|Irregular forms of verb|
In English there are three Principal Forms of a verb:
- The Present Tense
- The Past Tense
- The Past Participle
Any verb that does not form its Past and Past Participle by adding ed (or d) to the Present is called an irregular verb.
Past Participle are also called the
the Second, and
the Third Form of a verb.
Below is given a list of verbs in the three forms of the tense.