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LOS VERBOS REGULARES E IRREGULARES MAS IMPORTANTES EN EL IDIOMA INGLES
SE ENTIENDE POR VERBOS REGULARES, AQUELLOS VERBOS QUE PARA FORMAR SU PASADO Y TAMBIEN SU PARTICIPIO SOLO SE LE TENDRA QUE AGREGAR LA TERMINACION "ED" A SU TIEMPO PRESENTE
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PRESENTE | PASADO | PARTICIPIO | SIGNIFICA | PRONUNCIACION |
ABASE | ABASED | ABASED | HUMILLAR | <(abéis) |
ABASH | ABASHED | ABASHED |AVERGONZAR | <(abásh) |
ABANDON | ABANDONED | ABANDONED | ABANDONAR | <(abándon) |
ABIDE | ABODE/ABIDED | ABODE | SOPORTAR | <(abáid) |
ABBREVIATE | ABBREVIATED | ABBREVIATED | ABREVIAR | <(abrívieit) |
ABDICATE | ABDICATED | ABDICATED | ABDICAR | <(ábdikeit) |
ABOLISH | ABOLISHED | ABOLISHED | ABOLIR | <(abólish) |
ABRADE | ABRADED | ABRADED | RASPAR | <(abréid) |ABHOR | ABHORED | ABHORED | ABORRECER | <(abjór) |
ABOARD | ABOARDED | ABOARDED | ABORDAR | <(abórd) |
ABORT | ABORTED | ABORTED | ABORTAR | <(abórt) |
ABOMINATE | ABOMINATED | ABOMINATED | ABORRECER | <(abómineit) |
ABOUND | ABOUNDED | ABOUNDED | ABUNDAR | <(abáund) |
ABSOLVE | ABSOLVED | ABSOLVED | ABSOLVER | <(absólf) |
ABSORB | ABSORBED | ABSORBED | ABSORBER |<(absórf) |
ABSTAIN | ABSTAINED | ABTAINED | ABSTENERSE | <(abstéin) |
ABUSE | ABUSED | ABUSED | ABUSAR | <(abiús) |
ACCEPT | ACCEPTED | ACCEPTED | ACEPTAR | <(aksépt) |
ACCLAIM | ACCLAIMED | ACCLAIMED | ACLAMAR | <(akléim) |
ACCLIMATIZE | ACCLIMATIZED | ACCLIMATIZED | ACLIMATARSE | <(akláimatai) |
ACCOMPANY | ACCOMPANIED | ACCOMPANIED | ACOMPAÑAR | <(acómpani) |ACCUMULATE | ACCUMULATED | ACCUMULATED | ACUMULAR | <(akúmiuleit) |
ACCUSE | ACCUSED | ACCUSED | ACUSAR | <(akiús) |
ACQUAINT | ACQUAINTED | ACQUAINTED | FAMILIARISARSE | <(akuáint) |
ACT | AC ED | ACTED | ACTUAR | <(ákt) |
ACTIVATE | ACTIVATED | ACTIVATED | ACTIVAR | <(áctiveit) |
ADAPT | ADAPTED | ADAPTED | ADAPTAR | <(adápt) |
ADD | ADDED | ADDED | SUMAR,AÑADIR |<(ád) |
ADDRESS | ADDRESSED | ADDRESSED | DIRIGIR | <(adrés) |
ADJUDGE | ADJUDGED | ADJUDGE | JUZGAR | <(adyódg) |
ADJUST | ADJUSTED | ADJUSTED | AJUSTAR | <(adjóst) |
ADMINISTER | ADMINISTERED | ADMINISTERED | ADMINISTRAR | <(admínister) |
ADMIRE | ADMIRED | ADMIRED | ADMIRAR | <(admáior) |
ADMIT | ADMITTED | ADMITTED | ADMITIR | <(admít) |
ADOPT | ADOPTED | ADOPTED |ADOPTAR | <(adópt) |
ADORE | ADORED | ADORED | ADORAR | <(adór) |
ADORN | ADORNED | ADORNED | ADORNAR | <(adórn) |
ADULATE | ADULATED | ADULATED | ADULAR | <(ádiuleit) |
ADULTERATE | ADULTERATED | ADULTERATED | ADULTERAR | <(adjúlterei) |
ADVERTISE | ADVERTISED | ADVERTISED | ANUNCIAR | <(advertáis) |
ADVISE | ADVISED | ADVISED | ACONSEJAR | <(adváis) |
AFFECT |AFFECTED | AFFECTED | AFECTAR | <(aféct) |
AFFORD | AFFORDED | AFFORDED | COSTEAR | <(afórd) |
AGGRAVATE | AGGRAVATED | AGGRAVATED | AGRAVAR | <(agrévieit) |
AGREE | AGREED | AGREED | ACORDAR | <(agrí) |
AIM | AIMED | AIMED | APUNTAR | <(éim) |
ALARM | ALARMED | ALARMED | AlARMAR | <(alárm) |
ALLOW | ALLOWED | ALLOWED | PERMITIR | <(aláo) |
ALLOY | ALLOYED |ALLOYED | MEZCLAR | <(alói) |
ALLUDE | ALLUDED | ALLUDED | ALUDIR | <(alúd) |
ALTER | ALTERED | ALTERED | ALTERAR | <(áltor) |
ALTERCATE | ALTERCATED | ALTERCATED | ALTERCAR | <(álterkeit) |
ALTERNATE | ALTERNATED | ALTERNATED | ALTERNAR | <(álterneit) |
AMORTIZE | AMORTIZED | AMORTIZED | AMORTIZAR | <(amortáiz) |
AMPUTATE | AMPUTATED | AMPUTATED | AMPUTAR |<(ámpiuteit) |
AMUSE | AMUSED | AMUSED | ENTRETENER | <(amiús) |
ANALYSE | ANALYSED | ANALYSED | ANALIZAR | <(ánalaiz) |
ANIMATE | ANIMATED | ANIMATED | ANIMAR | <(ánimeit) |
ANNOUNCE | ANNOUNCED | ANNOUNCED | ANUNCIAR | <(anáuns) |
ANNOY | ANNOYED | ANNOYED | FASTIDIAR | <(anói) |
ANSWER | ANSWERED | ANSWERED | CONSTESTAR | <(ánser) |
ANTECEDE | ANTECEDED | ANTECEDED |...
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