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Lista completa de VERBOS IRREGULARES em inglês

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Lista completa de verbos irregulares em inglês

I went - Eu fui, He went - ele foi, She went - ela foi, We went - nós fomos, You went - vocês foram, They went - eles foram.

Os verbos irregulares não parecem ser tão difíceis quanto no português, certo? Apesar de trazerem algumas dúvidas ao aprender o idioma, os verbos irregulares não são tão complexos, e existem alguns exercícios de fixação para melhor fixá-los.

Na gramática da língua inglesa, trabalhamos com verbos (regulares e irregulares). Para criar o passado dos verbos regulares, em geral são acrescentados ao final os sufixos: -d/ -ed/ -ied

Exemplos:

Viu? Tranquilo, né?

Porém, diferentemente dos verbos regulares, os irregulares assumem outra forma sem um padrão para conjugá-los, como go - went / see - saw / eat - ate / drink - drank, entre muitos outros.

Well, here is a list with some irregular verbs (Bem, aqui está uma lista com alguns verbos irregulares):

InfinitivoPassado simplesParticípio passadoSignificado
to arisearosearisenerguer, levantar
to awakeawokeawokenacordar, despertar
to bewas / werebeenser, estar
to bearborebornesuportar, aguentar
to beatbeatbeatenbater, espancar, superar, vibrar, palpitar
to becomebecamebecometornar-se
to beginbeganbeguncomeçar, iniciar
to bendbentbentcurvar, entortar, franzir,
to betbetbetapostar
to bitebitbittenmorder, engolir a isca
to bleedbledbledsangrar
to blowblewblownsoprar, assobiar
to breakbrokebrokenquebrar, romper
to bringbroughtbroughttrazer, servir
to buildbuiltbuiltconstruir, fabricar
to burnburntburntqueimar, incendiar, carbonizar
to buyboughtboughtcomprar
to castcastcastarremessar, jogar, derrubar, moldar
to catchcaughtcaughtpegar, capturar, entender, adquirir
to choosechosechosenescolher, selecionar, preferir
to comecamecomevir, chegar
to costcostcostcustar
to cutcutcutcortar, partir, reduzir, recortar, castrar
to dealdealtdealtdistribuir, repartir, espalhar, negociar
to digdugdugcavar, escavar
to dodiddonefazer
to drawdrewdrawndesenhar, extrair, sair
to drinkdrankdrunkbeber
to drivedrovedrivendirigir, guiar
to eatateeatencomer
to fallfellfallencair, abater-se, decrescer, diminuir
to feedfedfedalimentar, nutrir
to feelfeltfeltsentir, notar
to fightfoughtfoughtlutar, brigar
to findfoundfoundachar, encontrar
to flyflewflownvoar
to forbidforbadeforbiddenproibir
to forgetforgotforgottenesquecer(-se)
to forgiveforgaveforgivenperdoar
to forsakeforsookforsakenabandonar, desertar, largar; abrir mão de
to freezefrozefrozencongelar
to getgotgotobter, conseguir
to givegavegivendar
to gowentgoneir
to growgrewgrowncrescer, florescer, germinar
to hanghunghungpendurar, suspender
to havehadhadter, possuir
to hearheardheardouvir, escutar, ter notícias
to hidehidhiddenesconder(-se), ocultar
to hithithitbater, chocar-se
to holdheldheldsegurar, agarrar
to hurthurthurtferir(-se), machucar
to keepkeptkeptmanter, conservar, preservar
to kneelkneltkneltajoelhar-se
to knitknitknittricotar
to knowknewknownsaber, conhecer
to laylaidlaidpôr, colocar, derrubar, deitar
to leadledledconduzir, liderar, comandar
to leapleaptleaptsaltar, pular, cobrir (os animais)
to learnlearntlearntaprender, ficar sabendo
to leaveleftleftpartir, deixar, sair
to lendlentlentemprestar
to letletletpermitir, deixar
to lielaylaindeitar
to lightlitlitacender, iluminar
to loselostlostperder
to makemademadefazer, criar, elaborar
to meanmeantmeantsignificar, querer dizer
to meetmetmetencontrar(-se), reunir(-se)
to paypaidpaidpagar
to putputputpôr, colocar
to quitquitquitdesistir, abandonar
to readreadreadler, interpretar
to rideroderiddencavalgar, andar de bicicleta ou carro
to ringrangrungsoar, tocar (campainha, telefone)
to riseroserisenerguer-se, levantar-se
to runranruncorrer, apressar-se
to sawsawedsawnserrar
to saysaidsaiddizer
to seesawseenver, perceber
to seeksoughtsoughtprocurar, pedir, almejar
to sellsoldsoldvender
to sendsentsentenviar, mandar
to setsetsetpôr, dispor, ajustar
to sewsewedsewncosturar, coser
to shakeshookshakensacudir, agitar, apertar a mão (em cumprimento)
to shineshoneshonebrilhar
to shootshotshotatirar, ferir com tiro
to showshowedshownmostrar, apresentar
to shredshredshredcortar em pedaços, picar, retalhar, rasgar
to shrinkshrankshrunkcontrair, encolher, recuar
to shutshutshutfechar, cerrar; tampar
to singsangsungcantar
to sinksanksunkafundar
to sitsatsatsentar(-se)
to slayslewslainmatar, assassinar, destruir, arruinar
to sleepsleptsleptdormir
to slideslidslidescorregar, deslizar
to slingslungslungatirar, arremessar
to smellsmeltsmeltcheirar
to sowsowedsownsemear
to speakspokespokenfalar
to spellspeltspeltsoletrar
to spendspentspentgastar (dinheiro), passar (tempo)
to spillspiltspiltderramar
to spinspunspungirar
to spitspatspitcuspir
to spoilspoiltspoiltestragar, destruir, mimar
to spreadspreadspreadespalhar, estender
to springsprangsprungsaltar, lançar-se, libertar-se
to standstoodstoodficar ou pôr-se de pé
to stealstolestolenroubar, furtar
to stickstuckstuckcravar, fincar
to stingstungstungpicar, ferroar
to stinkstankstunkfeder; enojar
to strikestruckstruckbater, golpear
to stringstrungstrungamarrar, pendurar, enfiar, esticar
to strivestrovestrivenaspirar, tentar, esforçar-se
to swearsworeswornjurar
to sweatsweatsweatsuar
to sweepsweptsweptvarrer
to swellswelledswolleninchar (-se), crescer, encher (os pneus)
to swimswamswumnadar
to swingswungswungbalançar
to taketooktakentomar, pegar, levar
to teachtaughttaughtensinar
to teartoretornchorar, lacrimejar; rasgar, rachar
to telltoldtolddizer, contar
to thinkthoughtthoughtpensar, achar
to thrivethrovethriventer sucesso
to throwthrewthrownlançar, atirar
to thrustthrustthrustempurrar
to understandunderstoodunderstoodentender, compreender
to wakewokewokenacordar
to wearworewornvestir, usar, trajar
to weavewovewoventecer, trançar
to winwonwonganhar, vencer
to windwoundwoundgirar, enrolar-se
to writewrotewrittenescrever
to wringwrungwrungtorcer

The best way to learn is by practicing, here are some exercises. (A melhor maneira de aprender é praticando, aqui estão alguns exercícios.)

Have fun :)

1 -> I ---- to the head director of the company.

a. speak

b. speaked

c. spoke

d. spoken

2 -> She ---- the man who had ---- the car.

a. seed / stole

b. saw / stolen

c. saw / stealed

d. saw / stole

3 -> After all my studies, I ---- the professional I ---- to be.

a. become / went

b. becamed / wanted

c. becomed / want

d. became / wanted

4 -> The last time I ---- to the airport to ---- my mother up, there ---- to many people. It was quite fast.

a. goed / pick / were

b. went / picked / were

c. went / pick / weren’t

d. goed / picked / weren’t


1 C | 2 B | 3 D | 4 C


Talking about irregular verbs, what is the past of There is and There are? (Falando sobre verbos irregulares, qual é o passado de There is e There are?)

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