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B1/B2 LIST OF IRREGULAR VERBS

When you use a simple past form or a past participle form of a verb, some verbs are
regular verbs and some verbs are irregular verbs. If a verb is regular, the past simple
and past participle end in -ed. But when the past simple and past participle don't end
in -ed, the verb is irregular. The following verbs are irregular verbs.

Infinitive Simple Past Past Participle Translation

to be was /were been ser/ estar


to beat beat beaten batir
to become became become convertirse en
to begin began begun comenzar
to bite bit bitten morder
to blow blew blown soplar
to break broke broken romper
to bring brought brought traer
to build built built construir
to burn burned/burnt burned/burnt quemar, quemarse
to buy bought bought comprar
can could been able to poder
to catch caught caught coger
to choose chose chosen elegir
to come came come venir
to cost cost cost costar
to cut cut cut cortar
to deal dealt dealt tratar
to dig dug dug cavar
to do did done hacer
to draw drew drawn dibujar
to dream dreamt/dreamed dreamt/dreamed soñar
to drink drank drunk beber
to drive drove driven conducir
to eat ate eaten comer
to fall fell fallen caer
to fall over fell over fallen over caerse
to feed fed fed alimentar
to feel felt felt sentirse
to feel like felt like felt like sentirse como
to fight fought fought luchar
to find found found encontrar
to find out found out found out descubrir
to fly flew flown volar
to forget forgot forgotten olvidar
to forgive forgave forgiven perdonar
to freeze froze frozen congelar
to get dressed got dressed got dressed vestirse
to get up got up got up levantarse
to get on/ off got on/ off got on/ off subirse al/bajarse del
(bus)
to give gave given dar
to go went gone ir
to go out went out gone out salir
to go shopping went shopping gone shopping ir de compras
to grow grew grown crecer/cultivar
to have (got) had had tener
to hear heard heard oir
to hide hid hidden esconder(se)
to hit hit hit golpear
to hold sth held held sujetar (algo)
to hurt hurt hurt hacer daño
to keep kept kept guardar
to know knew known saber, conocer
to lead led led dirijir
to learn learnt/learned learnt/learned aprender
to leave left left marcharse
to lend lent lent dejar prestado
to let let let permitir
to lie lay lain tumbarse
to light lit lit encender
to lose lost lost perder
to make made made hacer
to mean meant meant significar
to meet met met conocerse, renir
to pay paid paid pagar
to put put put poner
to put on put put ponerse (ropa)
to read read read leer
to ride rode ridden montar (bici, caballo)
to ring rang rung sonar
to rise rose risen ascender/aumentar
to run ran run correr
to say said said decir
to see saw seen ver
to sell sold sold vender
to send sent sent mandar
to set set set colocar
to shake shook shaken agitar
to shine shone shone brillar
to shoot shot shot disparar
to show showed shown mostrar/enseñar
to shut shut shut cerrar
to sing sang sung cantar
to sit (down) sat (down) sat (down) sentarse
to sleep slept slept dormir
to smell smelt/smelled smelt/smelled oler
to smell like smelt/smelled smelt/smelled like oler a
like
to speak spoke spoken hablar
to spend spent spent pasar tiempo/ gastar
dinero
to spill spilt/spilled spilt/spilled derramar
to stand stood stood estar de pié (levantarse)
to steal stole stolen robar
to stick stuck stuck pegarse
to sting stung stung picar
to swim swam swum nadar
to swing swung swung balancearse
to take took taken llevar
to take a photo took a photo taken a photo tomar una fota
to take off took off taken off quitarse (ropa)
to teach taught taught enseñar
to tear tore tore romper en pedacitos
to tell told told contar
to think thought thought pensar
to throw threw thrown tirar/ lanzar
to understand understood understood entender/comprender
to wake up woke up woken up despertarse
to wear wore worn llevar puesto
to win won won ganar
to write wrote written escribir