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In this grammar worksheet, students read about using regular and irregular verbs in sentence writing. They then use what they learned to solve the 22 questions on the page. The answers are on the last page of the packet.
Using the words ride, walk, begin, start and feel, learners are introduced to irregular verbs. They have to spell the past tense of the words listed and sort them into two categories: regular and irregular. Then they work to build skills with an irregular verbs worksheet (included). 
Here is a basic online interactive practice page for 10 common irregular verbs. Learners find the present tense forms in a word search, conjugate them in the past and past participle, and fill in the blanks with the correct past tense form to complete sentences correctly. They can check their work at the click of a button, so set them to this in the computer lab if they've finished their project, as a collaborative exercise, or for a little independent practice. Cute, simple illustrations.
With this worksheet, youngsters review past tense irregular words and predict the spelling of these words. They complete a worksheet where they fill in the missing letters of irregular verbs. The sheet provides the exact number of spaces for the missing letters, helping learners narrow down their options. 
In this irregular verbs worksheet, students say, write, and repeat words that are irregular verbs. Students do this for 138 sets of words total.
In this irregular verbs learning exercise, students put irregular verbs into past tense, participle tense, and fill in the blanks to sentences. Students complete 2 activities.
In this irregular verbs worksheet, students put irregular verbs in the past tense, the future tense, and in the blanks of sentences. Students complete 2 activities.
Students review verbs and the different tenses. They view sentences and pick out the irregular verbs and afterwards try to list as many as they can remember.
Students review formation of present tense of regular verbs learned in German 1. Students complete a worksheet after viewing a PowerPoint show. They watch a second portion of the PowerPoint show about the peculiarities of irregular verbs.
In this irregular verbs worksheet, students choose the correct form of the verb in the sentences. Students cross out any verb forms that do not exist. Students complete 20 examples. Students then write 2 irregular verb sentences.
Fourth graders complete a worksheet. In this irregular verbs lesson, 4th graders write the past tense form of various words and then learn about irregular verbs and how they change in the past tense. Students complete a worksheet on irregular verbs.
In this irregular verb worksheet, students fill in the blank in a set of 20 sentences, using the correct verb for each. Online link is available on worksheet.
In this irregular verbs worksheet, students locate 60 verbs in the word puzzle. There is a word bank for the students to use for this large puzzle.
For this simple past-irregular verbs worksheet, learners find the past tense of given words in a words search puzzle, then write verbs to match pictures and fill in blanks, telling what they did yesterday.
For this ESL irregular verb worksheet, students unscramble present and past simple verbs, then complete a crossword puzzle. A link to audio and additional resources is given.
Help your learners understand how to describe people and use irregular verbs in the past tense with a series of exercises. After practicing verbs such as became, bought, and knew, kids fill in the blanks to complete additional sentences. They work on vocabulary relating to sports and describing people, including eye color and height.
Clarify the difference between affirmative and negative responses in a grammar worksheet, which provides several activities about irregular verbs in past tense. Kids read a chart and describe what someone did or didn't do on a particular day, before filling in the blanks and writing questions for giving answers. Additionally, they rewrite sentences with the past tense forms of irregular verbs such as boughtlost, and became.
Here is a handy worksheet on the principal parts of irregular verbs. Learners must fill in the correct version of the verb that is missing. The three columns are: Present, Past, and Past Participle. One word is filled in per row. This is somewhat challenging, and would be a good paired activity, assessment, or homework assignment.
In this translating irregular verbs into the International Phonetic Alphabet worksheet, students translate twenty common irregular verbs into the International Phonetic Alphabet.
For this irregular verbs worksheet, students choose which of the three verbs in parenthesis is the best form of the verb to make each grammatically correct. Students choose the correct verb in fifteen sentences.

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