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B11 Troublesome Verb

B11 Troublesome Verbs: Table

QuestionAnswer
Base form, I begin Past form I began, Past participle (have, had) I have begun
Base form, I shine Past form I shone, Past participle (have, had) I have shone
Base form, I lay Past form I laid, Past participle (have, had) I have laid
Base form, I lie Past form I lay , Past participle (have, had) I have lain
Base form, I set Past form I set , Past participle (have, had) I have set
Base form, I sit Past form I sat Past participle (have, had) I have sat
Base form, I leave Past form I left Past participle (have, had) I have left
Base form, I let Past form I let Past participle (have, had) I have let
Base form, I rise Past form I rose Past participle (have, had) I have risen
Base form, I raise Past form I raised Past participle (have, had) I have raised
Sit and set sit is to rest in a seated position, Set is to place
Lie and Lay Lie is to rest in a flat position, lay is to put or place
Let and leave let is to allow or permit, leave is to depart
rise and raise rise is to move upward, raise is to move something up.