Spilt or Spilled – what is correct and how to use it

In our database, you can find the irregular verb ‘spill’ and we also prepared this simple image and PDF: This verb has both an irregular and regular form. You can use both and both are correct. Speakers in North America and Canada use spilled while the rest of the English-speaking world seems to prefer spilt. Spilt and Spilled are also adjectives. A very… Continue reading Spilt or Spilled – what is correct and how to use it

Learnt or Learned – what is correct and how to use it

In our database, you can find the irregular verb ‘learn’ and we also prepared this simple image and PDF: This verb has both an irregular and regular form. You can use both and both are correct. Speakers in North America and Canada use learned while the rest of the English-speaking world seems to prefer learnt. Learned… Continue reading Learnt or Learned – what is correct and how to use it

TOP 50 Regular verbs

Here is the list of Top 50 Regular verbs. Each row contains infinitive first, followed by the simple past (V2) form and the past participle (V3) form. For more detail just click on the verb in the infinite form. Regular verbs have the same simple past (V2) and past participle (V3) form, unlike irregular verbs. List… Continue reading TOP 50 Regular verbs

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Unregular verbs and Irregular verbs

Sometimes people use term ‘Unregular’ verbs although the term ‘Irregular’ verbs is correct. But the term “unregular” exists and means “not regular”. See Wiki or Lexico. Opposite for the term “Irregular verb” is “Regular verb”. A regular verb is any verb whose conjugation follows the typical pattern, or one of the typical patterns, of the language to which it belongs. A… Continue reading Unregular verbs and Irregular verbs