Regular Verbs

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A regular verb is one that follows the pattern of taking -ed for the past simple and past participle (or -d if the verb ends in -e; smoke smoked).

EG: walk walked walked


Browse our English Irregular Verb List which includes their base form, past simple, past participle, 3rd person singular, and the present participle / gerund.

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Auxiliary Verb; Ditransitive Verb; Dynamic Verb; Finite Verb; Inchoative Verb; Intransitive Verb; Modal Verb; Non-finite Verb; Performative Verb; Phrasal Verb; Stative Verb; Transitive Verb; Verb Group; Verb Phrase See also Irregular Verb  


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