Verbos irregulares

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Ulisses Wehby de Carvalho

Verbos irregulares em inglês

Não deixe de ler o texto “Irregular verbs: Como aprender os verbos irregulares” para conhecer alguns macetes para estudar os verbos irregulares da língua inglesa. Se tiver alguma dúvida sobre a pronúncia de qualquer palavra da lista abaixo, consulte o post “Como pronunciar as palavras em inglês?“.

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  • arise – arose – arisen [surgir; erguer-se]
  • awake – awoke – awoken [despertar]
  • be – was; were – been [ser; estar]
  • bear – bore – borne [suportar; dar a luz]
  • beat – beat – beaten [bater]
  • become – became – become [tornar-se]
  • begin – began – begun [começar]
  • behold – beheld – beheld [contemplar]
  • bend – bent – bent [curvar, entortar]
  • bet – bet – bet [apostar]
  • bid – bid – bid [oferecer, fazer uma oferta]
  • bind – bound – bound [unir; encadernar]
  • bite – bit – bitten [morder]
  • bleed – bled – bled [sangrar]
  • blow – blew – blown [soprar; explodir]
  • break – broke – broken [quebrar]
  • breed – bred – bred [procriar, reproduzir]
  • bring – brought – brought [trazer]
  • broadcast – broadcast – broadcast [irradiar, transmitir (via TV ou rádio)]
  • build – built – built [construir]
  • buy – bought – bought [comprar]
  • verbos irregularescast – cast – cast [arremessar, atirar]
  • catch – caught – caught [pegar, apanhar]
  • choose – chose – chosen [escolher]
  • come – came – come [vir]
  • cost – cost – cost [custar]
  • creep – crept – crept [rastejar]
  • cut – cut- cut [cortar]
  • deal – dealt – dealt [negociar, tratar]
  • dig – dug – dug [cavar]
  • do – did – done [fazer] Cf. Falsas gêmeas: DO x MAKE
  • draw – drew – drawn [desenhar]
  • drink – drank – drunk [beber]
  • drive – drove – driven [dirigir (veículo)]
  • eat – ate – eaten [comer]
  • fall – fell – fallen [cair]
  • feed – fed – fed [alimentar]
  • feel – felt – felt [sentir]
  • fight – fought – fought [lutar]
  • find – found – found [encontrar (Compare “FOUND x FOUNDED x FUNDED”)]
  • flee – fled – fled [fugir, escapar]
  • fly – flew – flown [voar; pilotar]
  • forbid – forbade – forbidden [proibir]
  • forget – forgot – forgotten [esquecer]
  • forgive – forgave – forgiven [perdoar]
  • freeze – froze – frozen [congelar]
  • get – got – got (BrE) / gotten (AmE) [obter]
  • give – gave – given [dar]
  • go – went – gone [ir]
  • grind – ground – ground [moer]
  • grow – grew – grown [crescer; cultivar]
  • have – had – had [ter]
  • hear – heard – heard [ouvir] Cf. Falsas Gêmeas: HEAR x LISTEN
  • hide – hid – hidden [esconder]
  • hit – hit – hit [bater, atingir]
  • hold – held – held [segurar; abraçar]
  • hurt – hurt – hurt [ferir, machucar; magoar]
  • keep – kept – kept [manter]
  • know – knew – known [saber; conhecer]
  • lay – laid – laid [pôr; botar ovos (Compare “LIE” com “LAY”)]
  • lead – led – led [liderar]
  • leave – left – left [deixar, partir]
  • lend – lent – lent [emprestar (Compare “LEND” com “BORROW”)]
  • let – let – let [deixar]
  • lie – lay – lain [deitar (Compare “LIE” com “LAY”)]
  • lose – lost – lost [perder] Cf. Falsas gêmeas: LOSE x MISS
  • make – made – made [fazer, fabricar] CfFalsas gêmeas: DO x MAKE
  • mean – meant – meant [significar]
  • meet – met – met [encontrar; conhecer]
  • overcome – overcame – overcome [superar]
  • overtake – overtook – overtaken [alcançar; conseguir]
  • pay – paid – paid [pagar]
  • put – put – put [pôr, colocar]
  • quit – quit – quit [desistir, abandonar]
  • read /riid/ – read /réd/ – read /réd/ [ler]
  • ride – rode – ridden [cavalgar; andar (de bicicleta); passear]
  • ring – rang – rung [tocar (campainha)]
  • rise – rose – risen [erguer-se (Compare “RISE” com “RAISE”)]
  • run – ran – run [correr; concorrer (em eleição)]
  • saw – sawed – sawn [serrar]
  • say – said – said [dizer]
  • see – saw – seen [ver]
  • seek – sought – sought [buscar; procurar]
  • sell – sold – sold [vender]
  • send – sent – sent [enviar]
  • set – set – set [pôr, colocar; ajustar]
  • shake – shook – shaken [tremer]
  • shed – shed – shed [derramar]
  • shine – shone – shone [brilhar, reluzir]
  • shoot – shot – shot [atirar; filmar]
  • show – showed – shown [mostar, exibir]
  • shrink – shrank – shrunk [encolher]
  • shut – shut – shut [fechar]
  • sing – sang – sung [cantar]
  • sink – sank – sunk [afundar]
  • sit – sat – sat [sentar]
  • slay – slew – slain [matar, assassinar]
  • sleep – slept – slept [dormir]
  • slide – slid – slid [deslizar, escorregar]
  • speak – spoke – spoken [falar]
  • spend – spent – spent [gastar]
  • spin – spun – spun [fazer girar]
  • spit – spit / spat – spit / spat [cuspir]
  • spread – spread – spread [espalhar; disseminar, difundir]
  • spring – sprang – sprung [saltar]
  • stand – stood – stood [ficar em pé; suportar]
  • steal – stole – stolen [furtar]
  • stick – stuck – stuck [fincar, enfiar]
  • sting – stung – stung [picar, ferroar]
  • stink – stank – stunk [feder]
  • strike – struck – struck [golpear; atacar]
  • strive – strove – striven [esforçar-se]
  • swear – swore – sworn [jurar]
  • sweep – swept – swept [varrer]
  • swim – swam – swum [nadar]
  • swing – swung – swung [balançar]
  • take – took – taken [tomar]
  • teach – taught – taught [ensinar; lecionar]
  • tear – tore – torn [rasgar]
  • tell – told – told [contar]
  • think – thought – thought [pensar]
  • throw – threw – thrown [jogar, atirar]
  • undergo – underwent – undergone [submeter-se a]
  • understand – understood – understood [entender]
  • uphold – upheld – upheld [sustentar; apoiar]
  • wear – wore – worn [vestir; usar (roupa)]
  • win – won – won [vencer]
  • wind /uaind/ – wound /uaund/ – wound /uaund/ [enrolar; dar corda] Cf. Homógrafas: WOUND (pt, pp of WIND) / WOUND (n.)
  • write – wrote – written [escrever]

Cf. Lista de Verbos Regulares?
Cf. Pronomes e verbos reflexivos
Cf. Verbos que não são usados nos tempos contínuos
Cf. Termos gramaticais em inglês e sua tradução

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Camila
Camila
7 anos atrás

Aqui tem todos os verbos irregulares?

ariane de carvalho ferreira
ariane de carvalho ferreira
9 anos atrás

para vcs que sabem nao precisam de estuda mais este site e demais eu sou pessima em ingles mas a cada dia tento melhorar esta site ajuda a refrescar um pouco da memoria eu aprendi varias palavras e vadorei drink:beber,buy:comprar….etc thanks very muth……bye

kayane
kayane
10 anos atrás

+CADE O VERBO

Adriano
Adriano
10 anos atrás

Ulisse, quanto tempo demorou para você falar e compreender inglês?
Você já morou no exterior?

pessoa fudida
pessoa fudida
11 anos atrás

noooossa eu tenho que copiar td to ferrado ahauhauah

felipeasakura (Felipe Asakura)

Tecla SAP – Gramática: Lista de Verbos Irregulares #inglês #english http://bit.ly/8zcvDL

Adriana menezes
Adriana menezes
11 anos atrás

So uma duvida,os verbos regulares e irregulares do tecla sap estao na ordem de
1-tempo presente
2-passado simples
3-passado participio
4-traduçao em portugues?

se nao estiver,vc tem dicas de outro site que tenha nessa oredem?

Obrigado!

Adriana Menezes(Dr!k@)
Adriana Menezes([email protected])
11 anos atrás

Super bacana vc interagir com agente Ulisses!!!tô adorando!!!!!!!!!!

oi, sou Bárbara
11 anos atrás

e get up? é regular ou irregular ?

Adriana menezes
Adriana menezes
11 anos atrás

essa semana vai começar minha primeira aula no curso de inglês, más estou com medo,deve ser ansiedade pois nunca fui bem em inglês na escola…dicas por favor!!!

Matheus
Matheus
11 anos atrás

Yeah, that’s right.
Nobody uses the formal language everyday, so, it’s kind of commom this kind of grammar mistake on the spoken language?
It’s good to know, because I’m the kind of person who always try to speak the correct language and, as far as I’m concerned, it is a good thing, but speaking the formal language 24 hours a day is kind of boring, isn’t it?
But, I wanna learn both kinds of language, the formal and the informal, because since I’m learning and I’m 14 years old, I wanna be secure in any kind of situation.

Thank you for the answers, you’re a great teacher and the blog is great, I learn a lot here!

Matheus
Matheus
11 anos atrás

Hello, Ulisses
I came back!
I got the ten seasons of “friends” for Christmas, and the first thing I checked was what I asked about LAY and LIE, and I found it!
It’s in the first episode of season 5, when Ross and Rachel are at the airport and Ross invites Rachel to go to Greece. He says:
“yeah, you can lay down on the beach, and I can cry over my failed mariage… See how I make jokes?”
And the translation was:
“você pode deitar na praia, e eu posso me lamentar sobre meu casamento arruinado… Viu como sei fazer piada?”
So, Ross said it by mistake? Because I know that it’s not everything they say on the show is gramatically right.

Thank you, once again, and, the blog is great!

Matheus
Matheus
11 anos atrás

Hello, Ulisses
I understood what you explained, and I checked, and there are two verbs LAY, one of them is the simple past of LIE, which means “deitar”, and the other one is an infinitive verb that means “botar ovos” ou “colocar em posição reta, horizontal”, and I saw the episode again and there is this hidden meaning you said, and I was pretty happy that I finally had my doubt cleared, but I saw another episode of Friends and the same thing happens: It’s “the one where Emma cries”, of the season 9, and it goes like this:
When Monica finally made Emma sleep, Rachel looks at her and says something like this “okay, listen, I’m gonna go lay down”
and monica says “what?”, and Rachel says “yeah, the book says that whenever she’s sleeping, I should be sleeping, so…” and she leaves.

In this case, the grammar was used wrong?
I’m waiting for your answer!

Thank you very much!
And, once again, and not sucking up, the blog is great!

tarcilio santos
tarcilio santos
11 anos atrás

carra me ajudou muito serio obrigador

Henrique
Henrique
11 anos atrás

Vejo muitas reclamações, isso ñ é culpa do site, e sim de quem ta usando ele, pois eu procurei e achei do jeito que queria, parabéns ao dono, e pessoal, vamos ter mais atenção, pois se ñ procurarmos ñ iremos encontrar!

Mais uma vez parabéns pelo ótimo site!

Poliana
Poliana
12 anos atrás

nossa!!! eu simplesmente adorei!!
Obrigada Ulisses!!!

Matheus
Matheus
12 anos atrás

Oh, yeah, this could be the problem! I’m gonna check and I’ll tell you!

Thank you once again!

And congratulations for all the tips!
I always come here to check!

Matheus
Matheus
12 anos atrás

Well, I wrote it wrong.
I was watching “Friends”, when I heard the sentence “I have to LAY down”, and the translation was TENHO QUE DEITAR.
I’ve already asked about it to a lot of people, and they say it’s not correct, ‘cause when someone wants to say TENHO QUE DEITAR, he must say “I have to lay down”…
I found it very weird.
Thanks, again

P.S.: The site is great and I learn a lot here!
congratulations

Matheus Cardenuto
Matheus Cardenuto
12 anos atrás

Hello!
I’ve already read the post about the difference between LAY and LIE, but I didn’t understand it quite well, ‘cause I saw a comedy on Warner Channel another day, and I heard the sentence “I have to lie down”, and the translation given on the subtitle was “tenho que DEITAR”…

Thank you very much!

Maria Aparecida
Maria Aparecida
12 anos atrás

Obrigada pela ajuda,
Com certeza vou acessar mais vezes, abraços.

Carolina Malaquias
12 anos atrás

Esta é uma das 3 páginas mais visitadas do Blog!! Promoção “As 3 páginas mais visitadas”!!!