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English past tense of Drink and Eat - drank and ate
 
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A quick lesson on the English past tense of the verbs drink and eat. How to pronounce and simple example sentence using drank and ate. Yesterday, I ate pizza with my friends. Last weekend, I drank beer with my pals. www.SimpleBetterEnglish.com
Drink, drank and drunk
 
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We look at the forms of the irregular verb 'drink'.
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drink - drank - drunk
 
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drinking is something that we all must do several times a day so it is quite important to be able to use it correctly. watch and learn in context
PODCAST 507 - Drink Drank Drunk Drunken
 
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Read the example sentences and download the podcast here: https://www.myhappyenglish.com/507-drink-drank-drunk-drunken-and-more/ Drink is an irregular verb, and I know that sometimes people get confused using the three forms of that verb which are drink, drank, and drunk. There’s also an adjective form, which is drunken. Of course, we can also use the past participle, drunk, as an adjective. For today’s English lesson we’re going to take a look at all four of those words. So, sit back, relax, pour your self a cold one, and let’s check out this vocabulary. Taking TOEIC? Learn 120 Phrasal verbs for $10 - my online video course: https://www.udemy.com/learn-120-phrasal-verbs-in-american-english/?couponCode=YT102017 Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=happyenglishny Visit Happy English for over 1000 FREE English Lessons: http://www.myhappyenglish.com/ Check out Michael’s Happy English Podcast: On iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/happy-english-podcast-happy/id884643408 On Stitcher:https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/happy-english-podcast-happy/id884643408 On Google Play Music: https://play.google.com/music/podcasts/portal/u/0#p:id=playpodcast/series&a=100756922
Irregular Verbs in English – Group 3
 
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Irregular verbs can be difficult to learn, but I'll teach you the easy way to remember them! Irregular verbs are very common parts of the English language, so it's important that you learn how to use them correctly. I'll teach you the base form, simple past, and past participle. To make things even easier, read, download, and print our list of irregular verbs in the EngVid Resources section at: http://www.engvid.com/english-resource/common-irregular-verbs-grouped/ Memorizing irregular verbs can be hard to do by yourself, so watch this video so you can finally understand and remember group 3 of the irregular verbs. If you haven't already seen it, check out my video on irregular verbs groups 1 & 2 at: http://www.engvid.com/irregular-verbs-in-english-groups-1-2/ Test your understanding of this lesson with my quiz, at http://www.engvid.com/irregular-verbs-in-english-group-3/ TRANSCRIPT Hi. I'm Ronnie. Do you have a problem? I do. [Laughs] I got loads of problems, but maybe a problem that you have, I can help you with. So, one of the most difficult things about learning English is how to conjugate the verbs. In English, we have millions... Not millions. We have a lot of verbs-42-and we need to know, you need to know the present tense, the simple past tense, and something that's called the past participle. So, the simple present tense we use for things that we do every day. For example: I eat breakfast, I go to the bathroom; I am a human. The simple past we use for things that we talk about in the past: I ate breakfast, I went to the bathroom. Yes. I was a human. The most difficult one, and the one that frustrates everyone so much is the past participle. Now, instead of me saying past participle all the time, I'm going to tell you p.p. Woo. It's kind of like having to go to the bathroom; p.p. So, what I'm going to do is I'm going to teach you the past simple and the past participles. But the problem is there are so many of them, and they have very different structures or styles. If your life was easy, we would just have one or two different ways to conjugate the verbs, but no. Learning English is going to be difficult for you, but not when I'm here. I can help you out with this. So, if you are frustrated or you just don't know how you are going to learn the past participle of irregular verbs: Sit back, relax, and do some mind mapping. If your verb is a regular verb, so it ends in "ed", you have no worries because it's going to be simple past, it's going to be "ed", and the past participle is going to be "ed". So we're not doing that. These are all going to be irregular verbs. So, what I've done is I've tried very diligently to put these into groups for you to help you remember them when it comes time for a test. So if you're learning grammar, if you're learning passive voice, or if you have to do present perfect or past perfect, you have to know the past participles of the verbs. So, what I've done is I've tried to split the verbs, the irregular verbs into three different groupings, because there are so many of them. So, this video is the most difficult-bear with-and also, the last one in our group. So, if you go to the resources section on www.engvid.com, we have all of these groups in a list for you to make your learning easier. What we're going to go over today is group three. You probably have seen the videos I've done on group one and two. This is the follow-up for group three; brace yourself, the most difficult. So, let's dive right in. The first group has one verb change. Sorry, one vowel change. So, if you guys look at all of these words, we've got an "i" running through them. So, we have: "begin", "drink", "sing", and "swim". When we change this group to the past tense, the only thing that we have to change here is we're changing the vowel "i" to an "a". So, "begin" becomes "began". And then when we make the p.p.-I have to go pee-pee, never ends-we're going to make it a "u". So, it's going to be: "begin", "began", and "begun". All of this... All of these verbs in this group follow the exact same pattern. The present tense has an "i", the past tense has an "a", and the past participle has a "u". You. So, let's look at the next example: "drink", "drank", "drunk". "i", "a", "u". "Drink, drank, drunk", it's also a song. The next one we have is-la, la, la, la-"sing". So, if you follow my pattern, what vowel would I put here? "a". Oh, good answer, it is an "a". So we're going to say: "sing", "sang", "sung". Now, "sang", "sung" is very similar to Samsung, so you can remember the electronics' company Samsung. Please give money, Samsung, for mentioning you. In this... It'll help you remember it. "Sing", "sang", "sung", "sing", "Samsung". Good. But be careful. It's not "Samsung", it's "sang", "sung". Don't mess that up. Remember the rule: "i", "a", "u".
The 50 Most Common Irregular Verbs in English | Grammar & Pronunciation Lesson
 
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Irregular Verbs in English! List of Irregular Verbs: https://7esl.com/irregular-verbs/ The English language has a large number of irregular verbs. What are Irregular Verbs? Irregular verbs (or irregular past tense verbs) are common verbs in English that do not follow the simple system of adding “d” or “ed” to the end of the word to form the past tense (the past simple and/or the past participle) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- WATCH MORE: ★ Grammar: https://goo.gl/7n226T ★ Vocabulary: https://goo.gl/E5Ty4T ★ Expressions: https://goo.gl/JBpgCF ★ Phrasal Verbs: https://goo.gl/Ux3fip ★ Idioms: https://goo.gl/y7wNjN ★ Conversations: https://goo.gl/pmdpQT ★ Kids Vocabulary: https://goo.gl/Xr3G68 ★ English Writing: https://goo.gl/46gmY7 ★ IELTS: https://goo.gl/Tg2U4v ★ TOEFL: https://goo.gl/8Zwvic ★ British vs. American English: https://goo.gl/VHa5W8 ★ Pronunciation: https://goo.gl/P4eR39 ★ Business English: https://goo.gl/r7jqtB ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- OUR SOCIAL MEDIA: Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/7english/ Facebook: https://www.fb.com/7ESLLearningEnglish/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/7ESL1 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and lessons visit: https://7esl.com/
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DRINK, DRANK, DRUNK (c) 2017 Dennis Scoville & Doug Janicke
 
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A classic country "drinkin'" song (no Mama, trains, pickups, or prison though) written by Dennis Scoville and Doug Janicke. Dennis, who is also an artist, created this fun video. We had a great time writing - and drinking - our way through this tune in the present, past, and future tenses. We hope you enjoy it, too!
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80 most common IRREGULAR VERBS
 
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... plus some regulars to show the difference Music: Vibe Tracks - VFB9 Backgroundvideo: Philippines, Boracay, thanks to https://youtu.be/CSmzY6w8NKI to save time, use the 125 % speed setting ;-) 01 go went gone 02 do did done 03 have had had 04 say said said 05 be was been 06 get got gotten 07 make made made 08 know knew known 09 think thought thought 10 take took taken 11 see saw seen 12 come came come 13 find found found 14 give gave given 15 tell told told 16 feel felt felt 17 become became become 18 leave left left 19 put put put 20 mean meant meant 21 keep kept kept 22 let let let 23 begin began begun 24 show showed shown 25 hear heard heard 26 run ran run 27 bring brought brought 28 show showed shown 29 sit sat sat 30 stand stood stood 31 lose lost lost 32 pay paid paid 33 meet met met 34 set set set 35 lead led led 36 understand understood understood 37 speak spoke spoken 38 read read read 39 spend spent spent 40 grow grew grown 41 win won won 42 teach taught taught 43 buy bought bought 44 send sent sent 45 build built built 46 fall fell fallen 47 cut cut cut 48 sell sold sold 49 break broke broken 50 hit hit hit 51 eat ate eaten 52 catch caught caught 53 draw drew drawn 54 choose chose chosen 55 fight fought fought 56 throw threw thrown 57 shoot shot shot 58 forget forgot forgotten 59 shake shook shaken 60 sing sang sung 61 beat beat beaten 62 cost cost cost 63 hurt hurt hurt 64 wake up woke up woken up 65 sleep slept slept 66 drink drank drunk 67 hide hid hidden 68 ride rode ridden 69 drive drove driven 70 shut shut shut 71 steal stole stolen 72 ring rang rung 73 fly flew flown 74 blow blew blown 75 swim swam swum 76 hold held held 77 lie lay lain 78 feed fed fed 79 wear wore worn 80 rise rose risen frequently used REGULAR verbs: 81 want wanted wanted 82 use used used 83 work worked worked 84 call called called 85 try tried tried 86 ask asked asked 87 need needed needed
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Learn English ESL Irregular Verbs Grammar Rap Song! StickStuckStuck with Fluency MC!
 
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LYRICS BELOW! Follow: http://www.colloandspark.com http://www.facebook.com/FluencyMC http://twitter.com/FluencyMC http://www.youtube.com/collolearn Fluency MC (Jason R. Levine) "raps the white board" in his Friday ESL class at Bloomfield College to StickStuckStuck those English irregular verb forms in your head! The microphone I TAKE (took, TAKen). You SHAKE (shook, SHAken). WAKE (woke, WOken) to the STYLE Im creAting. THINK (thought, THOUGHT). SEEK (sought, SOUGHT). LISten to the LESson that I TEACH (taught, TAUGHT). Dont SLEEP (slept, SLEPT). I CREEP (crept, CREPT). I SNEAK (snuck, SNUCK UP). You LEAP (leapt, LEAPT). I KEEP (kept, KEPT) HAVing FUN. Im never BEAT (beat, BEAten); I WIN (won, WON). DO (did, DONE). BeGIN (began, beGUN). SHOOT (shot, SHOT)—no, I DONT own a GUN. I LEAD (led, LED) so I can FEED (fed, FED). the KNOWledge you NEED, STRAIGHT to your HEAD. When I BRING (brought, BROUGHT) it, you CATCH (caught, CAUGHT) it. Sit BACKreLAX. Dont FIGHT (fought, FOUGHT) it. Please don't FREEZE (froze, FROzen) when I SPEAK (spoke, SPOken). Its REAL. You can FEEL I dont STEAL (stole, STOlen). I CHOOSE (chose, CHOsen) the VERy best RHYMES and WRITE (wrote, WRITten) them INto my LINES and INto your MIND. When we MEET (met, MET) Ill BET (bet, BET) I wont LET you forGET (forGOTforGOTten). I GET (got, GOTten) EVery head NODding. Dont THINK about STOPping just COME (came, COME). THIS is hip hop. I dont SING (sang, SUNG). I STING (stung, STUNG). I CLING (clung, CLUNG). On EACH and every WORD, you HANG (hung, HUNG). Its not enough to DREAM (dreamt, DREAMT); youve got to SPEND (spent, SPENT) TIME on your GOALS. Please LEND (lent, LENT) me your EAR. Come NEAR and Ill LAY (laid, LAID) DOWN this new SOUND that I MAKE (made, MADE). I HOPE you dont SAY that you THINK its JUNK. I HOPE you dont THINK that I STINK (stank, STUNK). If youre THIRSty for ENGlish, come DRINK (drank, DRUNK). because I SINK (sank, SUNK) ALL compeTItion when they HEAR (heard, HEARD) that I GIVE (gave, GIVen) encouragement when I SPIT (spat, SPAT). Never QUIT (quit, QUIT); dont SIT (sat, SAT). Yeah, I LIKE it like THAT. Ill even KNEEL (knelt, KNELT). and BEG you to exPRESS what you FEEL (felt, FELT). I RISE (rose, RISen) when I DRIVE (drove, DRIVen) through the BEAT; tap your FEET as you RIDE (rode, RIDden). Those that HIDE (hid, HIDden) I FIND (found, FOUND). If you FLEE (fled, FLED) then Ill TRACK you DOWN. Now you SEE (saw, SEEN) that I MEAN (meant, MEANT) every WORD of the MESsage that I SEND (sent, SENT). I SHOW (showed, SHOWN) I can FLY (flew, FLOWN). Now you KNOW (knew, KNOWN) I SHINE (shone, SHONE). Ill THROW (threw, THROWN) you the BALL. Its your TURN. GROW (grew, GROWN) with the VERBS that youve LEARNED. GRAMmar through LYRics I DRAW (drew, DRAWN). PEACE to elLS, now I GO (went, GONE)! 3:20
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80 most common IRREGULAR VERBS & music
 
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... plus some regulars to show the difference Music: Bring It Up Backgroundvideo: https://vimeo.com/203851039 to save time, use the 125 % speed setting ;-) 01 go went gone 02 do did done 03 have had had 04 say said said 05 be was been 06 get got gotten 07 make made made 08 know knew known 09 think thought thought 10 take took taken 11 see saw seen 12 come came come 13 find found found 14 give gave given 15 tell told told 16 feel felt felt 17 become became become 18 leave left left 19 put put put 20 mean meant meant 21 keep kept kept 22 let let let 23 begin began begun 24 show showed shown 25 hear heard heard 26 run ran run 27 bring brought brought 28 show showed shown 29 sit sat sat 30 stand stood stood 31 lose lost lost 32 pay paid paid 33 meet met met 34 set set set 35 lead led led 36 understand understood understood 37 speak spoke spoken 38 read read read 39 spend spent spent 40 grow grew grown 41 win won won 42 teach taught taught 43 buy bought bought 44 send sent sent 45 build built built 46 fall fell fallen 47 cut cut cut 48 sell sold sold 49 break broke broken 50 hit hit hit 51 eat ate eaten 52 catch caught caught 53 draw drew drawn 54 choose chose chosen 55 fight fought fought 56 throw threw thrown 57 shoot shot shot 58 forget forgot forgotten 59 shake shook shaken 60 sing sang sung 61 beat beat beaten 62 cost cost cost 63 hurt hurt hurt 64 wake up woke up woken up 65 sleep slept slept 66 drink drank drunk 67 hide hid hidden 68 ride rode ridden 69 drive drove driven 70 shut shut shut 71 steal stole stolen 72 ring rang rung 73 fly flew flown 74 blow blew blown 75 swim swam swum 76 hold held held 77 lie lay lain 78 feed fed fed 79 wear wore worn 80 rise rose risen frequently used REGULAR verbs: 81 want wanted wanted 82 use used used 83 work worked worked 84 call called called 85 try tried tried 86 ask asked asked 87 need needed needed
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Boire (to drink) — Present Tense (French verbs conjugated by Learn French With Alexa)
 
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Alexa conjugates the French verb Boire (to drink) in the present tense. SUPPORT GUIDE and EXCLUSIVE VIDS at ► https://learnfrenchwithalexa.com. Test Yourself on “boire - present tense” with our partner KWIZIQ ► http://learnfren.ch/2yszJiU ---------------------------------------------- SUPPORT MY VIDEOS My Patreon page ► https://patreon.com/french ---------------------------------------------- RECOMMENDED PLAYLISTS French Verbs (Future Tense) ► http://learnfren.ch/futureLFWA ---------------------------------------------- MY LIVE LESSONS Join my live lessons ► http://learnfren.ch/live-lessons ---------------------------------------------- MY LINKS My Blog ► https://learnfrenchwithalexa.com/blog Facebook ► http://learnfren.ch/faceLFWA Twitter ► http://learnfren.ch/twitLFWA LinkedIn ► http://learnfren.ch/linkedinLFWA Newsletter ► http://learnfren.ch/newsletterLFWA Google+ ► http://learnfren.ch/plusLFWA My Soundcloud ► https://soundcloud.com/learnfrenchwithalexa T-Shirts ► http://learnfren.ch/tshirtsLFWA ---------------------------------------------- MORE ABOUT LEARN FRENCH WITH ALEXA'S 'HOW TO SPEAK' FRENCH VIDEO LESSONS Alexa Polidoro a real French teacher with many years' experience of teaching French to adults and children at all levels. People from all over the world enjoy learning how to speak French with Alexa's popular online video and audio French lessons. They're fun, friendly and stress-free! It's like she's actually sitting there with you, helping you along... Your very own personal French tutor. Please Like, Share and Subscribe if you enjoyed this video. Merci et Bisou Bisou xx ---------------------------------------------- Ready to take your French to the next level? Visit ► https://learnfrenchwithalexa.com to try out Alexa's popular French courses.
drink? drank? or drunk?(YouTube英会話@産業振興センターin東札幌)
 
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behappy21.com 札幌のちえりあと産業振興センターで新しくレッスンが始まった英会話スクールBeHappyの講師ジェンが、日本人の苦手な音について説明しています。皆さんは、drankとdrunkの音の違いを認識できますか?ジェン曰く、「認識できなくても、まあそんなに問題ありません。」 是非参考にして下さい。
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Teaching Stories in Japan | Drink. Drank. Drunk.
 
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That awkward moment when a person who's not fluent in English corrects you on your pronunciation of a word...incorrectly.
Die 80 häufigsten IRREGULAR VERBS    mit Musik
 
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80 most common irregular English verbs mit deutscher Übersetzung Hintergrundvideo: https://vimeo.com/203851039 Musik: 'bring it up' Wer Zeit sparen will, stellt die Wiedergabegeschwindigkeit auf 125% ;-) 01 go went gone 02 do did done 03 have had had 04 say said said 05 be was been 06 get got gotten 07 make made made 08 know knew known 09 think thought thought 10 take took taken 11 see saw seen 12 come came come 13 find found found 14 give gave given 15 tell told told 16 feel felt felt 17 become became become 18 leave left left 19 put put put 20 mean meant meant 21 keep kept kept 22 let let let 23 begin began begun 24 show showed shown 25 hear heard heard 26 run ran run 27 bring brought brought 28 write wrote written 29 sit sat sat 30 stand stood stood 31 lose lost lost 32 pay paid paid 33 meet met met 34 set set set 35 lead led led 36 understand understood understood 37 speak spoke spoken 38 read read read 39 spend spent spent 40 grow grew grown 41 win won won 42 teach taught taught 43 buy bought bought 44 send sent sent 45 build built built 46 fall fell fallen 47 cut cut cut 48 sell sold sold 49 break broke broken 50 hit hit hit 51 eat ate eaten 52 catch caught caught 53 draw drew drawn 54 choose chose chosen 55 fight fought fought 56 throw threw thrown 57 shoot shot shot 58 forget forgot forgotten 59 shake shook shaken 60 sing sang sung 61 beat beat beaten 62 cost cost cost 63 hurt hurt hurt 64 wake up woke up woken up 65 sleep slept slept 66 drink drank drunk 67 hide hid hidden 68 ride rode ridden 69 drive drove driven 70 shut shut shut 71 steal stole stolen 72 ring rang rung 73 fly flew flown 74 blow blew blown 75 swim swam swum 76 hold held held 77 lie lay lain 78 feed fed fed 79 wear wore worn 80 rise rose risen frequently used REGULAR verbs: 81 want wanted wanted 82 use used used 83 work worked worked 84 call called called 85 try tried tried 86 ask asked asked 87 need needed needed
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Irregular Verbs 1
 
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Irregular verbs-- être be was/were been acheter buy bought bought faire do did done boire drink drank drunk manger eat ate eaten trouver find found found donner give gave given aller go went gone avoir have had had faire / fabriquer make made made Created using PowToon --
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Conjugation of the verb  drink -drank-drunk by Lakshnashree III std 2017-18
 
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I do not know why the teaching of the conjugation of the verb is neglected in the primary ,upper primary, secondary and college level too for more than two decades. In our school which is situated in Suriyampalayam, TIRUCHENGODE, Namakkal district, every student is taught to say conjugation of the verb thoroughly even from second standard itself. I have given video proof of what I say. Education is not merely for money but also for dedication
Lesson #12 Popular Russian Verbs (to DRINK)
 
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To DRINK – PIT – ПИТЬ Present Tense: Я пью. Ya piyu. I drink. Ты пьёшь. Ty piyosh. You drink. Он/Она/Оно пьёт. On/Ona/Ono piyot. He/She/It drinks. Мы пьём. My piyom. We drink. Вы пьёте. Vy peyote. You drink. Они пьют. Oni piyut. They drink. Examples: Я пью кофе/чай по утрам. Ya piyu kofe/chai po utram. I drink coffee/tea in the mornings. Вы пьёте слишком много. Vy piyote slishkom mnogo. You drink too much (alcohol, for example). Past Tense: Я пил. Ya pil. I drank. Ты пил/а. Ty pil/a. You drank. Вы пили. Vy pili. You drank. Он пил. On pil. He drank. Она пила. Ona pila. She drank. Оно пило. Ono pilo. It drank. Мы пили. My pili. We drank. Они пили. Oni pili. They drank. Examples: В детстве я часто пил/а молоко. V detstve ya chasto pil/a moloko. I often drank milk when I was a child. Они пили всю ночь. Oni pili vsyu noch. They were drinking (alcohol) all night. In Russian the verb “to drink” often refers to alcohol. The word “alcohol” may not appear in a sentence, but it’s always clear what we’re talking about. Future Tense: Я буду пить/попью. Ya budu pit/popiyu. I will drink. Ты будешь пить/попьёшь. Ty budesh pit/popiyosh. You will drink. Вы будете пить/попьёте. Vy budete pit/popyote. You will drink. Он/Она/Оно будет пить/попьёт. On/Ona/Ono budet pit/popyot. He/She/It will drink. Мы будем пить/попьём. My budem pit/popiyom. We will drink. Они будут пить/попьют. Oni budut pit/poiyut. They will drink. Examples: Что вы будете пить на Новый Год? Chto vy budete pit na Novyi God? What (kind of alcohol) are you going to drink on New Year’s day? Я попью позже. Ya popiyu pozzhe. I’ll drink later. Find more lessons at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXBN18Tqe_ZJ7dMVDUwF8yQ Lessons of Russian language https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wVZbCkl_SU&list=PLdaEKq5WmALAmatLqNiJPkbGa45dlrUiy Russian Pronunciation/How to read in Russian https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJjV0xbY2zg&list=PLdaEKq5WmALBOsLgACxBd5CONrif0Y3TM Popular Russian Verbs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JI0aU7FmOJA&list=PLdaEKq5WmALDzpurCWrcDxKk_tZBJ9cB3 Facebook https://www.facebook.com/irinaiablokova VK https://vk.com/id30582290 Twitter https://twitter.com/IrenitaMariposa Instagram https://www.instagram.com/yablokova3104/
Boire (to drink) — Future Tense (French verbs conjugated by Learn French With Alexa)
 
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Alexa teaches you how to conjugate Boire (to drink) in the future tense. SUPPORT GUIDE and EXCLUSIVE VIDS at ► https://learnfrenchwithalexa.com. Test Yourself on Boire in the Future Tense with our partner KWIZIQ ► http://learnfren.ch/2nif9N4 ---------------------------------------------- SUPPORT MY VIDEOS My Patreon page ► https://patreon.com/french ---------------------------------------------- RECOMMENDED PLAYLISTS French Verbs (Past Tense) ► http://learnfren.ch/futureLFWA ---------------------------------------------- MY LIVE LESSONS Join my live lessons ► http://learnfren.ch/live-lessons ---------------------------------------------- MY LINKS My Blog ► https://learnfrenchwithalexa.com/blog Facebook ► http://learnfren.ch/faceLFWA Twitter ► http://learnfren.ch/twitLFWA LinkedIn ► http://learnfren.ch/linkedinLFWA Newsletter ► http://learnfren.ch/newsletterLFWA Google+ ► http://learnfren.ch/plusLFWA My Soundcloud ► https://soundcloud.com/learnfrenchwithalexa T-Shirts ► http://learnfren.ch/tshirtsLFWA ---------------------------------------------- MORE ABOUT LEARN FRENCH WITH ALEXA'S 'HOW TO SPEAK' FRENCH VIDEO LESSONS Alexa Polidoro a real French teacher with many years' experience of teaching French to adults and children at all levels. People from all over the world enjoy learning how to speak French with Alexa's popular online video and audio French lessons. They're fun, friendly and stress-free! It's like she's actually sitting there with you, helping you along... Your very own personal French tutor. Please Like, Share and Subscribe if you enjoyed this video. Merci et Bisou Bisou xx ---------------------------------------------- Ready to take your French to the next level? Visit ► https://learnfrenchwithalexa.com to try out Alexa's popular French courses.
Vocabulary for EATING and DRINKING
 
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Eating and drinking are things we do every single day, but the vocabulary available to talk about them is much richer than the obvious words we use on a regular basis. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn different ways to express eating and drinking in creative ways. How would you tell someone you wanted more than a snack but less than a meal? Do you know the difference between "wolfing down", "devouring", and "scarfing down" food? Watch the video to find out, and make sure to do the quiz afterwards to practice what you learned! http://www.engvid.com/vocabulary-for-eating-and-drinking/ TRANSCRIPT Mm, mm, eating. New Orleans is a gourmand's dream. Oh, and I'm so hungr-... Hi. James from engVid. I'm hungry, and I'm thinking about eating, and I'm sure you do, too. After all, eating is a natural thing. But in your experience of what you've been taught, I'm sure you've been told words like: "delicious", "eating", and that's about it. Hey, the world's a big place and a rich place, so why don't we give you a rich vocabulary and give you, you know, some native-speaker speak on eating. Are you ready? Let's go to the board. So, I'm looking at a book. I'll say... Oh, what's this? "Time to pig out, Mr. E? It's not time to scarf down pizza and beer. We've got work to do." I'm sure you're going: "Scarf? Why 'scarf'?" We'll find out. On the board, we have: "How to talk about eating". Simple enough. Chew, swallow. No, not so simple. Like, in every country, there's a way to speak about things, and I want to give you a good... Good introduction to our eating lexicon, which is dictionary. We're going to go from a little to a lot. And I'll give you the words that we might use, and explain each one, and you'll notice there are some pictures here, so I will give you the number with each picture. Some won't have pictures, but hey, that's life. Suck it up, baby. So the first one: "nibble". I want you to imagine a mouse. [Nibbles] Do mice eat a lot? No. They eat a little bit, just a little food. Okay? Now, "nibble" can be a noun as in the amount of food you eat, or verb, and it means to eat just a little bit. Okay? And that's our first one. "Nibble". Think of a mouse. A mouse nibbles its food; has a little bit of food. "Graze" is number two. "Grazing" is funny. You kind of eat a lot, but you don't. Huh? Well, when you graze, think of cows. You see the cow: "Moo", it's moving through, [eating noises]; moves over here, [eating noises] moves over here. It eats a little bit of everything, or as I like to say, when I go to people's houses and I don't know if the food is good, I just graze. I try a little, [eating noises], and I move on. Try a little, I move on. I might stay in a place where I like that. Okay? Cows graze. Funny enough, men don't really graze. Women graze more than men. They do it because they eat, they go: "I'm having fun, I'm enjoying myself. I'm going to try this, this, this, this, this." Men just want to, boom, gulp it down. So, to graze is to move and eat a little bit of food at a time. We usually do this at buffets or with foods we're not sure of, like, I'm just going to graze a bit. Okay? You see the cow? That's Bessie, graze. So, when you see people eating a little bit of food, and moving around, and keep coming back to the same food - they're grazing. Not really eating. Numero uno. Uno? Did I say "uno"? See, I don't speak Spanish. That's why I shouldn't. Number three: "bite". You know a bite as, here? Yeah. Easy. Right. Oh, sorry, I should say "graze" is a verb before I forget, there. "Graze", a verb. "Bite", a bite. Now, notice a bite is singular in this case. "A bite" is interesting because it's a medium amount of food, and it's a noun. When you go for a bite, you want some food. When we talk about "nibble", I said cheese, I should have actually said: "Think nibbling as on peanuts, chips maybe, a cookie or two". I just want to nibble; not a lot of food. Remember the noun? When you go for a bite to eat, you want something like a hot dog. You go: "Okay, I get it." No, no, you don't get it. I want just a hot dog, or I want a slice of pizza, or I want a hamburger, but I don't want a salad, I don't want dessert, I just want something more than a nibble, more than chips, but not a full meal. I'm not... I don't have the time or I'm not that hungry. So when you go for a bite, some people might go... They won't even go for a doughnut, like a doughnut would be something to nibble on or just eat, but a bite would be a hamburger, hot dog, something like that. Big, but not too big, because it's a medium amount of food. All right? So, I'm going to go for a bite. And look here, there's a mouth. There you go. "Bite". Don't forget to get a bite. Okay? I might even say as an idiom: "I'm going out for a bite. Do you want something?" If you go: "Yeah, give me a salad, plus this", I go: "Dude, I'm going for a bite. You want a meal, go by yourself. That's way too much food."
All about "VERBS" 🔥 | ENGLISH GRAMMAR BASICS CRASH COURSE | 🎈FULLY EXPLAINED (in Hindi )
 
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Everything about "VERBS" 🔥 | ENGLISH GRAMMAR BASICS CRASH COURSE | 🎈FULLY EXPLAINED (in Hindi ) **********RELATED VIDEOS********** BASIC ENGLISH GRAMMAR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YMH6XlvOMo&list=PLtE5yCtJBHN10KZ-CgsN8PMjvq3l9zCU6 PARTS OF SPEECH: https://youtu.be/0YMH6XlvOMo VERBS: https://youtu.be/k3nRPqa3LZQ TENSES: https://youtu.be/n7ctScvrzgo REPORTED SPEECH (DIRECT & INIDIRECT NARRATION): https://youtu.be/-gDixMEKdOI TOPICS COVERED IN THIS VIDEO: Verbs: Word denoting action, occurrence, or state of being Infinitive: basic/ pure/ uninflected form of a verb e.g. GO Conjugation: inflected forms of a verb e.g. GOES, WENT, GONE, GOING V1(Base Form/ Present Simple) e.g. GO, GOES V2(Past Simple) e.g. WENT V3(Past Participle) e.g. GONE V4 (Present participle) e.g. GOING Perfect participle e.g. HAVING GONE Finite verbs: Change according Subject & Tenses. Non-finite verbs: Do not change   TRANSITIVE : Having direct object INTRANSITIVE: Do not have a direct object (commonly followed by Prepositions) Base Form (Present Simple) Past Simple Past Participle Abide Abode Abode Arise Arose Arisen Awake Awoke Awoken Be (is, am, are) Was, Were Been Become Became Become Beat Beat Beaten Beget Begot Begotten Begin Began Begun Bend Bent Bent Bereave Bereft Bereft Beseech Besought Besought Bespeak Bespoke Bespoken Bet Bet Bet Bid Bade/Bid Bidden/Bid Bind Bound Bound Bite Bit Bitten Bleed Bled Bled Blow Blew Blown Break Broke Broken Breed Bred Bred Bring Brought Brought Broadcast Broadcast Broadcast Build Built Built Burn Burned/Burnt Burned/Burnt Burst Burst Burst Buy Bought Bought Can Could Cast Cast Cast Catch Caught Caught Choose Chose Chosen Cling Clung Clung Come Came Come Cost Cost Cost Creep Crept Crept Cut Cut Cut Deal Dealt Dealt Dive Dove Dived Do Did Done Draw Drew Drawn Dream Dreamed /Dreamt Dreamed /Dreamt Drink Drank Drunk Drive Drove Driven Dwell Dwelt Dwelt Eat Ate Eaten Fall Fell Fallen Feed Fed Fed Feel Felt Felt Fight Fought Fought Find Found Found Flee Fled Fled Fly Flew Flown Forbid Forbade Forbidden Forgive Forgave Forgiven Forget Forgot Forgotten Forsake Forsook Forsaken Freeze Froze Frozen Get Got Got Give Gave Given Go Went Gone Grind Ground Ground Grow Grew Grown Hang Hung Hung Have Had Had Hear Heard Heard Hide Hid Hidden Hit Hit Hit Hold Held Held Hurt Hurt Hurt Keep Kept Kept Kneel Knelt Knelt Know Knew Known Lay Laid Laid Lead Led Led Lean Leant Leant Leap Leapt Leapt Learn Learnt Learnt Leave Left Left Lend Lent Lent Let Let Let Lie Lay Lain Lose Lost Lost Make Made Made Mean Meant Meant Meet Met Met Pay Paid Paid Put Put Put Read Read Read Rend Rent Rent Rid Rid Rid Ride Rode Ridden Ring Rang Rung Rise Rose Risen Run Ran Run Say Said Said See Saw Seen Seek Sought Sought Sell Sold Sold Send Sent Sent Set Set Set Shake Shook Shaken Shed Shed Shed Shine Shone Shone Shoot Shot Shot Show Showed Shown Shrink Shrank Shrunk Shrive Shrove Shriven Shut Shut Shut Sing Sang Sung Sink Sank Sunk Sit Sat Sat Slay Slew Slain Sleep Slept Slept Slide Slid Slid Sling Slung Slung Slink Slunk Slunk Slit Slit Slit Smell Smelt Smelt Smite Smote Smitten Speak Spoke Spoken Speed Sped Sped Spend Spent Spent Spin Spun Spun Spit Spat Spat Split Split Split Spoil Spoilt Spoilt Spread Spread Spread Spring Sprang Sprung Stand Stood Stood Steal Stole Stolen Stick Stuck Stuck Sting Stung Stung Stink Stank Stunk Strike Struck Struck String Strung Strung Strive Strove Striven Swear Swore Sworn Sweep Swept Swept Swim Swam Swum Swing Swung Swung Take Took Taken Teach Taught Taught Tear Tore Torn Tell Told Told Think Thought Thought Throw Threw Thrown Thrust Thrust Thrust Tread Trod Trodden Wake Woke Woken Wear Wore Worn Weave Wove Woven Weep Wept Wept Win Won Won Wind Wound Wound Wring Wrung Wrung Write Wrote Written #use_headphones #namansir #fullyexplained DISCLAIMER: Under no circumstances will FE be responsible or liable in any way for any content, including but not limited to, any errors or omissions in the content, or for any loss or damage of any kind incurred as a result of any content communicated on this youtube content, whether by FE or a third party. In no event shall FE be liable for any special, indirect or consequential damages or any damages whatsoever resulting from loss of use, data or profits arising out of or in connection with the availability, use or performance of any information communicated on this youtube content.
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Irregular Verbs Song - Rockin' English
 
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Animated musical English lesson on common patterns of irregular verbs. Sing along, learn English and rock! *** Note: There is also a faster version of this song for more advanced students.*** Lyrics: cut cut cut let let let hit hit hit put put put quit quit quit set set set bet bet bet shut shut shut come came come become became become run ran run break broke broken choose chose chosen freeze froze frozen speak spoke spoken drink drank drunk ring rang rung sing sang sung begin began begun take took taken shake shook shaken give gave given hide hid hidden keep kept kept sleep slept slept say said said read read read sell sold sold tell told told think thought thought teach taught taught bring brought brought buy bought bought have had had go went gone make made made do did done
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Learn and Speak English Irregular Verbs INSTRUMENTAL Rap Song-Stick, Stuck, Stuck-with Fluency MC
 
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Get a free lyrics book of my songs and a free sample of my online English program here: http://fluencymc.com/free-songbook/ Peace and respect, Fluency MC Learn and Speak English Irregular Verbs INSTRUMENTAL Rap Song-Stick, Stuck, Stuck-with Fluency MC The microphone I TAKE (took, TAKen). You SHAKE (shook, SHAken). WAKE (woke, WOken) to the STYLE Im creAting. THINK (thought, THOUGHT). SEEK (sought, SOUGHT). LISten to the LESson that I TEACH (taught, TAUGHT). Dont SLEEP (slept, SLEPT). I CREEP (crept, CREPT). I SNEAK (snuck, SNUCK UP). You LEAP (leapt, LEAPT). I KEEP (kept, KEPT) HAVing FUN. Im never BEAT (beat, BEAten); I WIN (won, WON). DO (did, DONE). BeGIN (began, beGUN). SHOOT (shot, SHOT)—no, I DONT own a GUN. I LEAD (led, LED) so I can FEED (fed, FED). the KNOWledge you NEED, STRAIGHT to your HEAD. When I BRING (brought, BROUGHT) it, you CATCH (caught, CAUGHT) it. Sit BACKreLAX. Dont FIGHT (fought, FOUGHT) it. Please don't FREEZE (froze, FROzen) when I SPEAK (spoke, SPOken). Its REAL. You can FEEL I dont STEAL (stole, STOlen). I CHOOSE (chose, CHOsen) the VERy best RHYMES and WRITE (wrote, WRITten) them INto my LINES and INto your MIND. When we MEET (met, MET) Ill BET (bet, BET) I wont LET you forGET (forGOTforGOTten). I GET (got, GOTten) EVery head NODding. Dont THINK about STOPping just COME (came, COME). THIS is hip hop. I dont SING (sang, SUNG). I STING (stung, STUNG). I CLING (clung, CLUNG). On EACH and every WORD, you HANG (hung, HUNG). Its not enough to DREAM (dreamt, DREAMT); youve got to SPEND (spent, SPENT) TIME on your GOALS. Please LEND (lent, LENT) me your EAR. Come NEAR and Ill LAY (laid, LAID) DOWN this new SOUND that I MAKE (made, MADE). I HOPE you dont SAY that you THINK its JUNK. I HOPE you dont THINK that I STINK (stank, STUNK). If youre THIRSty for ENGlish, come DRINK (drank, DRUNK). because I SINK (sank, SUNK) ALL compeTItion when they HEAR (heard, HEARD) that I GIVE (gave, GIVen) encouragement when I SPIT (spat, SPAT). Never QUIT (quit, QUIT); dont SIT (sat, SAT). Yeah, I LIKE it like THAT. Ill even KNEEL (knelt, KNELT). and BEG you to exPRESS what you FEEL (felt, FELT). I RISE (rose, RISen) when I DRIVE (drove, DRIVen) through the BEAT; tap your FEET as you RIDE (rode, RIDden). Those that HIDE (hid, HIDden) I FIND (found, FOUND). If you FLEE (fled, FLED) then Ill TRACK you DOWN. Now you SEE (saw, SEEN) that I MEAN (meant, MEANT) every WORD of the MESsage that I SEND (sent, SENT). I SHOW (showed, SHOWN) I can FLY (flew, FLOWN). Now you KNOW (knew, KNOWN) I SHINE (shone, SHONE). Ill THROW (threw, THROWN) you the BALL. Its your TURN. GROW (grew, GROWN) with the VERBS that youve LEARNED. GRAMmar through LYRics I DRAW (drew, DRAWN). PEACE to elLS, now I GO (went, GONE)!
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Irregular Verb: drink
 
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I drank a whole bottle of orange juice before she had drunk her water. I got drunk when we went out drinking. I love to drink a cold ice water on a hot summers day.
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Practice the PRESENT PERFECT TENSE in English!
 
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Did you know that it is possible to have fun while learning grammar? In this lesson, I will teach you my favorite game for practicing the present perfect tense in English. You will learn how to use it to talk about past experiences. For example, when using the verb “to drink” in the present perfect, do we say, “Have you ever drank?” or “Have you ever drunk?” Watch the video to find out. You will also hear many more examples in conversation with a surprise guest. That’s right! There will be a surprise guest who will also help you to learn and remember the present perfect tense. Test your understanding with the quiz at https://www.engvid.com/practice-the-present-perfect-tense-in-english/ NEXT, watch one of my other grammar lessons: 1. Take the Present Perfect Progressive Challenge: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kxh5mCr93eY&list=PLaNNx1k0ao1u-x_nKdKNh7cKALzelzXjY&index=17 2. Learn English Tenses – 4 ways to talk about the future: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-6ZBRkZKWI&list=PLaNNx1k0ao1u-x_nKdKNh7cKALzelzXjY&index=58 TRANSCRIPT Emma: Hello. My name is Emma, and we have a very special video for you today. Okay? In today's video you're going to learn a little bit of grammar about the present perfect, and then you are going to play a really fun game. Not only are you going to get to play a fun game, you're also going to get to meet my sister. Yes, Emma has a sister, so you'll get to see my sister a little bit later because she is going to play the game with us as well. So, let's get started and let me teach you this grammar point, so then we can get to the fun stuff. Okay? So, today we're going to talk about the present perfect. The present perfect is a bit of grammar. Okay? It's a type of tense that many students get very frustrated with. They don't know: "Do I use the present perfect? Do I use the past tense?" It can be really difficult. So, when do we use the present perfect, and what is the present perfect? Well, let me first give you an example of a present perfect sentence, because maybe you've seen something like this before. "Have you ever been to France?", "Have you ever lived in a different city?", "Has your sister ever been on TV?" These are three examples of the present perfect. So, when do we use the present perfect? Well, there's different times we use the present perfect in English. In today's lesson, we're going to focus on using the present perfect to talk about a past experience. So, this is something interesting. An experience is usually an interesting experience; although it doesn't have to be. So, it's an experience that has happened in the past. So, it's not happening now, it's not happening in the future; it's already happened. It happened before, in the past. That's why a lot of students have a hard time with the present perfect because they see the word "present", and they get confused. "But how can we be talking about the past?" Well, the present perfect can be used to talk about a past experience, and we use it to talk about a past experience when we're just talking about something that happened, but we're not talking about when it happened. We're not talking about a specific time; we're not talking about a date. We're talking generally about an experience that happened in the past. So, I wanted to focus on present perfect questions to ask people about their experiences, because a lot of conversations start this way or have this in them. So, when we ask a person a question about the past experience, we can ask them: "Have you ever...?" This indicates we want to know something about somebody's past. "Have you ever been to France?" for example. So I'm asking you: "In the past, have you been to France?" So, to create the present perfect, let's talk about form now. We have: "Have you ever" and then we add something called a past participle to make it the present perfect. So, what's a past participle? Well, a "past participle" is a form of the verb. So, for example, in this case we have the verb "be", "to be". The past participle form of the verb "to be" is "been". Okay? In this case, we have: "Have you ever" and we have our past participle. What's a past participle again? It's a verb in a specific form. Okay? So it's a specific form of a verb. In this case, "lived" is the past participle of "live" or "to live". And our last example. Oh, we have "been" again, which I've already discussed. So, we use past participles in the present perfect. Now, this is where it gets a little bit challenging. There are two different types of past participles; we have our regular past participles and our irregular past participles. So, what's a "regular past participle"? Well, this is a verb where we just add "ed". Okay? So, for example: "play" becomes "played", and I add "ed", and that makes it a past participle. Another example is just down here: "lived". "Live", we add "ed" and it becomes "lived", and that's an example of a regular past participle. Okay? So, have you ever...? […]
Past Tense Verbs | Present Tense Verbs | English Speaking Practice | ESL | EFL
 
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Hello Everyone! In this video, you will learn the past tense of these verbs: cook, drink, eat, hold, bake, read, wear, fix, study and play. Past tense verbs: cooked, drank, ate, held, baked, read, wore, fixed, studied and played. These verbs are repeated three times each for better practice. Each sentence is presented with illustrations for better understanding. By repeating, you will be able to improve your speaking ability as well. Language in use: What did you cook? I cooked spaghetti. What did you drink? I drank water. What did you eat? I ate cereal. What did you hold? I held a frog. What did you bake? I baked a cake. What did you read? I read the newspaper. What did you wear? I wore mittens. What did you fix? I fixed my bike. What did you study? I studied music. What did you play? I played football. This video is ideal for beginners of English. ******* For more videos, please subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/Gifukids Get Flashcards and Worksheets. Visit Mark's website: http://markkulek.com Become a Member: https://www.patreon.com/MarkKulek Here are my T-Shirts / Coffee Mug: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/100051466?noCache=true Here are my Conversation Cards and Textbooks: http://www.englishbooks.jp/catalog/index.php/MSC-Press-m-147 Here are my ebooks: 25 Short Simple Conversations Volume One: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MT6OZ54 25 Short Simple Conversations Volume Two: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B014MN7ESQ For those of you who are interested in teaching English to young learners. Please have a look at my blog: Sharing My Whiteboard. http://sharingmywhiteboard.blogspot.jp ******* About Mark's Channel: This channel is designed for students, teachers and anyone wanting to learn English. My videos are vocabulary-based for conversation practice. Each video is themed to provide context for learning. To insure success, every video is designed with open slots for vocabulary substitution practice. These patterns allow students to practice on their own and teachers can have their class practice together as a group. These videos also work great for icebreakers and class discussions. Please have fun and speak English now! Thank you for your support. ****** #EnglishSpeakingPractice #MarkKulek.com #ELL #DailyConversations #EasyConversationPractice
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The 30 Most Common Irregular Verbs in English | Grammar Most Common English & Pronunciation - অর্থসহ
 
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What are Irregular Verbs? In the English language, most verbs (regular verbs) are turned into the past tense by adding '-ed' to the end of a base form of the verb.Most common English irregular verbs, list of irregular verbs in English. This is a list of Irregular Verbs. I will read the base form, the simple past tense (past simple) and the past participle of the verb.The English language has a large number of irregular verbs. What are Irregular Verbs? In the English language, most verbs (regular verbs) are turned into the past tense by adding '-ed' to the end of a base form of the verb. Regular verb examples: • Cook → Cooked • Walk → Walked • Talk → Talked • Finish → Finished Irregular verbs (or irregular past tense verbs) are common verbs in English that do not follow the simple system of adding “d” or “ed” to the end of the word to form the past tense (the past simple and/or the past participle) Irregular verbs examples: • Do - did - done • Draw - drew - drawn • Drink - drank - drunk Irregular Verbs List Alphabetical list of irregular verbs in the English language. • Arise - arose - arisen • Awake - awoke - awoken • Be - was/ were - been • Bear - bore - born(e) • Beat - beat - beaten • Become - became - become • Begin - began - begun • Bend - bent - bent • Bet - bet - bet • Bind - bound - bound • Bite - bit - bitten • Bleed - bled - bled • Blow - blew - blown • Break - broke - broken • Breed - bred - bred • Bring - brought - brought • Broadcast - broadcast - broadcast • Build - built - built • Burn - burnt/burned - burnt/burned • Burst - burst - burst • Buy - bought - bought • Catch - caught - caught • Choose - chose - chosen • Cling - clung - clung • Come - came - come • Cost - cost - cost • Creep - crept - crept • Cut - cut - cut • Deal - dealt - dealt • Dig- dug - dug • Do - did - done • Draw - drew - drawn • Dream - dreamt/dreamed - dreamt/dreamed • Drink - drank - drunk • Drive - drove - driven • Eat - ate - eaten • Fall - fell - fallen • Feed - fed - fed • Feel - felt - felt • Fight - fought - fought • Find - found - found • Fly - flew - flown • Forbid - forbade - forbidden • Forget - forgot - forgotten • Forgive - forgave - forgiven • Freeze - froze - frozen • Get - got - got • Give - gave - given • Go - went - gone • Grind - ground - ground • Grow - grew - grown • Hang - hung - hung • Have - had - had • Hear - heard - heard • Hide - hid - hidden • Hit - hit - hit • Hold - held - held • Hurt - hurt - hurt • Keep - kept - kept • Kneel - knelt - knelt • Know - knew - known • Lay - laid - laid • Lead - led - led • Lean - leant/ leaned - leant/ leaned • Learn - learnt/ learned - learnt/ learned • Leave - left - left • Lent - lent - lent • Lie (in bed) - lay - lain • Lie (not to tell the truth) - lied - lied • Light - lit/ lighted - lit/ lighted • Lose - lost - lost • Make - made - made • Mean - meant - meant • Meet - met - met • Overtake - overtook - overtaken • Pay - paid - paid • Put - put - put • Read - read - read • Ride - rode - ridden • Ring - rang - rung • Rise - rose - risen • Run - ran - run • Saw - sawed - sawn/ sawed • Say - said - said • See - sawed - seen • Sell - sold - sold • Send - sent - sent • Set - set - set • Sew - sewed - sewn/ sewed • Shake - shook - shaken • Shed - shed - shed • Shine - shone - shone • Shoot - shot - shot • Show - showed - shown • Shrink - shrank - shrunk • Shut - shut - shut • Sing - sang - sung • Sink - sank - sunk • Sit - sat - sat • Sleep - slept - slept • Slide - slid - slid • Smell - smelt - smelt • Sow - sowed - sown/ sowed • Speak - spoke - spoken • Spell - spelt/ spelled spelt/ spelled • Spend - spent - spent • Spill - spilt/ spilled - spilt/ spilled • Spit - spat - spat • Spread - spread - spread • Stand - stood - stood • Steal - stole - stolen • Stick - stuck - stuck • Sting - stung - stung • Stink - stank - stunk • Strike - struck - struck • Swear - swore - sworn • Sweep - swept - swept • Swell - swelled - swollen/ swelled • Swim - swam - swum • Swing - swung - swung • Take - took - taken • Teach - taught - taught • Tear - tore - torn • Tell - told - told • Think - thought - thought • Throw - threw - thrown • Understand - understood - understood • Wake - woke - woken • Wear - wore - worn • Weep - wept - wept • Win - won - won • Wind - wound - wound • Write - wrote - written ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- use of please : https://youtu.be/a5ApLGiPMEU Tense : https://youtu.be/hJoRWcqmQQA Conversation:https://youtu.be/cgWmahw9F9I opu360,opu ahmed,opu ahmed mon
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Irregular verbs in English
 
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be was - were been become became become begin began begun bring brought brought buy bought bought choose chose chosen come came come do did done drink drank drunk drive drove driven eat ate eaten fall fell fallen feel felt felt find found found fly flew flown forget forgot forgotten get got got give gave given go went gone have had had hear heard heard keep kept kept know knew known leave left left lend lent lent let let let lose lost lost make made made meet met met pay paid paid put put put read red red run ran run say said said see saw seen sell sold sold send sent sent sing sang sung sit sat sat sleep slept slept speak spoke spoken stand stood stood swim swam swum take took taken teach taught taught tell told told think thought thought understand understood understood wear wore worn write wrote written https://englishtap.blogspot.com
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Irregular (verbs) Reggae
 
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Do you want to master irregular english verbs ? learn (leant leant) this song ! Lyrics : Won't you please… Give me your attention Give gave given I slept on the sofa Sleep slept slept Because my bed is broken Break broke broken I dreamt of my teacher Dream dreamt dreamt He was drunk and funny Drink drank drunk When I woke up in the morning Wake woke woken I thought I was crazy Think thought thought So I sang a stupid song Sing sang sung Then I went to the bathroom Go went gone and I flew to the kitchen Fly flew flown I ate in my hand Eat ate eaten Because I lost my plate Lose lost lost My hand smelt like fish Smell smelt smelt So I shoke my fingers Shake shook shaken Then I drove to go to work Drive drove driven I gotta work to pay my car Read those words read read read The words I wrote for you write wrote written irregular verbs are made to cheat on you What do you mean meant meant I had to come back home Come came come Because I forgot my keys Forget forgot forgotten So I rang at the door Ring rang rung the dog ran to welcome Run ran run He began to bark Begin began begun I heard him barking Hear heard heard And it made him crazy Make made made For dogs they don't know how Know knew known How to open a door Open is not irregular ! The dog sat on the carpet Sit sat sat Beat the floor with his tail Beat beat beaten Until my mama came Come came come She told me I was lucky Tell told told Because she was about to leave Leave left left I said I was so sorry Say said said But I didn't see my keys See saw seen I couldn't see my keys Read those words read read read The words I wrote for you write wrote written irregular verbs are made to cheat on you cheat on you just like those bloody keys those bloody keys were hidden under the carpet Hide hid hidden it took time to find them Take took taken But I finally found them Find found found I put them in my pocket Put put put Because if someone stole my keys Steal stole stolen I'll have to buy new ones Buy bought bought I don't wanna buy new ones Read those words The words I wrote for you Irregular verbs are made to cheat on you
"PAST SIMPLE IRREGULAR VERBS". PRE-INTERMEDIATE LESSON 8
 
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"Past Simple Irregular Verbs". Pre-intermediate lesson 8 In this video you can learn three forms of some irregular verbs and get explanations on the use of these verbs in Past Simple. Additionally, you can visit our website and download free exercises to this video for more practice. Do not forget to rate and comment, please. We hope you'll enjoy it! Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/Losangelesenglishschool Visit our website and download exercises to the video for practicing this topic: http://losangelesenglishschool.com/index.php?route=information/information&information_id=13 _________________________________________________________________ There are regular and irregular verbs in the English language. Here we focus on irregular verbs: have had had go went gone do did done come came come eat ate eaten drink drank drunk Positive sentences: You need to use the second form of an irregular verb for all persons (I,you, we, they, he, she, it) in order to make Past Simple. e.g. I/you/we/they/he/she had a lot of work yesterday. Negative sentences: Use 'did not' (didn't) - auxiliary (helping) verb for all persons. e.g. I/you/we/they/he/she did not (didn't) have a lot of work. Question: The auxiliary (helping) verb 'did' is used, again, for all persons. eg. Did I/you/we/they/he/she have a lot of work? _________________________________________________________________ #PASTSIMPLE#IRREGULARVERBS#englishlesson#learnenglishonline#English#learnenglish#studyenglish#businessenglish#englishonskype#englishonline#englishvocabulary#pronunciation English courses for adults and young adult learners "Los Angeles English School". Learning English in Los Angeles English language school is realized by means of a specially designed program developed according to international standards of teaching English as the second language. With this program beginners in English start to speak confidently just in a couple of months of having classes. The main components of the course are a constant communication of each student with teachers, systematic revising and strengthening of vocabulary and grammar, watching short videos, listening to audios on various, the most essential topics (from easy to complicated ones).
memorizable english irregular verbs 1
 
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Verbos Irregulares puesto en una manera muy facil a recordar. Aprendelos ya! Los Verbos (Texto del video... Que disfruten : ) Speak spoke spoken Break broke broken Freeze froze frozen Steal stole stolen Choose chose chosen Forget forgot forgotten Get got gotten Fall fell fallen Take took taken Arise arose arisen Drive drove driven Rise rose risen Ride rode ridden Write wrote written Bite bit bitten Hide hid hidden Give gave given Begin began begun Drink drank drunk Sing sang sung Swim swam swum Ring rang rung Stink stank stunk Shrink shrank shrunk Spin spun spun Swing swung swung Sting stung stung Strike struck struck Go went gone Do did done Run ran run Come came come Become became become Win won won Lose lost lost Bring brought brought Buy bought bought Fight fought fought Think thought thought Catch caught caught Teach taught taught Este video ayuda a personas que están estudiando ingles a memorizar los verbos irregulares en presente, pasado y pasado participio. En Unique Learning Institute nuestros estudiantes repiten la canción una vez al día. Hemos observado a nuestros estudiantes tarariar la canción, ellos recuerdan su forma correcta en conversación y exámenes. En el video se han agregado imágenes para ayudar recordar el significado. Esperamos le ayude y lo disfruten! This video helps students studying English remember irregular verbs in the present, past, and past participle verb tenses. At the Unique Learning Institute we have our students sing along with the song once a day. We have observed our students hum the song and remember the correct spelling of the verb in conversation and on tests. We added images to help remember the meaning. We hope it helps and that you enjoy it! Texto del vídeo: Algunos verbos irregulares en Inglés. Queremos mostrarle algunos verbos irregulares en el presente, pasado, y el pasado participio. Listo(a)? Repetir junto con la canción una vez al día. Usted se sorprenderá de lo fácil que se te queda en la cabeza! Le deseamos suerte en su aprendizaje de Inglés. Tenga en cuenta que hay miles de personas que hablan el idioma Inglés. Así que usted puede hacerlo también!
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UNIT13 5 Present Perfect Tense
 
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Düzensiz fiiller begin began begun break broke broken bring brought brought buy bought bought come came come cut cut cut do did done draw drew drawn drink drank drunk drive drove driven eat ate eaten fall fell fallen find found found forget forgot forgotten get got got give gave given go went gone grow grew grown have had had hear heard heard know knew known learn learnt learnt leave left left lose lost lost make made made mean meant meant meet met met
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Irregular English Verbs 👉 Past Participle Form  |  Common Grammar Mistakes
 
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Grab the short course for $1! 👇👇👇 Stop making the 10 most common Mistakes English Learners Make! https://www.mmmenglish.com/grammar-challenge/ In this course you’ll practise what you learned in this lesson about irregular English verbs with quizzes and worksheets. PLUS, there are 9 more grammar lessons and quizzes to help you practise! Do your friends a favour and help to translate this lesson into your native language! Contribute subtitles translations here: https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?v=tM63jGLqDmM&ref=share You'll also get your name will be featured underneath the video 😃 I created this lesson to help you REVIEW irregular English verb forms. Knowing these different verb forms is crucial to using tenses correctly - especially the perfect tenses! Learn more about when to use the present perfect and past simple tenses in this video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGw2-p2WuJk&t #mmmEnglish #EnglishGrammar #EnglishGrammarTips #EnglishVerbs #EnglishTeacher #YouTubeTeacher Read the full transcript to this video on my blog: https://www.mmmenglish.com/2017/09/19/irregular-english-verbs-past-participle-form/ *I recommend* - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Are you a WOMAN 💃🏻 learning English? http://bit.ly/TheLadiesProject Check out The Ladies' Project to find speaking partners and build your confidence as an English speaker! ⭐️ Get Grammarly Grammar Checker - it's FREE! grammarly.com/mmmenglish ⭐️ English Listening practice - Try Audible for FREE! Listen to all of your favourite books: http://www.audibletrial.com/mmmEnglish mmmEnglish Website: http://bit.ly/mmmEnglish On Facebook: http://bit.ly/mmmEnglishFB On Instagram: http://bit.ly/mmmEnglishInsta Ladies Facebook Group http://bit.ly/LadiesLoveEnglish TweetMe on Twitter: http://bit.ly/TweetMmmEnglish Music Credit: Crimson Fly - Huma-Huma: https://youtu.be/qpxhgby-ONI
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Irregular Verbs - Düzensiz Fiiller
 
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be was/were been become became become begin began begun bet bet bet bite bit bitten break broke broken bring brought brought build built built buy bought bought catch caught caught choose chose chosen come came come cost cost cost cut cut cut dig dug dug do did done draw drew drawn drink drank drunk drive drove driven eat ate eaten fall fell fallen feed fed fed feel felt felt fight fought fought find found found fly flew flown forget forgot forgotten freeze froze frozen get got got give gave given go went gone grow grew grown have had had hear heard heard hide hid hidden hit hit hit hold held held hurt hurt hurt keep kept kept know knew known lay laid laid lead led led leave left left lend lent lent let let let lie lay lain light lit lit lose lost lost make made made mean meant meant meet met met pay paid paid put put put read read read ride rode ridden ring rang rung rise rose risen run ran run say said said see saw seen sell sold sold send sent sent sew sewed sewn/sewed shake shook shaken shine shone shone shoot shot shot show showed shown shut shut shut sing sang sung sink sank sunk sit sat sat sleep slept slept speak spoke spoken spend spent spent split split split spread spread spread spring sprang sprung stand stood stood steal stole stolen stink stank stunk swear swore sworn sweep swept swept swim swam swum take took taken teach taught taught tear tore torn tell told told think thought thought throw threw thrown understand understood understood wake woke woken wear wore worn win won won write wrote written
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(In English) Irregular Verbs in English.....  Learn English Verbs
 
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All verbs, whether regular or irregular, have five forms [often called principal parts]. These forms are the infinitive, simple present, simple past, past participle, and present participle. The difference between a regular and an irregular verb is the formation of the simple past and past participle. Regular verbs are dependably consistent—the simple past ends in ed as does the past participle. Check out this chart: Infinitive Simple Present Simple Past Past Participle Present Participle to laugh laugh(s) laughed laughed laughing to start start(s) started started starting to wash wash(es) washed washed washing to wink wink(s) winked winked winking In contrast, the simple past and past participle of irregular verbs can end in a variety of ways, with absolutely no consistent pattern. Here are some examples: Infinitive Simple Present Simple Past Past Participle Present Participle to drive drive(s) drove driven driving to feel feel(s) felt felt feeling to put put(s) put put putting to swim swim(s) swam swum swimming Writers make two frequent errors with irregular verbs. They either add an incorrect ed to the end of an irregular verb or accidentally interchange the simple past and past participle. Read this sentence: Olivia feeled like exercising yesterday, so she putted on her bathing suit and drived to the YMCA, where she swum so far that only an extra large pepperoni pizza would satisfy her hunger. What are the problems with this sentence? First, feeled should be felt. Next, putted needs to be put. The correct past tense of drive is drove. And we must change swum to swam. Know the solution. To avoid making mistakes with irregular verbs, learn the very long chart below or bookmark this page in your web browser. Comprehensive List of Irregular Verbs Infinitive Simple Present Simple Past Past Participle Present Participle to arise arise(s) arose arisen arising to awake awake(s) awoke or awaked awaked or awoken awaking to be am, is, are was, were been being to bear bear(s) bore borne or born bearing to beat beat(s) beat beaten beating to become become(s) became become becoming to begin begin(s) began begun beginning to bend bend(s) bent bent bending to bet bet(s) bet bet betting to bid [to offer] bid(s) bid bid bidding to bid [to command] bid(s) bade bidden bidding to bind bind(s) bound bound binding to bite bite(s) bit bitten or bit biting to blow blow(s) blew blown blowing to break break(s) broke broken breaking to bring bring(s) brought brought bringing to build build(s) built built building to burst burst(s) burst burst bursting to buy buy(s) bought bought buying to cast cast(s) cast cast casting to catch catch(es) caught caught catching to choose choose(s) chose chosen choosing to cling cling(s) clung clung clinging to come come(s) came come coming to cost cost(s) cost cost costing to creep creep(s) crept crept creeping to cut cut(s) cut cut cutting to deal deal(s) dealt dealt dealing to dig dig(s) dug dug digging to dive dive(s) dived or dove dived diving to do do(es) did done doing to draw draw(s) drew drawn drawing to dream dream(s) dreamed or dreamt dreamed or dreamt dreaming to drink drink(s) drank drunk drinking to drive drive(s) drove driven driving to eat eat(s) ate eaten eating to fall fall(s) fell fallen falling to feed feed(s) fed fed feeding to feel feel(s) felt felt feeling to fight fight(s) fought fought fighting to find find(s) found found finding to flee flee(s) fled fled fleeing to fling fling(s) flung flung flinging to fly flies, fly flew flown flying to forbid forbid(s) forbade or forbad forbidden forbidding to forget forget(s) forgot forgotten or forgot forgetting to forgive forgive(s) forgave forgiven forgiving to forsake forsake(s) forsook forsaken forsaking to freeze freeze(s) froze frozen freezing to get get(s) got got or gotten getting to give give(s) gave given giving to go go(es) went gone going to grow grow(s) grew grown growing to hang [to suspend] hang(s) hung hung hanging to have has, have had had having to hear hear(s) heard heard hearing to hide hide(s) hid hidden hiding to hit hit(s) hit hit hitting to hurt hurt(s) hurt hurt hurting to keep keep(s) kept kept keeping................. and more
4C verb rap song
 
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Irregular Verbs Grammar Rap The microphone I take (took, taken). You shake (shook, shaken). Wake (woke, woken) to the style I’m creating. Think (thought, thought). Seek (sought, sought). Listen to the lesson that I teach (taught, taught). Don’t sleep (slept, slept). I creep (crept, crept). I sneak (snuck, snuck up). You leap (leapt, leapt). I keep (kept, kept) having fun. I’m never beat (beat, beaten); I win (won, won). Do (did, done). Begin (began, begun). Shoot (shot, shot)—no, I don’t own a gun. I lead (led, led) so I can feed (fed, fed). The knowledge you need, straight to your head. When I bring (brought, brought) it, you catch (caught, caught) it. Sit back relax. Don’t fight (fought, fought) it. Please don't freeze (froze, frozen) when I speak (spoke, spoken). It’s real. You can feel I don’t steal (stole, stolen). I choose (chose, chosen) the very best rhymes and Write (wrote, written) them into my lines and into your mind. When we meet (met, met) I’ll bet (bet, bet) I won’t let you forget (forgot forgotten). I get (got, gotten) every head nodding. Don’t think about stopping Just come (came, come). This is hip hop. I don’t sing (sang, sung). I sting (stung, stung). I cling (clung, clung) on each and every word, You hang (hung, hung). It’s not enough to dream (dreamt, dreamt); You’ve got to spend (spent, spent) time on your goals. Please lend (lent, lent) me your ear. Come near and I’ll lay (laid, laid) down this new sound that I make (made, made). I hope you don’t say that you think its junk. I hope you don’t think that I stink (stank, stunk). If you’re thirsty for English, come drink (drank, drunk). because I sink (sank, sunk) all competition when they hear (heard, heard) that I give (gave, given) encouragement when I spit (spat, spat). Never quit (quit, quit) Don’t sit (sat, sat). Yeah, I like it like that. I’ll even kneel (knelt, knelt) and beg you to express what you feel (felt, felt). I rise (rose, risen) when I drive (drove, driven) through the beat; Tap your feet as you ride (rode, ridden). Those that hide (hid, hidden) I find (found, found). If you flee (fled, fled) then I’ll track you down. Now you see (saw, seen) that I mean (meant, meant) Every word of the message that I send (sent, sent). I show (showed, shown) I can fly (flew, flown). Now you know (knew, known) I shine (shone, shone). I’ll throw (threw, thrown) you the ball. It’s your turn. Grow (grew, grown) with the verbs that you’ve learned. Grammar through lyrics I draw (drew, drawn). Peace to ells, now I go (went, gone)!
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Drunk Pronunciation
 
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Week 2 - Le Passé Composé - Irregular Past Participles
 
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Bonjour! Je m'appelle Charlotte. Comment allez-vous? Hello! My name is Charlotte. How is it going? This is the summary video of the week 2 class from my French Passé Composé course which took place at The Three Tuns in Chepstow, Monmouthshire (in Wales, United Kingdom), on Wednesday 3rd April 2019. In this video, I talk about how to form the passé composé past tense in French by using the present tense of the verb 'avoir' (to have) plus the past participles of some common irregular verbs. I give some examples of French sentences in the passé composé as well as their possible English translations. I then show the present tense avoir conjugations, model pronunciation and give examples of how to form the past participles of the verbs 'conduire' (to drive), 'faire' (to do/make), 'comprendre' (to understand), 'prendre' (to take), 'mettre' (to put), 'dire' (to say/tell), éteindre' (to switch off/turn off), 'lire' (to read), 'boire' (to drink) and 'voir' (to see). These are the irregular past participles for the verbs in this list: conduit (drove/driven), fait (done/did/made), compris (understood), pris (took), mis (put), dit (told/said), éteint (turned off/switched off), lu (read), bu (drank/drunk), vu (saw/seen). If you are interested in learning French, Italian or English as a Foreign Language with me in person or via Skype, please visit my website and social media profiles for more information. For more information, see: www.MooreLanguageSolutions.com www.facebook.com/MooreLanguageSolutions www.facebook.com/ItalianClassesChepstow www.facebook.com/FrenchClassesChepstow Read my professional Proz feedback here: https://www.proz.com/feedback-card/13... Add me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/moorelanguage Merci beaucoup! Grazie mille! Thank you very much!
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RAS Grade 5... Irregular Verbs Rap
 
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Irregular verbs are often difficult to teach since you basically just have to memorize them. Collolearn and Fluency MC created a song to help students remember them. Here is the original link.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gNaDvAYC0Jw This is my class's take on it... We hope you enjoy, and at the same time, learn something... Here are the lyrics: The microphone I TAKE (took, TAKen). You SHAKE (shook, SHAken). WAKE (woke, WOken) to the STYLE Im creAting. THINK (thought, THOUGHT). SEEK (sought, SOUGHT). LISten to the LESson that I TEACH (taught, TAUGHT). Dont SLEEP (slept, SLEPT). I CREEP (crept, CREPT). I SNEAK (snuck, SNUCK UP). You LEAP (leapt, LEAPT). I KEEP (kept, KEPT) HAVing FUN. Im never BEAT (beat, BEAten); I WIN (won, WON). DO (did, DONE). BeGIN (began, beGUN). SHOOT (shot, SHOT)—no, I DONT own a GUN. I LEAD (led, LED) so I can FEED (fed, FED). the KNOWledge you NEED, STRAIGHT to your HEAD. When I BRING (brought, BROUGHT) it, you CATCH (caught, CAUGHT) it. Sit BACKreLAX. Dont FIGHT (fought, FOUGHT) it. Please don't FREEZE (froze, FROzen) when I SPEAK (spoke, SPOken). Its REAL. You can FEEL I dont STEAL (stole, STOlen). I CHOOSE (chose, CHOsen) the VERy best RHYMES and WRITE (wrote, WRITten) them INto my LINES and INto your MIND. When we MEET (met, MET) Ill BET (bet, BET) I wont LET you forGET (forGOTforGOTten). I GET (got, GOTten) EVery head NODding. Dont THINK about STOPping just COME (came, COME). THIS is hip hop. I dont SING (sang, SUNG). I STING (stung, STUNG). I CLING (clung, CLUNG). On EACH and every WORD, you HANG (hung, HUNG). Its not enough to DREAM (dreamt, DREAMT); youve got to SPEND (spent, SPENT) TIME on your GOALS. Please LEND (lent, LENT) me your EAR. Come NEAR and Ill LAY (laid, LAID) DOWN this new SOUND that I MAKE (made, MADE). I HOPE you dont SAY that you THINK its JUNK. I HOPE you dont THINK that I STINK (stank, STUNK). If youre THIRSty for ENGlish, come DRINK (drank, DRUNK). because I SINK (sank, SUNK) ALL compeTItion when they HEAR (heard, HEARD) that I GIVE (gave, GIVen) encouragement when I SPIT (spat, SPAT). Never QUIT (quit, QUIT); dont SIT (sat, SAT). Yeah, I LIKE it like THAT. Ill even KNEEL (knelt, KNELT). and BEG you to exPRESS what you FEEL (felt, FELT). I RISE (rose, RISen) when I DRIVE (drove, DRIVen) through the BEAT; tap your FEET as you RIDE (rode, RIDden). Those that HIDE (hid, HIDden) I FIND (found, FOUND). If you FLEE (fled, FLED) then Ill TRACK you DOWN. Now you SEE (saw, SEEN) that I MEAN (meant, MEANT) every WORD of the MESsage that I SEND (sent, SENT). I SHOW (showed, SHOWN) I can FLY (flew, FLOWN). Now you KNOW (knew, KNOWN) I SHINE (shone, SHONE). Ill THROW (threw, THROWN) you the BALL. Its your TURN. GROW (grew, GROWN) with the VERBS that youve LEARNED. GRAMmar through LYRics I DRAW (drew, DRAWN). PEACE to elLS, now I GO (went, GONE)!
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eat - ate - eaten
 
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how many times a day should we eat? how many times a day do we eat? many people say that we eat more than we should eat. watch and see how to use this verb in context
A1, A2, B1, B2 English irregular verbs - Unregelmäßige Verben im Englischen - longua.org
 
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verA1, A2, B1, B2 English irregular verbs - Unregelmäßige Verben im Englischen Englisch lernen - Learn English Liste der unregelmäßigen Verben - Irregular Verbs: Present, Past, Past Participle   Liste der unregelmäßigen Verbformen im Englischen   Infinitiv Past Tense Past Participle deutsch become became become werden begin began begun beginnen, anfangen bite bit bitten beißen blow blew blown blasen break broke broken brechen bring brought brought bringen build built built bauen burst burst burst platzen buy bought bought kaufen catch caught caught fangen choose chose chosen wählen come came come kommen cut cut cut schneiden deal dealt dealt (be-)handeln do did done tun drink drank drunk trinken drive drove driven fahren eat ate eaten essen fall fell fallen fallen feed fed fed füttern feel felt felt fühlen fight fought fought kämpfen find found found finden fly flew flown fliegen forbid forbade forbidden verbieten forget forgot forgot(ten) vergessen forgive forgave forgiven vergeben freeze froze frozen fieren get got got bekommen give gave given geben go went gone gehen grow grew grown wachsen hear heard heard hören hide hid hidden verstecken hold held held halten hurt hurt hurt verletzen keep kept kept behlaten know knew known wissen, kennen lay laid laid legen lead led led leiten, führen leave left left verlassen let let let lassen lie lay lain liegen lose lost lost verlieren make made made machen meet met met treffen pay paid paid (be-)zahlen quit quit quit verlassen, aufhören read [i:] read [e] read [e] lesen ride rode ridden reiten ring rang rung klingen rise rose risen (auf-)steigen run run run rennen say said said sagen see saw seen sehen seek sought sought suchen sell sold sold verkaufen send sent sent schicken, senden shake shook shaken schütteln shine shone shone scheinen sing sang sung singen sit sat sat sitzen sleep slept slept schlafen speak spoke spoken sprechen spend spent spent (Geld) ausgeben, (Zeit) verbringen spring sprang sprung springen stand stood stood stehen steal stole stolen stehlen swim swam swum schwimmen swing swung swung schwingen take took taken nehmen teach taught taught unterrichten, lehren, beibringen tear tore torn reißen tell told told erzählen think thought thought denken throw threw trown werfen understand understood understood verstehen wake (up) woke woken wecken wear wore worn (Kleidung) tragen win won won gewinnen write wrote written schreiben     Lesen Sie auch: Liste der englischen Zeitformen: - Present simple - Present continuous - Past tense simple - Past continuous - Present perfect simple - Present perfect continuous - Past perfect simple - Past perfect continuous - will-Futur - going to-Futur - Future past - Conditional Present - Conditional Past   - Infinitiv - Gerund - Imperativ   - Modalverben     Lesen Sie auch: - Adjektive - Steigerung der Adjektive - Germanische Steigerung - Steigerung der Adjektive - Romanische Steigerung - Verwendung der Adjektive - Nominalisierung der Adjektive - Adverb und: - Bestimmte Artikel - Unbestimmte Artikel - Plural - Genitiv (‘s - of)     mehr Informationen unter: [email protected]   Lesen Sie auch:  Albanische Grammatik Arabische Grammatik Aramäische Grammatik Chinesische Grammatik Deutsche Grammatik Englische Grammatik Französische Grammatik Isländische Grammatik Italienische Grammatik Japanische Grammatik Koreanische Grammatik Kurdische Grammatik Ladinische Grammatik Lateinische Grammatik Niederländische Grammatik Portugiesische Grammatik Spanische Grammatik http://longua.org/english.list.irregular.verbs.php
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USE OF CAUSATIVE SENTENCE  (USING MAKE)
 
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ABOUT THIS VIDEO: This video will teach you about ‘CAUSATIVE SENTENCE’ It means if there is a person in front of you and the person doesn’t drink alcohol but either by your force or request he drank alcohol. It means you are the cause behind his drinking. That’s why It is called causative sentence. STRUCTURE: [Sub + h.v. + make + you/him/her/me/us/them + verb1st + Ob] Make will be changed according to the tense. EXAMPLES: Main tumhe hansa raha hun. I am making you laugh. Tum mujhe rula rahe ho. You are making me cry. Kal tumne mujhe rula diya. Yesterday, you made me cry. Wah mujhe prati din park me bithati hai. She makes me sit in the park every day. Mujhe mat rulao Don’t make me cry. Use mat sulao. Don’t make him sleep. FOR MY OTHER VIDEOS CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINKS: USE OF INSTEAD OF: https://youtu.be/XwrTbCscCro SPECIAL USE OF WANT: https://youtu.be/9_Y5jp9fc1I USE OF IN THE HABIT OF IN ENGLISH: https://youtu.be/8oIdUVtD2wc USE OF ABOUT TO IN ENGLISH: https://youtu.be/P4eI9B_DF18 USE OF DYING TO IN ENGLISH: https://youtu.be/Bicj6Qvy_9M USE OF FOND OF IN ENGLISH: https://youtu.be/XubNgNXbgQ8 USE OF ON THE PRETEXT OF IN ENGLISH: https://youtu.be/scGuPLC9DgQ USE OF IT WAS FOOLISH OF ME IN INGLISH: https://youtu.be/ncq3bSi3wuQ USE OF FEEL LIKE IN ENGLISH: https://youtu.be/HgozK48W43w USE OF IT'S NO USE IN ENGLISH: https://youtu.be/kF5zyNq2HiA USE OF LET'S IN ENGLISH https://youtu.be/1Aly6bmli_U USE OF 'LET': https://youtu.be/8U46j5QHKzI USE OF LET IN TENSE: https://youtu.be/CTTpS6_Rhmg APNA APNI APNE IN ENGLISH: https://youtu.be/aUq4IDA2CIU PRESENT INDEFINITE POSITIVE SENTENCE: https://youtu.be/wVf1ViCcJGs PRESENT INDEFINITE NEGATIVE SENTENCE: https://youtu.be/DReiVREZvV0 PRESENT INDEFINITE INTERROGATIVE SENTENCE TYPE 1: https://youtu.be/T3AEu94w3mw PRESENT INDEFINITE INTERROGATIVE SENTENCE TYPE 2: https://youtu.be/mvNqrRB_85Y PRESENT INDEFINITE INTERROGATIVE + NEGATIVE SENTENCE: https://youtu.be/eEydc5DghcE PRESENT INDEFINITE CONVERSATION: https://youtu.be/wWzC4Uy1yhA USE OF 'WANT' IN PRESENT INDEFINITE: https://youtu.be/Ew0W-4l6Fb0 HOW TO ASK LONG QUESTIONS IN PRESENT INDEFINITE: https://youtu.be/Hm2rMcVL1x8 YOU CAN ALSO FOLLOW ME ON: TWITTER : https://twitter.com/englishchandan FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ENGLISHWITHCHANDAN/ FOR ANY QUERIES, WRITE IN COMMENT BOX. THANKS
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What grammar mistakes do native speakers make?
 
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8 common English grammar mistakes that native speakers make! Do you realize that not everyone in North America or the UK speaks perfect English? In fact, the majority of people do not follow all the grammar rules that you learn on engVid or in textbooks. It is sometimes confusing for learners of English when they hear their native speaker friends making these mistakes. These mistakes are also often heard in movies. There is a big cultural divide between people who speak correct English and people who speak with mistakes. The ability to speak English in the grammatically standard way will often determine whether you have access to a professional-level job. This is especially true if you’re a non-native speaker of English, so I strongly suggest you follow the standard rules of English grammar. In this video, I cover mistakes you'll hear in the UK, but many of these mistakes are also made by Americans. After the lesson, make sure to test yourself with my quiz! http://www.engvid.com/native-speaker-grammar-mistakes/ TRANSCRIPT Hi, everyone. I'm Jade. Today we're talking about common mistakes that native speakers make. And I use the word "mistakes" -- I use that word, "mistakes", for you. I don't actually listen to people and say, "You're wrong! You're wrong!" because a lot of the time, it's about variety of English and accent as well. Whether they use this grammar is incorrect grammar in terms of standard English. But people use it, and people say it. So that's why I'm telling you about it. Also, I've got so much respect for people who come and learn English, but like, you could say, like, on the street, you know? They're not taking classes. They're learning from the people they're around. Sometimes, the people you're around speak in the way where there are these mistakes. So that's the kind of thing that you acquire. Nothing wrong with that because people speak like that. But maybe you get to a point where you've seen something in a book where grammar is explained, but it's not what you hear people using. And when that happens, there's sometimes quite a lot of confusion. So I'm pointing out these mistakes to you so that you can observe them yourself, and then, you can decide, "Well, I like saying it that way" or, "I don't want to say it that way." "That's the way everyone I know speaks, so I'm going to speak like that" or, "I'm going to choose not to." So -- yeah. Let's take a little look. So something you'll hear a lot in many different accents in English -- British English -- is using "was" for all past subjects. So you learn in your grammar books that you say, "I was, you were, we" -- I need to think about this -- "we were, they were, blah, blah, blah, he, she, it -- was." But a lot of people just say "was" all the time when they're talking about the past. They say, "We was going there" or, "they was joking." It's not standard English, but you will hear it a lot. So we are, in standard English, expected to use "were" in our sentences, not to use "was" all the time. Moving on. No. 2, substituting the past participle where the past simple is needed. Okay. So these are example sentences that you will hear which are considered incorrect in terms of standard English. "I done it. Did you do your homework? I done it." "Where's the vodka? He drunk it." "Where's the dog?" No. Not, "Where's the dog." "Where are the kids? They run over the road." Okay? You'll hear those. But these sentences should either be past simple here because we're talking about completed, finished, past events, or they should be present perfect sentences. So they're using the past participle, which relates to the present perfect as in an action that happened in the past still with an impact now, but it's confused because it's used without an auxiliary verb. So let's compare to the correct standard English version. "Where's your homework? I did it." " Where's the vodka? He drank it." The past simple form of the verb "drink" is "drank". I'll write that one down because it's a confusing one. So it's "drink, drank, drunk". And -- yeah. "Where are the kids? They ran over the road." This one is confusing as well, "run, ran, run". And let's look at it in the present perfect form. "Where's your homework? I've done it." "Where's the vodka? He's drunk it." And, "Where are the kids? They've run over the road." They're still there. They haven't come back yet.
catch - caught - caught
 
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we catch a cold - we catch a ball - we even catch trains and planes so it is important to know how to use the irregular verb catch in the present and past tenses watch and learn in context
Putin Sing Irregular Verbs Rap Song
 
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The microphone I TAKE (took, TAKen). You SHAKE (shook, SHAken). WAKE (woke, WOken) to the STYLE Im creAting. THINK (thought, THOUGHT). SEEK (sought, SOUGHT). LISten to the LESson that I TEACH (taught, TAUGHT). Dont SLEEP (slept, SLEPT). I CREEP (crept, CREPT). I SNEAK (snuck, SNUCK UP). You LEAP (leapt, LEAPT). I KEEP (kept, KEPT) HAVing FUN. Im never BEAT (beat, BEAten); I WIN (won, WON). DO (did, DONE). BeGIN (began, beGUN). SHOOT (shot, SHOT)—no, I DONT own a GUN. I LEAD (led, LED) so I can FEED (fed, FED). the KNOWledge you NEED, STRAIGHT to your HEAD. When I BRING (brought, BROUGHT) it, you CATCH (caught, CAUGHT) it. Sit BACKreLAX. Dont FIGHT (fought, FOUGHT) it. Please don't FREEZE (froze, FROzen) when I SPEAK (spoke, SPOken). Its REAL. You can FEEL I dont STEAL (stole, STOlen). I CHOOSE (chose, CHOsen) the VERy best RHYMES and WRITE (wrote, WRITten) them INto my LINES and INto your MIND. When we MEET (met, MET) Ill BET (bet, BET) I wont LET you forGET (forGOT, forGOTten). I GET (got, GOTten) EVery head NODding. Dont THINK about STOPping just COME (came, COME). THIS is hip hop. I dont SING (sang, SUNG). I STING (stung, STUNG). I CLING (clung, CLUNG). On EACH and every WORD, you HANG (hung, HUNG). It's not enough to DREAM (dreamt, DREAMT); youve got to SPEND (spent, SPENT) TIME on your GOALS. Please LEND (lent, LENT) me your EAR. Come NEAR and Ill LAY (laid, LAID) DOWN this new SOUND that I MAKE (made, MADE). I HOPE you dont SAY that you THINK its JUNK. I HOPE you dont THINK that I STINK (stank, STUNK). If youre THIRSty for ENGlish, come DRINK (drank, DRUNK). because I SINK (sank, SUNK) ALL compeTItion when they HEAR (heard, HEARD) that I GIVE (gave, GIVen) encouragement when I SPIT (spat, SPAT). Never QUIT (quit, QUIT); dont SIT (sat, SAT). Yeah, I LIKE it like THAT. Ill even KNEEL (knelt, KNELT). and BEG you to exPRESS what you FEEL (felt, FELT). I RISE (rose, RISen) when I DRIVE (drove, DRIVen) through the BEAT; tap your FEET as you RIDE (rode, RIDden). Those that HIDE (hid, HIDden) I FIND (found, FOUND). If you FLEE (fled, FLED) then Ill TRACK you DOWN. Now you SEE (saw, SEEN) that I MEAN (meant, MEANT) every WORD of the MESsage that I SEND (sent, SENT). I SHOW (showed, SHOWN) I can FLY (flew, FLOWN). Now you KNOW (knew, KNOWN) I SHINE (shone, SHONE). Ill THROW (threw, THROWN) you the BALL. Its your TURN. GROW (grew, GROWN) with the VERBS that youve LEARNED. GRAMmar through LYRics I DRAW (drew, DRAWN). PEACE to elLS, now I GO (went, GONE)!
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85 most common English irregular verbs |Strong verbs |List of irregular verbs with Bangla meaning
 
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85 most common English irregular verbs |Strong verbs |List of irregular verbs with Bangla meaning. ♦PLEASE SUBSCRIBE:https://goo.gl/6eMzWz In this lesson I am going to show you most important daily used verbs which is called English irregular verbs or strong verbs too. There will be a list of irregular verbs with English to Bengali meaning so that you can improve your English vocabulary too . verb plays a vital role in English . in order to learn strong verbs or irregular verbs properly , you need to practice my today’s lesson again and again . So, let’s begin. here you will be taught present form , past form and past participle form of the verbs in Bangla in order that you can make sentences in easy way. this lesson is about easy tips to learn strong verbs and weak verbs with easy tricks . in my each and every class I aways say v1, v2, and v3 . v1 means base form of verb/ present form , v2 means past form and v3 means past participle form of verbs. in order to learn English vocabulary you have to learn this important tutorial attentively . by learn this lesson you will be able to form present , past and past participle easily. if you want to learn how and where to use present form , past form and past participle form in English , you have to listen to me on my today’s video very attentively. now I am going to show the all the strong verbs or irregular verbs which are most common in English . So, see the following irregular verbs . Present Past Past participle awake awoke awaken abide abode abode arise arose arisen beset beset beset behold beheld behold bind bound bound become became become befall befell befallen beget begot begotten begin began begun beat beat beaten bend bent bent beseech besought besought bear bore borne bear bore ` borne bet bet bet bid bade bidden bleed bled bled bite bit bitten breed bred bred broadcast broadcast broadcast break broke broken blow blew blown bring brought bought burst burst burst buy bought bought burn burnt burnt build built built cut cut cut creep crept crept come came come cleave cleaved cleaved choose chose chosen cling clang clung cast cast cast cost cost cost catch caught caught dwell dwelt dwelt drive drove drove dream dreamt dreamt do did done draw drew drawn dive dove dived drink drank drunk deal dealt dealt eat ate eaten fly flew flown fling flung flung find found found fight fought fought feel felt felt fall fell fallen feed fed fed flee fled fled freeze froze frozen. You can follow me on my following social media:- Facebook:-https://goo.gl/uWDdyQ Twitter:-https://goo.gl/XV5xaG Learn English with Shimul Sir. facebook.Bruhttps://www.facebook.com/shimulsir0/?ref=settingssh you can enjoy my following vides Completing Sentences with short cut tips in English grammar | Bangla| Part -3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bZWi6v-esM How to improve Writing Skills with Participle Infinitive and Gerund |Bangla https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6iD3-tJmY0I Thanks for watching.
Improve Your Vocabulary! The most common drinking nouns, verbs, and adjectives
 
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Drinking is one of the most basic things humans do, so we have many words in English to talk about doing it. In this lesson, I chose the most important drinking vocabulary. You'll learn to use words like sip, slug, guzzle, and many more. This lesson will give you a lot of new vocabulary you can use right away to sound more like a native speaker. Like this lesson? Check out my video on eating vocabulary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZxswM3Xa4A Take the quiz on this lesson at http://www.engvid.com/vocabulary-of-drinking-the-most-common-nouns-verbs-and-adjectives/ TRANSCRIPT "Every man has the potential (and woman) for a great..." Hi. James from engVid. Just let me finish. I'm going to take a quick swig. [Gulps] Oh, good. [Laughs] I want to talk about drinks. I should talk about drinks. This coffee smells amazing. One more sip. I said "swig" and "sip", and you're probably thinking they're the same, but if you notice what I did when I took a swig: [Gulps], when I took a sip, maybe a taste. What? They're different; not the same. And if you ever take a swig of my beer when I offer you a sip, I won't be happy. Let's go to the board and find out: What the heck did I just say? Okay? What the hell, talk about drinks. E drank too much. Yup, yup, yup, he did. He should have just sipped his beer, he would have been okay. I have some drawings on the board, and what we're going to do is go through drink: When we drink, what do we say? What is the difference when we use these words? And how you should use them so you can sound like a native. Right? If you look over here, it says: "eat". There is a video, go check it out, and it has all the words for "eat" and how we went from little eating, like "nibble", to a lot, like "gorge", and that was there. It's going to be done in the same way. And if you noticed, when you looked here, there were a few words. And I've added a couple. You're going to say: "Wow, I didn't see these words before." And you're right, the words you didn't see were: "guzzle", "choke", and "consume". These are three new words. But when you drink or eat, we will use these words as well. Right? We talked about the Venn diagram showing words that are different and words that are similar to both. In this case, "guzzle", if I'm guzzling my coffee... I won't now because it's hot, but I'd be like: "[Gulps]", because maybe I have to go somewhere. It means to drink greedily. So, like an animal, drink greedily or quickly. "Choke" is this: "[Coughs and chokes]". You can guzzle down food, you can choke on food, you can do the same with liquids. If I'm eating a sandwich and I choke. But I can choke by drinking the liquid. We say: "Goes the wrong way", and you're like: "So, how are you doing Mr....? [Coughs and chokes]. I'm choking." "Choke". "Consume" is a word that means to eat or drink or use up. I put this word specifically because you'll hear it when people talk about buying things, they're consuming. It means they're using it up. When you eat or drink, guess what? You're using it up. If you look carefully, there's no coffee because I've consumed it. So if someone said he consumed a lot of alcohol, or meat, or something, it means they used it up or finished it - "to consume". Cool? Glad you like it, because now it's time to talk about the words. So, where are we? A "little". A "little" is a taste. Imagine your tongue. All right? Rolling Stones, don't sue me. Okay? When you taste something, it's just like putting just a small amount here. "Ah, I like that." Because sometimes you see somebody drinking a blue drink with a green thing on top. You don't want to drink that, but it looks interesting, so you might want to taste. And you will go like this: "Mmm" or "Ugh". "Can I have a taste?" If someone says: "Can I have a taste?" or "Do you want to taste it?" you should take a lot. Just a little bit to put on your tongue and get a taste of it. Please don't put your finger in my drink to taste it. Put your tongue. Okay? So you can see this one is a taste. Okay? Bang. That's right. Bang on the head, we got to do the next one. What is a "sip"? I'm a nice guy and I'm sure you're a nice guy, so your friend comes and he goes: "Hey, man, you're drinking a beer. Can I have a sip?" A "sip" is a little drink. See the ant? Imagine an ant drinking. It's not going to drink a whole cup of coffee. It's going to have a sip. That means you're allowed to do this and stop. I can repeat. Ready? There we go. Stop. If you're still going like a plane, we have a problem. I won't be happy. A sip means this. But here's something to help you really remember.
How to pronounce DRUNK in British English
 
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This video shows you how to pronounce DRUNK in British English. Speaker has an accent from Edinburgh, Scotland. https://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english/drunk. Collins Dictionary, the home of living English and pioneers of dictionary publishing: https://www.collinsdictionary.com
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present progressive - statements, drinking water
 
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This short video is intended to serve as a small supplement - additional instruction is required
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