English Irregular Verbs
What is an irregular verb?
An irregular verb is a verb that does not follow the normal rules of conjugation. In English, the rule for regular verbs is simple: The suffix "ed" is appended to the verb for both the past tense and the past participle. But for irregular verbs, there is no rule. Sometimes the verb changes completely (sing, sang, sung), sometimes there is only a partial change (buy, bought, bought), and sometimes there is no change at all (cut, cut, cut).
• 155 irregular verbs, with a sentence for each word
• Three different skill levels
• Audio pronunciation for every word
• Every word is clickable and pronounces the word
• A picture for each sentence
• Images and audio can be turned on or off
• A play button to re-read the sentence
How to use this app:
In Level One, the sentence is spoken by the app when the frame appears, so the student can hear the correct verb. The student then slides the correct
word into the sentence.
In Level Two, there is no audio clue to the correct answer, and the sentences have a mixture of both regular and irregular verbs
In the Advanced Level, the student is presented with each verb and must select the correct conjugation for both past tense, and past participle. The student must also correctly identify the verb as either regular or irregular.
This app allows each student to work at their own level. It is ideal for self paced learning or home schooling.
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Recommended Ages: 7-9
Categories: Reading, Vocabulary, Grammar