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Irregular verb are those that does not form their simple past tense or their past participle by adding -ed or -d to the base form.
An irregular verb is any verb whose conjugation follows a different pattern, or one of the different patterns, of the language to which it belongs.
Irregular verbs are verbs that don’t take on the regular –d, -ed, or -ied spelling patterns of the past simple (V2) or past participle (V3). Irregular verbs are also known as strong verbs. Here are nine that are used more often than the rest. These nine irregular verb examples also happen to be among the most commonly used words in the English language. They are:
Go • Get • Say • See • Think • Make • Take • Come • Know
"Auxiliary-cum-verbs" are :
These 11 auxiliaries are also used as verbs, therefore, they are called Auxiliary–cum–verbs.
These are used to form Tenses. ( Please refer Tense Table).
"Pure Auxiliary verbs" are :
These 20 auxiliaries only support normal verbs, therefore, they are called Pure Auxiliary Verbs. They are also called Models or Model Auxiliary Verbs.