The irregular verb does not contain -ed at the end of it in its past participle forms and does not follow a regular conjunction pattern as regular verbs do. Irregular verbs include unpredictable and distinct forms of words than regular verb forms.
Most irregular verbs are the same in all participle forms like hurt, bid, cut, put, etc. Some become more complex in its different forms, such as bring, brought, brought.
Irregular verbs are derived from the old English format.
Examples of Irregular verbs are in sentences
- She can now bring her baby to the doctor for a checkup.
- The dog had bitten on his legs.
- The coordination of cops catches the thieves.
- The professor taught a wonderful lesson about life in the lecture.
- Everyone has the right to speak in a democratic country.
- He has drunk a lot at the party.
- The artist drew a fantastic painting.
- He cut the fruits into pieces and distributed them among all.
- He made no mistakes in the paper.
- She gave birth to twins last week.
- He left his train for some reason.
- Did we know each other?
- The cops are hidden behind the car to catch the thief.
- My mother holds my hands in the crowd.
- The lawyer kept this as a secret in the courtroom to be open on the next hearing.
- The story begins from the start.
- Will you do me a favor?
- The highway was built to connect the village to the city.
- The principal of our school fell due to weakness.
- The delivery boy put the parcel on the floor and left.
List of common irregular Verbs