When to Use the Past Tense for Irregular Verbs | No Nonsense Grammar
Often when we write the past tense of a regular verb, we add an "-ed" after the last letter. Irregular verbs do not follow this rule! The simple past and simple participle of irregular verbs can end in a variety of ways with no consistent pattern.
Assign directly to your students using the code or link above, without having them log in. Simply tell your students to go to
www.pbsstudents.org and enter the Assignment Code, or click on the Assignment URL to share the assignment as a link.