Flashcards in Irregular verbs Deck (70):
Arise- The past tense of arise.
Be- the first and third person singular of the past tense of be.
Become- To start to have a feeling or quality, or to start to develop into something.
Beat- To get the most points, votes etc in a game, race, or competition.
Bear-the past tense of bear.
Bend- The past tense and past participle of bend.
Begin- The past tense of begin.
Bet- To risk money on the result of a race, game, competition, or other future event.
Bite- A small piece of something.
Bleed- To lose blood, especially because of an injury.
Blow- The past tense of blow.
Broadcast- A programme on the radio or on television.
Break- The past tense of break.
Bring- The past tense of break.
Build- To make something, especially a building or something large
Burn- If a fire burns, it produces heat and flames.
Buy- To get something by paying money for it
Can- To be able to do something or to know how to do something.
Catch- To get hold of and stop an object such as a ball that is moving through the air.
Choose- To decide which one of a number of things or people you want.
Cling- To hold someone or something tightly, especially because you do not feel safe.
Come- To move towards you or arrive at the place where you are.
Cost- The amount of money that you have to pay in order to buy, do, or produce something.
Creep- To move in a quiet, careful way, especially to avoid attracting attention.
Cut- To reduce the amount of something.
Deal- An agreement or arrangement, especially in business or politics, that helps both sides involved.
Dig- To move earth, snow etc, or to make a hole in the ground, using a spade or your hands.
Dive- To jump into deep water with your head and arms going in first.
Do- Used with another verb to form questions or negatives.
Draw- To produce a picture of something using a pencil, pen etc.
Sentence- I like to draw when I'm sad.
Dream- A series of thoughts, images, and feelings that you experience when you are asleep.
Sentence- I dream very often with my father.
Drink- To take liquid into your mouth and swallow it.
Sentence- I like to drink coffee in the mornings.
Drive- To make a car, truck, bus etc move along.
Sentence- My dad was teaching me how to drive.
Eat- To put food in your mouth and chew and swallow it.
Fall- To move or drop down from a higher position to a lower position.
Feed- To give food to a person or animal.
Feel- To experience a particular physical feeling or emotion.
Fight- To take part in a war or battle.
Find- To discover, see, or get something that you have been searching for.
Hang- to put something in a position so that the top part is fixed or supported, and the bottom part is free to move and does not touch the ground.
Have- used with past participles to form perfect tenses.
Hear- to know that a sound is being made, using your ears.
Hide- to deliberately put or keep something or someone in a place where they cannot easily be seen or found.
Hit- to touch someone or something quickly and hard with your hand, a stick etc.
Hold- to have something in your hand, hands, or arms.
Hurt- to injure yourself or someone else.
Keep- to stay in a particular state, condition, or position, or to make someone or something do this.
Know- to have information about something.
Lay- to put someone or something down carefully into a flat position .
lead- to take someone somewhere by going in front of them while they follow, or by pulling them gently.
leap- to jump high into the air or to jump in order to land in a different place.
learn- to gain knowledge of a subject or skill, by experience, by studying it, or by being taught .
leave- to go away from a place or a person.
lend- to let someone borrow money or something that belongs to you for a short timto let someone borrow money or something that belongs to you for a short time.
let- to allow someone to do something.
lie- to be in a position in which your body is flat on the floor, on a bed etc.
light- the energy from the Sun, a flame, a lamp etc that allows you to see things.
lose- to stop having a particular attitude, quality, ability etc, or to gradually have less of it.