These irregular verb quizzes test you on some common irregular verbs. You have to change the verb in brackets (which is the base form of the verb) into its correct past simple irregular verb form.
Irregular verbs are those that don't follow the usual pattern of simply adding '-ed' or '-d' to make the past simple.
For example, if we take the verb 'freeze', this is the past simple:
Remember though some irregular verbs stay the same as the base form when they become past simple. For example, this is the verb 'bet' in the past simple:
So not all the words in brackets in the irregular verb quiz will necessarily need to be changed. Check out this list of irregular verbs if you are not sure.
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