Irregular verbs. L-S

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This interactive quiz allows students to choose an answer and be given feedback as to whether this is right or wrong. A great way to learn the different forms of irregular verbs. This presentation is concerned with a variety of verbs starting with L through to S. Enjoy, Dave

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  • Irregular verbs L-S Click on the correct answer.
  • He flicked the switch to _____ up the room. A B C D lit lights light lighting 1 Base form
  • She ____ up the room last night. A B C D lit lighted litted lights 2 Past simple
  • She had ___ up the room before she even spoke. A B C D lighted lighting litted lit 3 Past participle
  • Eliza _____ the candle with a match so it is not so dark. A B C D lit lights lighted light 4 3 rd person singular
  • The girls _____ the candles with their matches so it is not so dark. A B C D lit light lighted lights 5 3 rd person plural
  • The fire is ______ up the night. A B C D lighting lit lightening light 6 Present participle / Gerund
  • James likes to _____ history books. A B C D reading reads read red 7 Base form
  • Harry ____ the newspaper before he left for work this morning. A B C D reads read red readed 8 Past simple
  • James had ____ all the history books in the school library. A B C D red reads read readed 9 Past participle
  • Harry _____ the newspaper each morning before he goes to work. A B C D read reads reds readings 10 3 rd person singular
  • The men _____ their newspapers each morning before they go to work. A B C D reads read reds readings 11 3 rd person plural
  • Harry is ______ the newspaper. A B C D read reads red reading 12 Present participle / Gerund
  • I like to ____ my bike. A B C D rode road ride riding 13 Base form
  • Yesterday I _____ my bike home from school. A B C D ride road rided rode 14 Past simple
  • The woman had ______ the horse all day. A B C D ride rided ridden rode 15 Past participle
  • Sarah _____ her horse every Saturday. A B C D rides ridden rided ride 16 3 rd person singular
  • The girls _____ their horses every Saturday. A B C D ride ridden rided rides 17 3 rd person plural
  • Sarah is ______ around the paddock. A B C D ride riding ridden rides 18 Present participle / Gerund
  • Can you _____ me when you get home? A B C D ring rang ringed rings 19 Base form
  • The bell ____ at 3.15pm, and we ran home from school. A B C D rang ring ringed rings 20 Past simple
  • The phone had ______, but no one had answered it. A B C D ring ringed ringered rung 21 Past participle
  • Jane _____ her mother once a week. A B C D ring ringed rings ringer 22 3 rd person singular
  • The girls _____ their mothers once a week. A B C D ring rang ringed rings 23 3 rd person plural
  • The alarm is ______ loudly. A B C D ring ringing rung ringed 24 Present participle / Gerund
  • I like to watch the moon _____ sometimes. A B C D risen rise rised rose 25 Base form
  • The balloon _____ into the air and drifted away. A B C D rised rise rose rises 26 Past simple
  • The moon has _____ into the sky. A B C D risen rised rises rising 27 Past participle
  • The steam _____ to the air when the pie is taken out of the oven. A B C D rise rises rose rised 28 3 rd person singular
  • The balloons ____ into the air and drift away. A B C D rised rises rise rises 29 3 rd person plural
  • The moon is _____ into the night sky. A B C D rise risen rising rised 30 Present participle / Gerund
  • I try to ____ three times a week. A B C D ran runs run running 31 Base form
  • I ____ the cross country yesterday. A B C D run runned running ran 32 Past simple
  • She had ___ to school, all the way from home. A B C D ran run running runned 33 Past participle
  • She ____ extremely fast, and she is also a good jumper. A B C D runs run running ran 34 3 rd person singular
  • The girls ____ extremely fast, and they are also good jumpers. A B C D run runs running runned 35 3 rd person plural
  • The girl is ______ in the next race. A B C D run ran running runs 36 Present participle / Gerund
  • I like to relax in a chair and watch the sun ____ over the ocean. A B C D sets setted set sat 37 Base form
  • The sun ___ last night and it got cold very quickly. A B C D set setted sat setting 38 Past simple
  • The sun had ___ while we were talking on the beach. A B C D setted set sat sets 39 Past participle
  • The sun ____ each evening. A B C D set setted sets sat 40 3 rd person singular
  • The workmen ____ their tools down when they have finished. A B C D sets setted set sat 41 3 rd person plural
  • The sun is _____ over the ocean. A B C D set sat sets setting 42 Present participle / Gerund
  • The men like to ______. A B C D sings sang singing sing 43 Base form
  • They _____ my favourite song. A B C D singing sang singed sings 44 Past simple
  • The had ____ for hours, and the crowd loved it. A B C D singed sang sing sung 45 Past participle
  • Michael ____ better than anyone I know, and he also plays the drums. A B C D sings sang sing singing 46 3 rd person singular
  • The men ____ very well. A B C D sing sings singed singing 47 3 rd person plural
  • The men are _______ my favourite song. A B C D sing sings singing sang 48 Present participle / Gerund
  • The lady and the man _____ hands. Then they sit down at the table. A B C D shook shakes shake shaked 49 Base form
  • I ____ hands with my boss. A B C D shook shaked shakes shaking 50 Past simple
  • I had _____ her hand and wished her good luck. A B C D shook shake shaked shaken 51 Past participle
  • He ______ hands when he makes a deal. A B C D shook shakes shake shaken 52 3 rd person singular
  • They _____ hands and sit down. A B C D shook shake shakes shaken 53 3 rd person plural
  • The men are _______ hands. A B C D shaked shake shaking shakes 54 Present participle / Gerund
  • Dont _____ !, screamed the bank teller. A B C D shot shooted shots shoot 55 Base form
  • He ____ into the air. A B C D shot shoot shooting shooted 56 Past simple
  • Barry _____ hoops with his friends after school. A B C D shoot shooting shot shooted 57 Past participle
  • Barry _____ hoops every afternoon. A B C D shoot shoots shooting shooted 58 3 rd person singular
  • The boys _____ hoops every afternoon. A B C D shoots shoot shooting shooted 59 3 rd person plural
  • The boy is ______ hoops. A B C D shot shoots shooted shooting 60 Present participle / Gerund
  • ______ the door when you go. A B C D Shutting Shuts Shutted Shut 61 Base form
  • I _____ the door and walked home. A B C D shut shutted shutting shuts 62 Past simple
  • I had _____ the door and walked home. A B C D shutted shut shuts shutting 63 Past participle
  • Tom _____ the door, but then opens it again. A B C D shut shutted shuts shutting 64 3 rd person singular
  • The men _____ the doors. A B C D shuts shutted shut shutting 65 3 rd person plural
  • He is ______ the door. A B C D shut shuts shutted shutting 66 Present participle / Gerund
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