Did you know that there are over 600,000 words in English? That's a lot of words, and far more than any human being could ever manage to learn. Even Shakespeare only used around 55,000 different words in all of his works. Mind you, he did actually invent quite a few of them. To get a good mastery of English, you do need to expand your vocabulary as much as possible. The more words you know, the better your English will be. The Activities here will help you to quickly develop your vocabulary.
If you are preparing for one of the internationally recognised exams such as IELTS, or the exams from Cambridge Assessment English, or Trinity, then the Activities in this category will be very useful to your studies. If you simply want to test your English abilities in and see how you are progressing in your studies of English as a second or foreign language, then the tests in this category will help you. You can test your abilities in English by seeing if you make the same mistakes that advanced users of English or even proficient users of English make. There's also an English level test with a hundred questions to test your general level of English. Don't be afraid of making mistakes, as it's through mistakes that we improve in anything we do, including learning English.
All of the most common irregular English verbs are here pronounced and spelt to help you master them. The verbs are: eat, awake, beat, become, begin, bend, beset, bet, bid, bite, bleed, blow, bear, buy, bind, breed, break, bring, build, burn, burst, bust, come, cast, catch, choose, clothe, cling, cost, creep, crossbreed, cut, deal, do, disprove, dive, drink, dream, draw, drive, dig, dwell, feed, fall, feel, fit, flee, fly, fling, forsake, fight, find, freeze, give, get, grow, grind, have, hear, hold, hew, hide, hit, hang, hurt, inbreed, inlay, keep, kneel, know, knit, lay, lie, lean, learn, lead, leave, lend, leap, let, light, lose, make, mean, meet, mow, pay, plead, prove, put, quit, run, ring, read, rid, ride, rise, say, sing, sink, sit, see, saw, send, set, sew, shave, shear, shed, shoe, shine, shake, shoot, show, shrink, shut, sleep, slay, slide, slit, sling, slink, smell, smite, sneak, sell, seek, sow, speed, spell, spend, spill, spit, split, spoil, speak, spring, spread, spin, stink, steal, stand, strew, stride, strive, strike, string, stick, sting, sublet, swim, sweat, swell, sweep, swear, swing, teach, think, throw, thrive, thrust, tell, take, tear, tread, be, wed, go, weep, wake, win, wear, wind, weave, write, and wring. Irregular English Verbs Activator
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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