This has been the third post on irregular verbs. There are 24 more irregular verbs presented in two videos. Then you can practise each group of verbs on a worksheet or in interactive games and quizzes. When I counted I found out that each verb is practised at least 7 times. I have tried the activities with my students and finally they are able to learn them.
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Irregular verbs #3 – videos
The other 12 verbs are presented in the following video:
Irregular verbs – worksheets
Then there are two worksheets containing crosswords and word puzzles to practice the irregular verbs. The activities for the verbs from the first video are here. Be careful, you have to add a free square after each verb in the spiral puzzle:
The puzzles and crosswords for the second video are over here. Again you have to add a free square after each verb in the spiral puzzle:
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Irregular verbs #3 – interactive quizzes
The first two quizzes test the knowledge of the first twelve irregular verbs presented in the first video. The test is in HTML5 so you can play it on any mobile device. At the end of the quiz you can play a game.
The following quizzes deal with the irregular verbs presented in the second video:
I hope that by now you will have learnt all the 24 irregular verbs taught here.