Card Set Information
Irregular Verbs: arise to burst with sentences
arose / arisen
We arose early.
We have arisen early every day this week.
awoke / awaken
The baby awoke suddenly.
The baby has awaken her parents every night this week.
be - am - are
was or were / been
He was never late for work.
She has been late twice this week.
bear (bring forth)
bore / born
Our apple trees bore more fruit last year.
Our trees have never born so little fruit before.
bore / borne
The donkey bore several baskets of vegetables.
That poor donkey has borne heavy loads every day of its life.
beat / beaten
She beat her brother in the race.
She has beaten her brother in every race this month.
became / become
I became tired during the long hike.
Hiking has become my least favorite activity.
began / begun
The market began to sell organic food last year.
The market has begun to sell more organic food this year.
bent / bent
She sat on her glasses and bent them.
She has bent her glasses so many times that I think they will soon break.
bet / bet
She bet her brother five dollars that she could win the race.
She has never bet that much money so she must believe that she will win.
bade / bid
The farmer bade his son go and pick some apples.
The farmer has bid his children pick apples every morning.
bid / bidden or bid
Yesterday we bid $1000 dollars for the car on ebay.
We have just bidden another $200 dollars for it.
bound / bound
The doctor bound the boy's bleeding hand with a clean dressing.
Because of the earthquake, the doctor has bound many wounds this morning.
bit / bitten
The puppy bit the little girl but did not hurt her.
She screamed so loudly that the puppy has not bitten her again.
bled / bled
The cut on my hand bled for 10 minutes!
I have never bled so much in my life!
blew / blown
The tornado blew their house away.
Tornados have blown their house away twice in the last two years.
broke / broken
I broke the dish while washing it.
I have broken three dishes this morning!
brought / brought
The children brought the hungry kitten into the house last night.
They have brought another kitten home this morning!
built or builded / built or builded
My father built our home himself.
He has built many homes.
burst / burst
The balloon burst when the little boy touched it.
He has just burst all the other balloons!