English - Regular Verbs

A regular verb forms its past tense and past participle by adding -d or -ed to its base form. This ending may be pronounced /d/ (accused, activated, viewed), /ed/ (accepted, hacked, listed), or /t/ (mixed, searched, slipped). It is also like Weak Verb.

Present Tense Past Tense Past Participle Present Participle
abandon abandoned abandoned abandoning
abase abased abased abasing
abash abashed abashed abashing
abate abated abated abating
abbreviate abbreviated abbrivated abbreviating
abdicate abdicated abdicated abdicating
abduct abducted abducted abducting
abet abetted abetted abetting
abhor abhorred abhorred abhorring
abide abided abided abiding
abjure abjured abjured abjuring
abnegate abnegated abnegated abnegating
abolish abolished abolished abolishing
abominate abominated abominated abominating
abound abounded abounded abounding
abridge abridged abridged abridging
abrogate abrogated abrogated abrogating
abscond absconded absconded absconding
absent absented absented absenting
absolve absolved absolved absolving
absorb absorbed absorbed absorbing
abstain abstained abstained abstraining
abuse abused abused abusing
abuse abused abused abusing
abut abutted abutted abutting
accede acceded acceded acceding
accelerate accelerated accelerated accelerating
accentuate accentuated accentuated accentuating
accept accepted accepted accepting
acclaim acclaimed acclaimed acclaiming

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