Sometimes I have been asked as a professor if I can provide a list of verbs with the past and past participle form , well I was digging in my dropbox account and I was lucky to find it and I want to share it with you.
Regular verbs doesn’t seem to be a problem for students because they have to add only “ed” to the root of the verb The only problem with regular verbs is when it comes to pronunciation.
Irregular verbs present a different challenge , some students ask me how they can figure out what the past and the participle form of a verb are and I just say that they have to memorize them, there is no other way around.
to make that challenging task easier , I leave you with the document where the verbs are divided in regular , irregular besides it has columns for the past and the participle form and the meaning in Spanish , also don’t forget to scroll until you reach the end of the document where you will find the summary of all tenses in English . you can check verbix.com to get the same results with other verbs.