

  • To know

  • Knew

    Known

    Saber / conocer

  • To lade

  • Laded

    Laden

  • To lay

  • Laid

    Laid

    Tender / Extender

  • To lead

  • Led

    Led

    Conducir / Dirigir / Guiar

  • To lean

  • Leant

    Leant

    Apoyarse

  • To leap

  • Leapt

    Leapt

    Saltar

  • To learn

  • Learnt

    Learnt

    Aprender

  • To leave

  • Left

    Left

    Dejar / abandonar

  • To lend

  • Lent

    Lent

    Prestar

  • To let

  • Let

    Let

    Dejar / permitir

  • To lie

  • Lay

    Lain

    Echarse / tumbarse

  • To light

  • Lit

    Lit

    Encender

  • To lose

  • Lost

    Lost

    Perder

  • To make

  • Made

    Made

    Hacer / fabricar

  • To mean

  • Meant

    Meant

    Significar / querer decir

  • To meet

  • Met

    Met

    Encontrar(persona)

  • To melt

  • Melted

    Melted, molten

    Derretirse

  • To miscast

  • Miscast

    Miscast

  • To misdeal

  • Miscast

    Miscast

  • To misgive

  • Misgave

    Misgiven

  • To mislay

  • Mislaid

    Mislaid

  • To mislead

  • Misled

    Misled

  • To misspell

  • Misspelt

    Misspelt

  • To mistake

  • Mistook

    Mistaken

  • To misunderstand

  • Misunderstood

    Misunderstood

    Malentender

  • To mow

  • Mowed

    Mown, mowed

    Cortar / segar

  • To outbid

  • Outbade, outbid

    Outbidden, outbid

  • To outdo

  • Outdid

    Outdone

  • To outgo

  • Outwent

    Outgone

  • To outgrow

  • Outgrew

    Outgrown

  • To outride

  • Outrode

    Outridden

  • To outrun

  • Outran

    Outrun

  • To outshine

  • Outshone

    Outshone

  • To overbear

  • Overbore

    Overborne

  • To overcast

  • Overcast

    Overcast

  • To overcome

  • Overcame

    Overcome

  • To overdo

  • Overdid

    Overdone

  • To overhang

  • Overhung

    Overhung

  • To overhear

  • Overheard

    Overheard

  • To overlay

  • Overlaid

    Overlaid

  • To overleap

  • Overleapt, overleaped

    Oveleapt, overleaped

  • To overlie

  • Overlay

    Overlain

  • To override

  • Overrode

    Overridden

  • To overrun

  • Overran

    Overrun

  • To oversee

  • Oversaw

    Overseen

  • To overset

  • Overset

    Overset

  • To overshoot

  • Overshot

    Overshot

  • To oversleep

  • Overslept

    Overslept

  • To overtake

  • Overtook

    Overtaken

  • To overtrow

  • Overthrew

    Overthrown

  • To overwork

  • Overworked

    Overworked, overwrought

  • To partake

  • Partook

    Partaken

  • To pay

  • Paid

    Paid

    Pagar

  • To plead

  • Pled, plead, pleaded

    Pled, plead, pladed

    Implorar

  • To prove

  • Proved

    Proven, proved

  • To put

  • Put

    Put

    Poner

  • To read

  • Read /red/

    Read /red/

    Leer

  • To rebind

  • Rebound

    Rebound

  • To rebuild

  • Rebuilt

    Rebuilt

    Reconstruir

  • To recast

  • Recast

    Recast

  • To redo

  • Redid

    Redone

    Rehacer

  • To relay

  • Relaid

    Relaid

  • To remake

  • Remade

    Remade

    Rehacer

  • To rend

  • Rent

    Rent

    Rajar

  • To repay

  • Repaid

    Repaid

  • To rerun

  • Reran

    Rerun

    Recorrer

  • To reset

  • Reset

    Reset

  • To retell

  • Retold

    Retold

  • To rewrite

  • Rewrote

    Rewritten

    Reescribir

  • To rid

  • Rid, ridded

    Rid, ridded

    Librar

  • To ride

  • Rode

    Ridden

    Montar / cabalgar

  • To ring

  • Rang

    Rung

    Tocar / sonar

  • To rise

  • Rose

    Risen

    Levantar

  • To rive

  • Rived

    Riven, rived

  • To run

  • Ran

    Run

    Correr

  • To saw

  • Sawed

    Sawn,sawed

    Serrar

  • To say

  • Said

    Said

    Decir

  • To see

  • Saw

    Seen

    Ver

  • To seek

  • Sought

    Sought

    Buscar

  • To sell

  • Sold

    Sold

    Vender

  • To send

  • Sent

    Sent

    Enviar

  • To set

  • Set

    Set

    Poner

  • To sew

  • Sewed

    Sewn, sewed

    Coser

  • To shake

  • Shook

    Shaken

    Sacudir / agitar

  • To shave

  • Shaved

    Shaven, shaved

    Afeitar

  • To shear

  • Sheared

    Shorn, sheared

    Esquilar, podar

  • To shed

  • Shed

    Shed

    Despojarse

  • To shine

  • Shone

    Shone

    Brillar

  • To shoe

  • Shod, shoed

    Shod, shoed

    Calzar

  • To shoot

  • Shot

    Shot

    Disparar

  • To show

  • Showed

    Shown

    Mostrar / exponer

  • To shred

  • Shredded

    Shredded

  • To shrink

  • Shrank

    Shrunk

    Encoger / reducir

  • To shrive

  • Shrove, shrived

    Shriven, shrived

  • To shut

  • Shut

    Shut

    Cerrar

  • To sing

  • Sang

    Sung

    Contar

  • To sink

  • Sank

    Sunk

    Hundir

  • To sit

  • Sat

    Sat

    Sentarse

  • To slay

  • Slew

    Slain

    Matar

  • To sleep

  • Slept

    Slept

    Dormir

  • To slide

  • Slid

    Slid

    Deslizar / resbalar

  • To sling

  • Slung

    Slung

    Lanzar / arrojar

  • To slink

  • Slunk

    Slunk

    Escabullirse

  • To slit

  • Slit

    Slit

    Hendir / rajar

  • To smell

  • Smelt, smelled

    Smelt, smelled

    Oler

  • To smite

  • Smote

    Smitten

    Golpear

  • To sneeze

  • Snoze

    Snozen

    Estornudar

  • To sow

  • Sowed

    Sown

    Sembrar

  • To speak

  • Spoke

    Spoken

    Hablar

  • To speed

  • Sped, speeded

    Sped, speeded

    Ir de prisa

  • To spell

  • Spelt

    Spelt

    Deletrear

  • To spend

  • Spent

    Spent

    Gastar

  • To spill

  • Spilt, spilled

    Spilt, spilled

    Derramar

  • To spin

  • Span, spun

    Spun

    Girar

  • To spit

  • Spat

    Spat

    Escupir

  • To split

  • Split

    Split

  • To spoil

  • Spoilt, spoiled

    Spoilt, spoiled

    Estropear

  • To spread

  • Spread

    Spread

    Extender

  • To spring

  • Sprang

    Sprung

    Saltar

  • To stand

  • Stood

    Stood

    Estar de pie

  • To stave

  • Staved, stove

    Staved, stove

  • To steal

  • Stole

    Stolen

    Robar

  • To stick

  • Stuck

    Stuck

    Pegar / Fijar

  • To sting

  • Stung

    Stung

    Picar / Punzar

  • To stink

  • Stank

    Stunk

    Apestar

  • To strew

  • Strewed

    Strewn, strewed

    Esparcir

  • To stride

  • Strode

    Stridden

    Ir a zancadas

  • To strike

  • Struck

    Struck

    Golpear

  • To string

  • Strung

    Strung

    Enristrar

  • To strive

  • Strove

    Striven

    Esforzarse

  • To sunburn

  • Sunburnt, sunburned

    Sunburnt, sunburned

  • To swear

  • Swore

    Sworn

    Jurar / Maldecir

  • To sweat

  • Sweat, sweated

    Sweat, sweated

    Sudar

  • To sweep

  • Swept

    Swept

    Barrer

  • To swell

  • Swelled

    Swollen, swelled

    Inflarse

  • To swim

  • Swam

    Swum

    Nadar

  • To swing

  • Swung

    Swung

    Mecerse

  • To take

  • Took

    Taken

    Coger(cosas)

  • To teach

  • Taught

    Taught

    Enseñar

  • To tear

  • Tore

    Torn

    Desgarrar / rasgar

  • To tell

  • Told

    Told

    Decir / contar

  • To think

  • Thought

    Thought

    Pensar

  • To thrive

  • Throve, thrived

    Thriven, thrived

    Prosperar

  • To throw

  • Threw

    Thrown

    Tirar / lanzar

  • To thrust

  • Thrust

    Thrust

    Empezar

  • To tread

  • Trod

    Trodden

    Pisar

  • To unbend

  • Unbent

    Unbent

  • To unbind

  • Unbound

    Unbound

  • To underbid

  • Underbid

    Underbidden, underbid

  • To understand

  • Understood

    Understood

    Comprender / entender

  • To undertake

  • Undertook

    Undertook

    Emprender

  • To undo

  • Undid

    Undone

  • To upset

  • Upset

    Upset

  • To wake

  • Woke

    Wouken

    Despertar

  • To waylay

  • Waylaid

    Waylaid

  • To wear

  • Wore

    Worn

    Vestir

  • To weave

  • Wove

    Woven

    Tejer / trenzar

  • To wed

  • Wedded

    Wedded, wed

  • To weep

  • Wept

    Wept

    Llorar

  • To wet

  • Wet

    Wet

    Mojar / humedecer

  • To win

  • Won

    Won

    Ganar

  • To wind

  • Wound

    Wound

    Dar cuerda / enrollar

  • To withdraw

  • Withdrew

    Withdrawn

  • To withhold

  • Withheld

    Withheld

  • To withstand

  • Withstood

    Withstood

  • To work

  • Wrought

    Wrought

  • To wring

  • Wrung

    Wrung

    Retorcer

  • To write

  • Wrote

    Written

    Escribir

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