Difference between Regular and Irregular verbs

Category: English || Published on : 2020-06-01 16:49:38 || Author : TILS Education 2 1841


Verbs play a very significant role in the English. Especially when you need to frame a sentence then verbs are the only words that informs about the performed action in the sentence. For example: - I watched the full movie yesterday.
Verb has many parts based on the time or tense of the sentence. It differs as per the timing of the sentence. The parts of verbs are infinitive, third person present, simple past, past participle and present participle. On the basis of these parts of verb, there are some forms of the verb and the important forms we generally use are the simple past and past participle form. But there are some differences in the formation of simple past and past participle forms. And the differences of these forms of verb divide verbs into two types of verbs known as Regular Verbs and Irregular Verbs. Let’s learn more about Regular and Irregular Verbs in detail and know the difference between them –
Regular Verbs
Verbs which depends on the same and basic pattern of verbs in the formation are known as regular verbs. The formation of simple past and past participle in regular verbs are done by adding some particular and predefined prefixes such as –d, –ed, or –ied to the present infinitive of the verb. Though regular verbs follow some rules which are mentioned below: -
• When a verb or an action word has ending with a vowel, then prefix –d is added to convert it into simple past and past participle tense. Examples are given below: -



• When a verb or an action word ends with a consonant, then prefix –ed is added to convert it into simple past and past participle tense. Examples are given below: -



• When a verb or an action word ends with having last letter y, then prefix –ied is replaced with y to convert it into simple past and past participle tense. Examples are given below:-




• When a verb or an action word ends with this pattern consonant + vowel + consonant then the last consonant is doubled before adding prefix –ed to convert it into past tense. (Exception: - Verbs that end with ‘w’ and ‘x’ don’t come under this rule.) Examples are given below: -





Irregular Verbs
Irregular verbs are different from Regular verbs. It has some special rules to create past tense forms. Irregular verbs have same or different present and past tense forms. They completely change their forms in order to convert into an entirely different word. They don’t have predefined prefixes such as –d, –ed, or –ied to convert the verb into past tense form.
• Action words or verbs which don’t follow the rules whereas they have their own set of rules. Examples are given below: -





• Action words or verbs that have similar past tense forms as their base forms. Examples are given below: -





So, here we conclude our learning of the difference between Regular verbs and Irregular Verbs. It is very easy to remember the difference between the both, you just need to keep one thing in mind that Regular verbs have a consistent and fixed ending when they are converted into past tense forms. As against of these in irregular forms there is no such patters followed. Irregular forms either get changed completely or remain same when they are converted into past tense forms.
To learn more Regular and Irregular Verbs, the tables are given below.









Comments

Divyansh Suwalka

2020-06-08 09:25:00

Thanks to give me a new idea or new knowledge about verbs. It will take some time to practice it but I will try to clear this topic by practicing it.


RAJ SINGH

2020-06-01 16:58:23

It's really helpful



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