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    #51
    ride, rode, ridden, riding, rides

    I ride horses for a living. (No, not really. :wink: )
    I have ridden a horse before.
    I rode one once several years ago.
    I saw Sally riding her horse yesterday.
    Do you like to ride horses?
    Have you ever ridden a horse?

    I like riding my bike.
    My bike is broken, and I can't ride it today.

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    #52
    drive, drove, driven, driving, drives

    I drive a red car.
    When did you last drive the car?
    Do you know how to drive?
    She drives fast.
    I drove to Chicago last week.
    What would Jesus drive, and why?
    Jake drove the getaway car.
    Bob slowly drove out of the driveway.
    Susie drives an Audi.
    Jack and Mary drove to town last week.
    I drove all night and slept the next day.
    The car has not been driven for a while.
    Jane has been driven insane.
    That noise is driving me crazy.
    Where is he driving to?
    What are you driving at?
    I am driving to St. Louis tomorrow.
    Would you like to drive to New York?
    What do you think about driving to Kansas City?

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    #53
    bite, bit, bitten, biting, bites

    bite: I bite, he bites; she bites; we bite; you bite; they bite.

    • I have been bitten.
      I don't like to be bitten.
      Be careful of the dog. It might bite.
      Don't bite!
      I wouldn't like to be bitten.
      It isn't nice to bite people.
      Once you have been bitten you wouldn't want to be bitten again.
      You wouldn't want a shark to bite you.

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    #54
    eat, eaten, eating, eats

    • Sam: Have you eaten?
      Pam: Yes, I have eaten.


    • Sam: Did you eat lunch?
      Pam: Yes, I ate lunch.


    • Sam: What did you eat for lunch?
      Pam: I ate a hamburger.


    • Sam: Would you like to eat dinner with me?
      Pam: No, you are too messy when you eat.


    (Apparently, Pam has eaten with Sam before or she has at least seen him eat.)

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    #55
    hold, held, held, holding, holds

    I hold; you hold; we hold; they hold; he holds; she holds.

    • Hold onto your hat.
      Hold your horses!
      Hold tight!
      Hold everything!
      Hold up!
      Hold the phone!
      Hold the door for me.

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    I think nobody has told you this before... but this really helps! Thanks for these examples... :D ;)

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    #57
    Quote Originally Posted by sanny
    I think nobody has told you this before... but this really helps! Thanks for these examples... :D ;)
    Thanks a bunch!

    :D :D

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    #58
    hold
    • Hold the elevator for me, please!
      Do you want to hold the baby?
      Would you hold this for me for a minute?
      How long can you hold that?
      I'm going to hold onto what I've got.
      I'm going to hold onto my money.
      Congress plans to hold hearings on the matter.
      Hold onto your money.
      Police hold 40 in gangmaster raid after raiding a house in Suffolk.
      MPs hold inquiry into UK computer crime law.
      "Hold me," I said.

    The past tense and past participle of hold is held.
    • We held each other tightly.
      I held her close to me.
      I held my baby for the first time.
      He held me while I cried on his shoulder.
      He held my hand.
      She held my hand.
      We held each other's hands.
      She held my glance for an instant.
      She held on for dear life.
      They held on to the railing.

      I have held this opinion for a number of years.
      I have held this box long enough.


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    Ok, here goes:

    List of irregular verbs

    Infi. past tense past participle

    be was(were) been
    beat beat beaten
    become became become
    bet bet bet
    bite bit bitten
    bleed bled bled
    blow blew blown
    break broke broken
    bring brought brougnt
    build built built
    burn burnt, burnt,
    burned burned
    burst burst burst
    buy bought bought
    catch caught caught
    choose chose chosen
    come came come
    cost cost cost
    cut cut cut
    deal dealt dealt
    dig dug dug
    do did done
    draw drew drawn
    dream dreamt, dreamt,
    dreamed dreamed
    drink drank drunk
    drive drove driven
    eat ate eaten
    fall fell fallen
    feed fed fed
    feel felt felt
    fight fought fought
    find found found
    fly flew flown
    forbid forbade forbidden
    forget forgot forgotten
    forgive forgave forgiven
    freeze froze frozen
    get got got/gotten
    give gave given
    go went gone
    grow grew grown
    hang hung, hung
    hanged hanged
    have had had
    hear heard heard
    hide hid hidden
    hit hit hit
    hold held held
    hurt hurt hurt

    To be continued...


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    #60
    Ok, here goes:

    List of irregular verbs

    Keep
    know
    lay
    lead
    learn
    leave
    lend
    let
    lie
    light
    lose
    make
    mean
    meet
    pay
    put
    read
    ride
    ring
    rise
    run
    say
    see
    sell
    send
    set

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