Inglês Verbos Irregulares

Inglês verbos irregulares

Hoje vamos começar nossa séria com 10 verbos irregulares de inglês que irão lhe ajudar a melhorar os seus conhecimentos do idioma e também quem precisa fazer o TOEIC.

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1. alight – to come down from the air (pousar)

Bees alight on flowers. 
(present)

The bee alit on the flower. 
(past)

Bees have always alit on flower. 
(past participle) –

2. arise – to rise, to come from a source (Surgir)

The question arises from your late report.
(present)

The question arose from your late report.

(past)

A question has arisen from your late report.

(past participle)

3. awake – to stop sleeping or come active again (Acordar)

The baby awakes from his nap.

(present)

The baby awoke from his nap.

(past)

The baby has awoken from his nap.

(past participle)

4. be – to equal in meaning, to take place, to exist (Ser, Estar, Existir)

Love is kind.

(present)

The concert was last weekend.

(past)

Today has been a difficult day.

(past participle) 


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5. bear – to give birth, to sustain ( Dar a luz, Aguentar, Suportar)

Will Suzie bear her child at home or in the hospital?

(present)

Maria bore her child at home.

(past)

Laura has not born the pressure well at work.
(past participle)

6. beat – to hit or strike over and over again, to defeat  ( Bater, Derrotar)

Our neighbor beats his little dog.

(present)

You beat me in the race!

(past)

Has Palmeiras ever beaten Corinthians?

(past participle)

7. become – to develop into, to change to ( Tornar, Mudar para)

He becomes an angel when he speaks to a pretty girl.

(present)

Wow, Lana became a telenovela star in only a week!

(past)

He has become wiser in his old age.

(past participle)

8. begin – to start, to initiate (Começar, Iniciar)

Classes begin again next Monday.

(present)

Classes began last Monday.

(past)

Classes have begun already.

(past participle)

9. bend – to force to turn from a straight course or back to an original shape ( Dobrar, Curvar, Envergar)

A hammer can bend a steel rod.

(present)

Superman bent the gun into an l-shape.

(past)

Martha has bent the rules for Larissa to get a good grade.

(past participle)

10. bet – to stake an outcome on an issue or position  ( Apostar)

He bets on the same horse in each race.

(present)

Mauricio bet R$5 on the lottery.

(past)

You have just bet R$25 on that game.

(past participle)

11. bid – to offer to pay a certain amount a money (Dar lance )

Who bids the most money wins the contract.

(present)

Whoever bid the most money won the contract.

bid(past)

Whoever has bid the most money has won the contract.
 (past participle)

12. bind – to fasten or hold with a band (Amarrar, Obrigar, Vincular)

He binds his notebooks with string so he will not lose them.

(present)

The policeman bound the criminal with a rope.

(past)

The horses were bound by chains to keep them together.
 (past participle)

13. bite – to cut or hold with the teeth (Morder)

Does your big dog bite?

(present)

Her German shepherd bit the intruder.
(past)

Lana was bitten by a shark in the ocean!
(past participle)


14. bleed – to ooze out a liquid, like blood (Sangrar)

If you cut your finger, it bleeds.

(present)

He dropped a rock on his toe and it bled (past)

His toe has bled for the past three days.

(past participle)

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15. bless – to praise as holy , to offer a good quality (Abençoar, dar benção)

Priests bless their followers at mass.

The priets blessed her children at the church.

(past)

He has been blessed with French-speaking skills.

(past participle)

16. blow – to move with speed or force, to cause air to move (Soprar)

A cold wind blows from the north.
(present)

The strong wind blew the trash in the street.

(past)

A cold win has blown all day.
(past participle)


17. break – to separate into parts or pieces, to cause a bone to separate in two or more pieces (Quebrar)

Glass breaks when it hits the floor.

(present)

The glass broke when it hit the floor.

(past)

Laurico fell and broke his leg.
(past participle)

18. breed – to keep and take care of animals or plants or to create more animals or plants; to cause something (Criar, Cultivar)

Jealousy breeds hate.
(present)

They bred German Shepherds to make money. 
(past)

The violence has bred confusion.
(past participle)

19. bring – to come with something or someone to a place or location, to cause something to start or begin

 ( Trazer)

Please bring your own beer with you to the party. 
(present)

Her star performance brought cheers from the audience. 
(past)

He has brought red roses to his wife every Friday. 
(past participle)

20. build – to make something by putting together parts (Construir)

He builds houses for poor people.
 (present)
Laurence built a new house for his wife.
(past)

He has built nearly 100 houses in his life.
(past participle)

21. dwell – to live like a resident (residir)

Alligators dwell in lakes and ponds.
(present)

Cattle dwelt in the grassy hills in the valley.
(past)

Cattle have dwelt in the grassy hills in the valley.
(past participle)
22. to burst – to break open into pieces in a violent and sudden way, to open suddenly

22-burst- break open, apart (quebrar em pedaços, se espatifar, estourar)

The doors burst open with high winds. 
(present)

The police burst down the door of the house.

(past)

The pipes have burst with the icy weather.
(past participle)

23. sew – to fasten with stitches

 (costurar)

The nurse sews his wound carefully.

The nurse sewed his wound carefully.
The nurse has sewn his wound carefully.

24. buy – to get something by paying money, to be able to get something (comprar)

He buys a hamburger every day for lunch.
(present)

Maria bought a new tie for her boyfriend.

(past)

How many watches have you bought?
 (past participle)

25. cast – to throw or move something in a forceful or hasty way, to send something out or forward (lançar, arremessar, jogar)

Don’t cast your jacket onto the floor!
(present)
The boy cast his jacket onto the floor.
(past)

The boy has cast his jacket onto the floor.
(past participle)

26. catch – to use your hands to grasp something or to stop something from moving through the air (pegar)

Mauricio catches the ball well.
(present)
Mauricio caught the ball well.
(past)

Mauricio has caught three balls well.
(past participle)

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27. choose – to decide a particular thing is what you want (decidir)

You have to choose the best option. 
(past)

He chose the best option.
(past)

He has chosen the best option.
(past participle)

28. cling – to stay or hold together (Agarrar)

She still clings to her lost love.
(present)


She clung to her lost love for a year.
(past)

She has clung to her lost love for a year.
(past participle)

29. show – to cause something to be seen, to teach someone (mostrar)

The map shows us where the cinema is.
(present)
The teacher showed us how to do equations.
(past)
Our teacher has shown us how to do equations.
(past participle)

30. come – to move toward something, to journey near (vir)

He comes to Australia twice a year.
(present)



He came to Australia last year.
(past)

He has come to Australia twice this year.
(past participle)

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