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Pres.
Past.

Perf. Part.
Dig
Dug

Dug
Did

Done
un-, mis-, over-
Draw, with- Drew

Drawn
Drink
Drank

Drunk
Drive
Drove

Driven
Dwell

Dwelt, Dwelled Dwelt, Dwelled
Eat
Ate

Eaten
Fall, be-
Fell

Fallen
Feed
Fed

Fed
Feel
Felt

Felt
Fight

Fought Fought
Find
Found

Found
Flee
Fled

Fled
Fly
Flew

Flown
Fling
Flung

Flung
Forsake
Forsook

Forsaken
Freeze
Froze

Frozen
Get, be, for- Got

Got Gild

Gilt, Gilded Gilt, Gilded Gird,

Girt, Girded Girt, Girded be-, un-, enGive, for-, mis- Gave

Given Go, for-, under- Went

Gone Grave, en- Graved

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Graved
Grind
Ground

Ground
Grow
Grew

Grown
Have
Had

Had
Hang*
Hung

Hung

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Hang, to take away life by hanging, is regular; as, das departed, and went and hanged himself.

Pres.
Past.

Perf. Part.
Heave*

Heaved, Hove Heaved, Hoven
Hear, orer-
Heard

Heard
Hew
Hewed

Hewn, Hewed
Hide
Hid

Hidden, Hid
Hit
Hit

Hit
Hold,
Held

Held
be-, with-, up-
Hurt
Hurt

Hurt
Keep
Kept

Kept
Kneel
Knelt

Knelt
Knit

Knit, Knitted Knit, Knitted Know, fore- Knew

Known
Lade
Laded

Laded
Load, un-, over. Loaded Loaded
Liet
Lay

Lain
(to lie down]
Lay
Laid

Laid
[to place], in-
Lead, mis- Led

Led
Leave
Left

Left
Lend
Lent

Lent
Let
Let

Let
Light

Lighted, Lit Lighted, Lit
Lose
Lost

Lost
Make
Made

Made
Mean

Meant, Meaned Meant, Meaned
Meet
Met

Met
Mow
Mowed

Mown, Mowed

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• The irregular past tense and perfect participle of this verb are employed in sea language; but the latter rarely. † Lie, to tell a falsehood, is regular.

Pres.
Past.

Perf. Part.
Pay, re-
Paid

Paid
Pen [to enclose] * Penned, Pent Penned, Pen
Put
Put

Put
Quit

Quitted, Quit Quit, Quitted
Read
Read

Read
Rend
Rent

Rent
Rid
Rid

Rid
Ride
Rode

Ridden
Ring

Rang, Rung Rung
Rise, a-
Rose

Risen
Rive
Rived

Riven
Run, out-
Ran

Run
· Saw
Sawed

Saw, Sawed
Say, un-, gain- Said

Said
See, fore- Saw

Seen
Seek
Sought

Sought
Sell
Sold

Sold
Seethe

Seethed, Sod Seethed
Send
Sent

Sent
Set, be-
Set

Set
Sit
Sat

Sat
Shake
Shook

Shaken
Shed
Shed

Shed
Shine
Shone

Shone
Shoe
Shod

Shod
Shoot, over- Shot

Shot
Shew or Show Shewed or Showed Shewn or Shown
Shred
Shred

Shred
Shrink
Shrunk

Shrunk

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Pen, to write, is regular.

Pres.
Past.

Perf. Part.
Shut
Shut

Shut
Sing
Sang, Sung,

Sung
Sink

Sank, Sunk Sunk
Slay
Slew

Slain
Sleep
Slept

Slept
Slide
Slid

Slid
Sling
Slung

Slung
Slink
Slunk

Slunk
Slit
Slit

Slit
Smite
Smote

Smitten
Sow
Sowed

Sown, Sowed
Speak, be-
Spoke

Spoken
Speed
Sped

Sped
Spend, mis- Spent

Spent Spill

Spilt, Spilled Spilt, Spilled
Spin
Spun

Spun
Spit*
Spit

Spit
Split
Split

Split
Spread, orer-, be- Spread Spread
Spring

Sprang, Sprung Sprung
Stand,-with,-under-Stood

Stood
Steal
Stole

Stolen
Stick
Stuck

Stuck
Sting
Stung

Stung
Stink

Stank, Stunk Stunk
Stride, be- Strode

Stridden
Strike
Struck

Struck
String
Strung

Strung
Strive
Strove

Striveu

Spit, to put on a spit, is regular.

Sworn

Swum

Pres.
Past.

Perf. Past. Strowor Strew,be-Strowed,Strewed Strown, Strowed

Strewn, Strewed
Swear, for- Swore
Sweat
Sweated

Sweated
Sweep
Swept

Swept
Swell
Swelled

Swelled, Swollen Swim

Swam, Swum
Swing
Swung

Swung
Take, mis-, under- Took

Taken
be-, re-, over-,
Teach, un-, mis- Taught Taught
Tear
Tore

Torn
Tell, fore- Told

Told
Think, be- Thought Thought
Thrive NOON Throve, Thrived Thriven Thrived
Throw, over- Threw

Thrown
Thrust
Thrust

Thrust
Tread, re-
Trod

Trodden
Wear
Wore

Worn
WE
Yeave, un- Wove

Woven
Wept

Wept
Win
Won

Won
Wind, un-
Wound

Wound
Wring
Wrung

Wrung
Write
Wrote

Written

Weep

Obs. When the past tense is a monosyllable not ending in a single vowel, the second person singular of the solemn style is formed by the addition of est; as, heardest, fleddest, lookest. Hadst, wast, saidst, and didst, are exceptions.

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