Irregular Verbs Worksheets

What are Irregular Verbs?

In English, Irregular verbs, by definition, are those verbs that don't use the regular spellings of 2nd and 3rd forms of verbs e.g.; with suffixes like '-d', '-ed', or 'ied'. A large number of the irregular 2nd and 3rd forms of verb structures remain the same, for example, cut – cut, had – had, let – let, harmed – hurt, taken care of taking care of, sold-sold. Irregular verbs are otherwise called strong verbs. Here are nine that are utilized more regularly than the rest. These nine Irregular verbs likewise end up being among the most usually utilized words in the English language.

A Tense Match

Match each irregular verb with its past tense.

Past Tense Verbs

You will need to really read through these.

Change It Up

You will shift the timing of these words.

Find Meaning

Which of these words fit what we are going after?

All About The Columns

Sort the verbs into the correct columns. Write the past tense of each verb.

Crazy Verb Shifts

Complete the simple past and part participle for the irregular verbs.

What Is It?

Write an R if the verb is regular. Write an I if the verb is irregular. Then complete the simple past and part participle for each verb.

The Past Tense

Circle the correct past tense form of the verb to complete the sentence.

Where Is It?

Underline the verb and write its past tense on the line.


Choose the correct past tense verb to fill in the blank. Circle the best answer.

In Da Past

Write the past tense of each irregular verb.

Past Participles

You will need to make your own shifts.

Where Does That Go?

Match the word on the left with the correct past tense on the right.

My Silly Past

Rewrite the sentences below so that they are in past tense.

Mind Shift

It is all about changing the tense in this one.