I don't think I've ever seen a more comprehensive list of irregular verbs.
To be honest I always hated learning irregular verbs. But on the other hand there are nost so many as you may have thought. Many of them are contained in the others . For example : hear is in overhear, hold in behold, take in betake etc.etc so you only have to teach 3 forms for hear,hold,take etc. Of course their meaning is another thing 8-)
Many are formed by adding prefixes to other verbs, but they're included for the sake of, erm, inclusivity. And then again, they don't always adhere rigidly to the original pattern- input has both irregular and regular forms, the irregular one from tradition and the regular one from the modern tendenc y to make all new verbs regular. My own favourites dight and bedight, neither of which I have ever heard used.
my teacher told me that there is 930 irregular verbs
Here, I see you lack a vision other than your own, it clowds some very important (for others) ways of presenting info needed on a daily basis.
One of my very useful ways of seeing things is to look even through eyes of an illiterate person or a person with very limited skills. 'To turn a handicap into advantage' , something like that.
What does "to tine" mean and how do you conjugate it, 5jj? I can't find it in the dictionaries.