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Verbs in English

 

Existen una variedad de verbos que debemos aprender para poder avanzar en nuestro aprendizaje del idioma Ingles, estos verbos van a estar divididos en 3 tiempos:


>Present: presente

>Past: pasado

>Past participle: Pasado participio


Es muy importante que aprendamos los 3 tiempos del verbo para que mientras avancemos con nuestro aprendizaje en gramática, podamos utilizar los para poder formas oraciones más complejas en diferentes estructuras gramaticales y contextos.


También es importante recalcar que en Ingles vamos a tener "verbos regulares" y "verbos irregulares". Los verbos regulares son aquellos que siguen un patrón en los 3 tiempos, como ejemplo podemos poner al verbo "walk", en pasado se le va aumentar una "ed" = >walked y el su pasado participio también se le aumenta una "ed" >walked


Y vamos a tener los verbos irregulares que en la mayoría de casos va a cambiar toda la palabra para hablar en presente, pasado y pasado participio. Como ejemplo podemos ver el verbo "go" que en pasado va a ser "went" y su pasado participio será "gone"


O podemos tener verbos irregulares que van a mantener su estructura en los 3 tiempos, como en el caso de "hit"


A continuación te brindamos una lista de verbos que van a estar mesclados entre regulares e irregulares para que puedas estudiarlos en sus 3 tiempos y paulatinamente incrementar tu vocabulario relacionado a verbos

>Posdata: Mientras más verbos conozcas en sus 3 tiempos, mucho mejor


>Go/went/gone   (ir)

>Present: go (goes)

I go to school fom monday to friday

>Past: went

She went to the supermarket yesterday

>Participle: gone

>We have gone there before


>Work/worked/worked  (trabajar)

>Present: work

I work at the supermarket

>Past: worked

They worked very hard yesterday

>Participle: worked

I've worked here since yesterday


>Have(has)/had/had  (tener)

>Present: have (has)

I have a nice house

>Past: had 

He had a nice house 2 years ago

>Participle: had

They've had a nice car 


>Play/played/played  (jugar)

>Present: play

I play video games on the weekends 

>Past: played

We played video games last night

>Participle: played

I've played that video game before


>Do(does)/did/done  (hacer)

>Present: do(does)

he does my homework from monday to friday

>Past: did

They did their homework yesterday

>Participle: done

>I've done my homework already


>Eat/ate/eaten  (comer)

>Present: eat

I eat a deliciuos hamburger every saturday night

>Past: ate

We ate a delicious hamburger last night

>Participle : eaten

>We've eaten in that restaurant before


>Need/needed/needed (necesitar)

>Present: need

I need a new job

>Past: needed

They needed money yesterday

>Participle: needed

We've needed that information before


>Take/took/taken (tomar)

>Present: take

I take a shower every other day

>Past: took

>She took the money on the table

>Participle: taken

>He has taken that medicine for a long time


>Walk/walked/walked (caminar)

>Present: walk

I walk to school every day

>Past: walked

I walked too much yesterday

>Participle: walked

She's walked a lot since yesterday


>Speak/spoke/spoken (hablar)

>Present: speak

I speak English very well

>Past: spoke

He spoke 2 languages

>Participle: spoken

>I've spoken germany, when i was in German


>Buy/bought/bought (comprar)

>Present: buy

I buy bread from the bakery every day

>Past: bought

She bought a new car 2 months ago

>Participle: bought

I've bought those products already


>Talk/talked/talked (Hablar, expresar ideas, conversar, comunicar)

>Present: Talk

He talks too much about the end of the world

>Past: Talked

They talked on the phone for over 2 hours

>Participle: Talked

I've talked to her many times


>See/saw/seen (ver)

>Present: see

I see a cute little cat on the table

>Past: saw

I saw a ghost in that house yesterday

>Participle: seen

I have seen them here many times


>Leave/left/left (dejar, partir)

>Present: leave

We leave this place right now

>Past: left

They left the hotel last night

>Participle: left

I've left that town years ago


>Try/tried/tried (Tratar)

>Present: Try

I try to do it every day

>Past: tried

We tried to open the door, but it's impossible

>Participle

He's tried to talk to her, but she hates him