Irregular Verb List Viewer

Free English Language Software

The following download is a free program that allows you to have a comprehensive English irregular verb list at your disposal. The viewer contains a list of many different English irregular verbs, and allows you to quickly find and compare the different forms of each.

The program provides two views for you to examine the irregular verb list with - basic and advanced.

  Base Form Past Simple Past Participle 3rd Person Singular Present Participle / Gerund Verb Description
Basic View    
Advanced View

Download the Full English Irregular Verb List

This file contains the setup program which will install the Irregular Verb List Viewer on to your computer. Once you extract the installation program to your hard disk, run the Setup.exe file to install the program. Once installed, the program will be available from your Programs menu located in the Irregular Verb List folder.

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After you have downloaded the viewer above, please make sure you grab the latest verb definitions by installing the updates below.

Latest Program Updates

If you have already installed this program you can install the latest verb definition file by downloading the ZIP file below. Simply extract the contents of the ZIP file to the main program folder (normally C:\Program Files\UsingEnglish).

Verblist.zip (17.3k) - Last Updated: 19th February, 2011 - 620 Irregular Verbs

Tips for using the Program

  • If you need any help when using the program, click on the 'Go to Our Language Forum' link to go directly to the thread about the program. You will need to register if you want to post for the first time.
  • When a verb is highlighted, you can press the keys on the keyboard to jump forwards or backwards to that letter or letters.
  • If a verb is highlighted and you change from Basic to Full view, or vice versa, the verb will remain highlighted.
  • When a verb is highlighted, you can use the arrow keys to scroll up or down.
  • When a verb is highlighted, a basic definition appears below it.
  • Some verbs have more than one correct form, which is indicated by the symbol /
  • We give every form of each verb in the Full view, including present participles & gerunds and the third person singular simple present.
  • Try holding the arrow key down and scrolling through the list at speed; unlike a paper list, it's one you can play with!

Thanks to David Yunker and Jim Seals for their contributions and suggestions.

Note: This software runs on Microsoft Windows™