Bienvenido a inglés verbos irregulares

Regla # 1 – No entres en pánico!

Incluso si conjugas un verbo irregular, utilizando las reglas de la conjugación de verbos regulares, la  mayoría de los hablantes nativos de Inglés te van a comprender. Lo que tú digas sonara inusual pero el oyente será capaz de entender lo que quieres decir.

Ejemplos:

Irregular
Verb
Correct
Past Tense
Incorrect
Past Tense
be
I have been good today.
beenbeed
I have beed good today.
have
I had a good time.
hadhaved
I haved a good time.
do
You did a good job
diddoed
You doed a good job.
write
I wrote an essay.
wrotewrited
I writed an essay

En las conjugaciones de  los verbos regulares en Inglés la terminacion -ed indica que una acción fue realizada en el pasado. Por ejemplo, he walked to work yesterday (Ayer el camino al trabajo), aplicando esto a un verbo irregular aun ‘hace sentido’ (y puede ser entendido) pero es mala gramática.

Las páginas siguientes contienen ‘guias de referencia’ de comunes verbos irregulares organizados en grupos que comparten la misma conjugación (cuando es posible).

Verbos irregulares sin patrones de conjugación similares

Nota: Algunas de las palabras en este grupo pueden tener palabras derivadas, por ejemplo, think and rethink.

Base FormPast SimplePast Participle3rd Person SingularPresent Participle
bewas/werebeenisbeing
havehadhadhashaving
saysaidsaidsayssaying
makemademademakesmaking
thinkthoughtthoughtthinksthinking

Do

Base FormPast SimplePast Participle3rd Person SingularPresent Participle
dodiddonedoesdoing
outdooutdidoutdoneoutdoesoutdoing
overdooverdidoverdoneoverdoesoverdoing
redoredidredoneredoesredoing
undoundidundoneundoesundoing

Eat

Base FormPast SimplePast Participle3rd Person SingularPresent Participle
eatateeateneatseating
overeatoverateovereatenovereatsovereating

Sleep

Base FormPast SimplePast Participle3rd Person SingularPresent Participle
sleepsleptsleptsleepssleeping
oversleepoversleptoversleptoversleepsoversleeping
creepcreptcreptcreepscreeping
feelfeltfeltfeelsfeeling
keepkeptkeptkeepskeeping
loselostlostloseslosing
sweepsweptsweptsweepssweeping
weepweptweptweepsweeping

Drink

Base FormPast SimplePast Participle3rd Person SingularPresent Participle
drinkdrankdrunkdrinksdrinking
beginbeganbegunbeginsbeginning
ringrangrungringsringing
sinksanksunksinkssinking
countersinkcountersankcountersunkcountersinkscountersinking
swimswamswumswimsswimming

Put

Base FormPast SimplePast Participle3rd Person SingularPresent Participle
putputputputsputting
inputinputinputinputsinputting
broadcastbroadcastbroadcastbroadcastsbroadcasting
burstburstburstburstsbursting
bustbustbustbustsbusting
costcostcostcostscosting
cutcutcutcutscutting
forecastforecastforecastforecastsforecasting
hithithithitshitting
hurthurthurthurtshurting
letletletletsletting
readreadreadreadsreading
misreadmisreadmisreadmisreadsmisreading
rereadrereadrereadrereadsrereading
setsetsetsetssetting
resetresetresetresetsresetting
shedshedshedshedsshedding

Run

Base FormPast SimplePast Participle3rd Person SingularPresent Participle
runranrunrunsrunning
outrunoutranoutrunoutrunsoutrunning
overrunoverranoverrunoverrunsoverrunning

Get

Base FormPast SimplePast Participle3rd Person SingularPresent Participle
getgotgot/gottengetsgetting
forgetforgotforgottenforgetsforgetting

Go

Base FormPast SimplePast Participle3rd Person SingularPresent Participle
gowentgone/beengoesgoing
undergounderwentundergoneundergoesundergoing

Know

Base FormPast SimplePast Participle3rd Person SingularPresent Participle
knowknewknownknowsknowing
blowblewblownblowsblowing
growgrewgrowngrowsgrowing
outgrowoutgrewoutgrownoutgrowsoutgrowing
overgrowovergrewovergrownovergrowsovergrowing
throwthrewthrownthrowsthrowing
overthrowoverthrewoverthrownoverthrowsoverthrowing

Take

Base FormPast SimplePast Participle3rd Person SingularPresent Participle
taketooktakentakestaking
mistakemistookmistakenmistakesmistaking
overtakeovertookovertakenovertakesovertaking
partakepartookpartakenpartakespartaking
undertakeundertookundertakenundertakesundertaking
forsakeForsookforsakenforsakesForsaking
shakeshookshakenshakesshaking

See

Base FormPast SimplePast Participle3rd Person SingularPresent Participle
seesawseenseesseeing
foreseeforesawforeseenforeseesforeseeing
overseeoversawoverseenoverseesoverseeing

Come

Base FormPast SimplePast Participle3rd Person SingularPresent Participle
comecamecomecomescoming
becomebecamebecomebecomesbecoming
overcomeovercameovercomeovercomesovercoming

Give

Base FormPast SimplePast Participle3rd Person SingularPresent Participle
givegavegivengivesgiving
forgiveforgaveforgivenforgivesforgiving

Find

Base FormPast SimplePast Participle3rd Person SingularPresent Participle
findfoundfoundfindsfinding
bindboundboundbindsbinding
fightfoughtfoughtfightsfighting
grindgroundgroundgrindsgrinding
wind
unwind
wound
unwound
wound
unwound
winds
unwinds
winding
unwinding

Tell

Base FormPast SimplePast Participle3rd Person SingularPresent Participle
telltoldtoldtellstelling
foretellforetoldforetoldforetellsforetelling
sellsoldsoldsellsselling

Leave

Base FormPast SimplePast Participle3rd Person SingularPresent Participle
leaveleftleftleavesleaving
cleavecleftcleftcleavescleaving

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