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Irregular Verbs



ALL 3 FORMS ARE SIMILAR
infinitive
simple past
past participle
bet*
bet
bet
burst
burst
burst
cost
cost
cost
cut
cut
cut
hit
hit
hit
hurt
hurt
hurt
let
let
let
put
put
put
read
read
read
set
set
set
shut
shut
shut


INFINITIVE AND SIMPLE PAST ARE SIMILAR

infinitive
simple past
past participle
beat
beat
beaten


INFINITIVE AND PAST PARTICIPLE ARE SIMILAR

infinitive
simple past
past participle
come
came
come
run
ran
run
become
became
become


SIMPLE PAST AND PAST PARTICIPLE ARE SIMILAR

infinitive
simple past
past participle
bring
brought
brought
build
built
built
buy
bought
bought
catch
caught
caught
deal
dealt
dealt
feed
fed
fed
feel
felt
felt
fight
fought
fought
find
found
found
get
got
got
hang
hung
hung
have
had
had
hear
heard
heard
hold
held
held
keep
kept
kept
lay
laid
laid
lead
led
led
leave
left
left
lend
lent
lent
light*
lit
lit
lose
lost
lost
make
made
made
mean
meant
meant
meet
met
met
pay
paid
paid
say
said
said
sell
sold
sold
send
sent
sent
shine
shone
shone
shoot
shot
shot
sit
sat
sat
sleep
slept
slept
slide
slid
slid
spend
spent
spent
stand
stood
stood
stick
stuck
stuck
sweep
swept
swept
swing
swung
swung
teach
taught
taught
tell
told
told
think
thought
thought
understand
understood
understood
win
won
won

ALL 3 FORMS ARE DIFFERENT

infinitive
simple past
past participle
be
was/were
been
begin
began
begun
blow
blew
blown
break
broke
broken
choose
chose
chosen
do
did
done
draw
drew
drawn
drink
drank
drunk
drive
drove
driven
eat
ate
eaten
fall
fell
fallen
fly
flew
flown
forget
forgot
forgotten
freeze
froze
frozen
give
gave
given
go
went
gone
grow
grew
grown
hide
hid
hidden
know
knew
known
lie
lay
lain
ride
rode
ridden
ring
rang
rung
rise
rose
risen
see
saw
seen
shake
shook
shaken
show*
showed
shown
sing
sang
sung
sink
sank
sunk
speak
spoke
spoken
spring
sprang
sprung
steal
stole
stolen
swear
swore
sworn
swim
swam
swum
take
took
taken
tear
tore
torn
throw
threw
thrown
wake
woke
woken
wear
wore
worn
weave
wove
woven
write
wrote
written
* regular form (+ -ed) also possible.

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Used to/Get used to/Be used to

‘used to + infinitive’ and ‘be/get used to’
‘used to + infinitive’ and ‘be/get used to’ Students have difficulties in making distinction between used to + infinitive and be/get used to + ‘ing’ form because they look similar. As a matter of fact, they are totally different.

‘used to + infinitive’

Used to is for things that happened in the past and have no connectivity to present:

Peter used to smoke three cigarettes a day. My boyfriend used to drink a lot of coffee during sleepless nights. Sarah and her mother used to go out for a walk every day. Negative form is ( odrični oblik je) : didn't ( did not) use to: I didn't use to smoke before.
Question form is (upitni oblik je) : Did she (subject)  use to..? Did she use to drink a lot of coffee?

As you may guess you can not use 'used to' in the present. To talk about present habits we use the present simple and an adverb of frequency (usually, always, often, never, etc.)

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