Lego|Grammar|Pre-Int|2. Irregular verbs
Before the lesson, think about the questions
◊ How many irregular verbs can you name within 30 seconds?
◊ Do you know any secret strategies for learning irregular verbs?
Read the grammar rules
The Past Simple and past participle forms of irregular verbs do not end in -ed:
Sometimes the Past Simple and past participle forms are the same. For example:
• I made a cake yesterday. (Past Simple)
• I have made some coffee. (past participle — Present Perfect)
• Butter is made from milk. (past participle — Present Simple Passive)
Sometimes the Past Simple and past participle forms are different. For example:
• Somebody broke this window last night. (Past Simple)
• Somebody has broken this window. (past participle — Present Perfect)
• This window was broken last night. (past participle — Past Simple Passive)
Put the verbs into the correct form
Watch the video put the sentences into the correct order
✔️ Peter Rabbit wore a blue jacket. He said, «Come on in!»
Answer the questions
Let’s check how many irregular verbs you can remember in 30 seconds.
1. How many irregular verbs are there in the English language?
2. How many irregular verbs do you need to know at the Elementary level?
3. How many irregular verbs do you need to know for the Upper-Intermediate level?
4. How many irregular verbs do you need to know if you want to read Shakespear’s books in the original?
Complete the table with the given verbs
Try to guess what verbs are hiding behind the pictures. Then flip the cards to check
make — made — made
mean — meant — meant
meet — met — met
pay — paid — paid
read — read — read
say — said — said
send — sent — sent
sit — sat — sat
spend — spent — spent
stand — stood — stood
tell — told — told
find — found — found
Put the verbs into the correct form to complete the story, then answer the questions
1. Where do you think he left his phone?
2. How did it happen?
Discuss the questions with your teacher
Sign the pictures. Use the verbs from the box
Choose the correct option, then listen and repeat
Read the instruction and play the game with your teacher
Play Snakes and Ladders with your teacher
Snakes and Ladders rules:
1. Decide who starts the game.
2. Take turns in rolling the dice and moving forward the number of spaces shown on the dice.
3. When you land on a square, make a sentence in Past Simple.
4. If you land at the bottom of a ladder, you can move up to the top of the ladder.
5. If you land on the head of a snake, you must slide down to the end of the snake.
6. The first player to get to Finish is the winner.
Find the verbs from the grid
Complete the table with the correct forms of the verbs
Complete the poem with the correct forms of the verbs. The first line has been completed for you
Click on the buttons one by one and do the tasks
Complete the sentences using the verbs
Read the story and write the correct verbs in the gaps
Do the crossword
- Study the vocabulary
- Study the grammar
- Peter Rabbit
- Irregular verbs. Part 1
- Let's practise!
- Irregular verbs. Part 2
- Let's practise!
- Challenge time!
- Study English 'cause it's fun
- Irregular verbs hip-hop
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