Some verbs are irregular. Their previous kinds do not finish in -ed.
So how do I know which verbs are regular and which are irregular?
You must learn them!
Be taught them from the record? Oh no!
It isn’t so bad. There aren’t actually so many verbs to be taught and remember that English is far simpler than many languages. The previous forms don’t change.
I took a taxi to the airport. (take → took)
That was after we spoke. (converse → spoke)
One individual gave me his last bar of chocolate. (give → gave)
I see what you mean. I made, you made, he made, she made, it made, we made, they made!
Precisely! They’re all the same. And the negatives are all formed withdid + not + the infinitive with out to. The question forms are very related:did + topic pronoun + the infinitive without to.
What did you do all day in the airport?
Did you could have enough food?
We did not think you’ll get home in time for your birthday.
Ok, you’re proper, that’s not too dangerous. Are there any exceptions?
Yes the verb to be. The previous form is was for I, he, she and it, however were for you, we they usually.
Itwas horrible not having the ability to phone you two!
Therewasn’t any meals. Iwas so hungry!
Wewere caught in the airport.
So what about this verb list?
Right, right here it is!