Regular Verbs

base -s form past past participle -ing form notes
call calls called called calling
clean cleans cleaned cleaned cleaning
look looks looked looked looking 1
talk talks talked talked talking 1
end ends ended ended ending 2
wait waits waited waited waiting 2
kiss kisses kissed kissed kissing 3
wash washes washed washed washing 3
live lives lived lived living 4
love loves loved loved loving 4
beg begs begged begged begging 5
sin sins sinned sinned sinning 5
play plays played played playing
stay stays stayed stayed staying
cry cries cried cried crying 6
study studies studied studied studying 6
die dies died died dying
tie ties tied tied tying

Notes:

1. Pronunciation differences in past/past participle after /p, s, k, f/ sounds

2. Pronunciation differences in past/past participle after /t, d/ sounds

3. Spelling and pronunciation differences in –s form after /s, sh, ch, z/ sounds

4. Dropping of “silent e” with –ing endings

5. Doubled consonants after “short” vowel sounds

6. Spelling differences when “y” is preceded by a consonant

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