Woodward English has created Flash Cards / Charts to help students learn 101 irregular past participles in English.
Irregular Past Participles Lists
There is a list of all 101 irregular past participles that appear in the large charts. The verb appears in its basic form (base form of the infinitive), its past participle form, and then it appears in an example sentence.
The 101 irregular past participles that appear in these charts are:
been, become, begun, bent, bet, bitten, bled, blown, broken, brought, built, bought, caught, chosen, come, cost, cut, dealt, dug, done, drawn, drunk, driven, eaten, fallen, fed, felt, fought, found, flown, forgotten, forgiven, frozen, got/gotten, given, gone, grown, hung, had, heard, hidden, hit, held, hurt, kept, known, led, left, lent, let, lit, lost, made, meant, met, paid, put, quit, read, ridden, rung, risen, run, said, seen, sold, sent, set, shaken, shone, shot, shut, sung, sunk, sat, slept, slid, spoken, sped, spent, spun, spread, stood, stolen, stuck, stung, struck, swept, swum, swung, taken, taught, torn, told, thought, thrown, understood, woken, worn, won, written.
✅ PRINTABLE (PDF) VERSION ✅
There are two versions of these flash cards:
🟢 LARGE Version – 1 past participle per page
There is one irregular past participle per page. Each past participle appears in its basic form (base form of the infinitive), its past participle form, and there is a simple example sentence using that past participle. There is also a cartoon next to each sentence to help with understanding of the meaning of it.
🟢 SMALL Version – 3 past participles per page
These are the same as the larger version though a smaller size with 3 irregular past participles on each page. They are surrounded by dotted lines for ease of cutting. Another alternative is to keep all of the verbs together as a mini book.
✅ BONUS MATERIAL ✅
🟢 We have included a summary with 3 pages containing all of the past participles and example sentences that appear in the main flash cards / charts. There are around 34 past participles with their examples per page.
🟢 We have also included a summary chart with a list of all 101 past participles next to their present simple tense form e.g. Catch – Caught. There are no example sentences in this chart but it is VERY useful as a quick reference guide.
CONTENT: The Printable PDF Version of this English resource contains 139 Pages and includes:
- List of Irregular Past Participle in both Present & Past Participle form with example sentence – (3 pages)
- Summary Chart with 101 Past Participles – (1 page)
- Irregular Past Participle Charts (three verbs on one page) – (34 pages)
- Large Irregular Past Participle Chart (one past participle per page) – (101 pages)
Common Core State Standards (CCSS)
This resource is appropriate for Common Core State Standards:
Form and use regular and irregular verbs.
Form and use the perfect (e.g., I had walked; I have walked; I will have walked) verb tenses.
I have created a video on YouTube about 101 Irregular Past Participles in English. You can watch this video to have a better idea of the content of these charts and you can even use it in the classroom if you wish.
Our video will give you an idea of the quality of this resource and the past participles and example sentences it contains:
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