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Irregular English Verbs Challenge

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Are you ready to take the ultimate Irregular English Verbs challenge? Can you get 20 questions right in the quickest possible time to put your name at the top of the Leader Board? When you do the quiz, you will be asked to write the 2nd or 3rd form of one of the 340 irregular English verbs. The fastest challenger with the highest score will go to the top of the Leader Board. The verbs all have audio to help you if you get stuck.

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Test yourself on your knowledge of the most common irregular English verbs. You can listen to each verb in its 3 forms as you do the questions. awake : awoke  awoken | be : was, were  been | bear : bore  born | beat : beat  beat | become : became  become | begin : began  begun | bend : bent  bent | beset : beset  beset | bet : bet  bet | bid : bid/bade  bid/bidden | bind : bound  bound | bite : bit  bitten | bleed : bled  bled | blow : blew  blown | break : broke  broken | breed : bred  bred | bring : brought  brought | broadcast : broadcast  broadcast | build : built  built | burn : burned/burnt  burned/burnt | burst : burst  burst | buy : bought  bought | cast : cast  cast | catch : caught  caught | choose : chose  chosen | cling : clung  clung | come : came  come | cost : cost  cost | creep : crept  crept | cut : cut  cut | deal : dealt  dealt | dig : dug  dug | dive : dived/dove  dived | do : did  done | draw : drew  drawn | dream : dreamed/dreamt  dreamed/dreamt | drive : drove  driven | drink : drank  drunk | eat : ate  eaten | fall : fell  fallen | feed : fed  fed | feel : felt  felt | fight : fought  fought | find : found  found | fit : fit  fit | flee : fled  fled | fling : flung  flung | fly : flew  flown | forbid : forbade  forbidden | forget : forgot  forgotten | forego (forgo) : forewent  foregone | forgive : forgave  forgiven | forsake : forsook  forsaken | freeze : froze  frozen | get : got  gotten | give : gave  given | go : went  gone | grind : ground  ground | grow : grew  grown | hang : hung  hung | hear : heard  heard | hide : hid  hidden | hit : hit  hit | hold : held  held | hurt : hurt  hurt | keep : kept  kept | kneel : knelt  knelt | knit : knit  knit | know : knew  know | lay : laid  laid | lead : led  led | leap : leaped/lept  leaped/lept | learn : learned/learnt  learned/learnt | leave : left  left | lend : lent  lent | let : let  let | lie : lay  lain | light : lighted/lit  lighted | lose : lost  lost | make : made  made | mean : meant  meant | meet : met  met | misspell : misspelled/misspelt  misspelled/misspelt | mistake : mistook  mistaken | mow : mowed  mowed/mown | overcome : overcame  overcome | overdo : overdid  overdone | overtake : overtook  overtaken | overthrow : overthrew  overthrown | pay : paid  paid | plead : pled  pled | prove : proved  proved/proven | put : put  put | quit : quit  quit | read : read  read | rid : rid  rid | ride : rode  ridden | ring : rang  rung | rise : rose  risen | run : ran  run | saw : sawed  sawed/sawn | say : said  said | see : saw  seen | seek : sought  sought | sell : sold  sold | send : sent  sent | set : set  set | sew : sewed  sewed/sewn | shake : shook  shaken | shave : shaved  shaved/shaven | shear : shore  shorn | shed : shed  shed | shine : shone  shone | shoe : shoed  shoed/shod | shoot : shot  shot | show : showed  showed/shown | shrink : shrank  shrunk | shut : shut  shut | sing : sang  sung | sink : sank  sunk | sit : sat  sat | sleep : slept  slept | slay : slew  slain | slide : slid  slid | sling : slung  slung | slit : slit  slit | smite : smote  smitten | sow : sowed  sowed/sown | speak : spoke  spoken | speed : sped  sped | spend : spent  spent | spill : spilled/spilt  spilled/spilt | spin : spun  spun | spit : spit/spat  spit | split : split  split | spread : spread  spread | spring : sprang/sprung  sprung | stand : stood  stood | steal : stole  stolen | stick : stuck  stuck | sting : stung  stung | stink : stank  stunk | stride : strod  stridden | strike : struck  struck | string : strung  strung | strive : strove  striven | swear : swore  sworn | sweep : swept  swept | swell : swelled  swelled/swollen | swim : swam  swum | swing : swung  swung | take : took  taken | teach : taught  taught | tear : tore  torn | tell : told  told | think : thought  thought | thrive : thrived/throve  thrived | throw : threw  thrown | thrust : thrust  thrust | tread : trod  trodden | understand : understood  understood | uphold : upheld  upheld | upset : upset  upset | wake : woke  woken | wear : wore  worn | weave : weaved/wove  weaved/woven | wed : wed  wed | weep : wept  wept | wind : wound  wound | win : won  won | withhold : withheld  withheld | withstand : withstood  withstood | wring : wrung  wrung | write : wrote  written |

 

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Spain flag Rocío from Spain!

Completed the Irregular English Verbs Challenge on Saturday, 12th February 2022 with a score of 170/200 or 85.00% in 4 min 03 sec.

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Tunisia flag houyem from Tunisia!

Completed the Irregular English Verbs Challenge on Friday, 11th February 2022 with a score of 170/200 or 85.00% in 10 min 19 sec.

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Colombia flag Sandra Silva from Colombia!

Completed the Irregular English Verbs Challenge on Thursday, 10th February 2022 with a score of 150/200 or 75.00% in 3 min 36 sec.

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Argentina flag Jorge Luis Muñoz from Argentina!

Completed the Irregular English Verbs Challenge on Thursday, 10th February 2022 with a score of 130/200 or 65.00% in 9 min 40 sec.

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