100+ Three Verb forms – V1, V2, V3 Words List

One of the most crucial part of English grammar is the verb. A word that describes an action is termed as a verb. Like singing, playing eating, etc. Now they can take any form, depending on the type of sentence which decides their usage. There are mainly three verb forms –

V1 : The general form called as the base form of the verb.

EXAMPLE : play, sit, dance, etc.

V2 : This denoted the simple past tense (suffix -ed in general) of the given verb.

EXAMPLE : played, sat, danced, etc.

V3 : This give the past participle form of the verb. They vary accordingly because the verb maybe regular or irregular.

EXAMPLE : drawn, chosen, bought etc..


(Note : Sometimes all the three forms of the verb would be the same. Example : CUT)

3 Verb Forms 1st 2nd 3rd List

Consider the comprehensive list of more than 100 verb forms given below –

V1 (Base Form)V2 (Simple Past)(V3)Past Participle
AllowAllowedallowed
ActActedacted
AcceptAcceptedAccepted
AdviseAdvisedadvised
arisearoseArisen
awakeawokeawoken
BangBangedbanged
bewas/werebeen
BefallBefellbefallen
bearboreborn(e)
beatbeatbeaten
becomebecamebecome
beginbeganbegun
BereaveBereftbereft
bendbentbent
betbetbet
bindboundbound
bitebitbitten
bleedbledbled
blowblewblown
breakbrokebroken
breedbredbred
bringbroughtbrought
broadcastbroadcastbroadcast
buildbuiltbuilt
burnburnt/burnedburnt/burned
burstburstburst
buyboughtbought
BuzzBuzzedbuzzed
cancould… (been able)
CallCalledCalled
catchcaughtcaught
choosechosechosen
clingclungclung
comecamecome
ChokeChokedchoked
costcostcost
CastCastcast
creepcreptcrept
cutcutcut
ClingClungclung
DareDareddared
dealdealtdealt
DieDieddied
digdugdug
dodiddone
drawdrewdrawn
DwellDweltdwelt
DyeDyeddyed
dreamdreamt/dreameddreamt/dreamed
drinkdrankdrunk
drivedrovedriven
eatateeaten
EarnEarnedearned
EyeEyedeyed
ExistExistedexisted
EnvyEnviedenvied
fallfellfallen
feedfedfed
FanFannedfanned
feelfeltfelt
fightfoughtfought
FitFit / fittedFit / fitted
findfoundfound
FoundFoundedfounded
FleeFledfled
flyflewflown
FreeFreedfreed
FryFriedfried
forbidforbadeforbidden
forgetforgotforgotten
forgiveforgaveforgiven
freezefrozefrozen
GagGaggedgagged
GazeGazedgazed
getgotgot
givegavegiven
gowentgone
grindgroundground
growgrewgrown
hanghunghung
HatchHatchedhatched
havehadhad
hearheardheard
HewHewedhewn
hidehidhidden
HeaveHovehove
hithithit
HoaxHoaxedhoaxed
holdheldheld
hurthurthurt
ImplyImpliedimplied
InlayInlaidinlaid
JumpJumpedJumped
JoinJoinedjoined
keepkeptkept
kneelkneltknelt
knowknewknown
KnockKnockedknocked
laylaidlaid
leadledled
leanleant/leanedleant/leaned
LeapLeaptleapt
learnlearnt/learnedlearnt/learned
leaveleftleft
lentlentlent
lie (in bed)laylain
lie (to not tell the truth)liedlied
lightlit/lightedlit/lighted
LiveLivedlived
loselostlost
makemademade
maymight
meanmeantmeant
meetmetmet
mowmowedmown/mowed
musthad to
overtakeovertookovertaken
paypaidpaid
putputput
readreadread
rideroderidden
ringrangrung
riseroserisen
runranrun
sawsawedsawn/sawed
saysaidsaid
seesawseen
sellsoldsold
sendsentsent
setsetset
sewsewedsewn/sewed
shakeshookshaken
shallshould
shedshedshed
shineshoneshone
shootshotshot
showshowedshown
shrinkshrankshrunk
shutshutshut
singsangsung
sinksanksunk
sitsatsat
sleepsleptslept
slideslidslid
smellsmeltsmelt
sowsowedsown/sowed
speakspokespoken
spellspelt/spelledspelt/spelled
spendspentspent
spillspilt/spilledspilt/spilled
spitspatspat
spreadspreadspread
standstoodstood
stealstolestolen
stickstuckstuck
stingstungstung
stinkstankstunk
strikestruckstruck
swearsworesworn
sweepsweptswept
swellswelledswollen/swelled
swimswamswum
swingswungswung
taketooktaken
teachtaughttaught
teartoretorn
telltoldtold
thinkthoughtthought
throwthrewthrown
understandunderstoodunderstood
wakewokewoken
wearworeworn
weepweptwept
willwould
winwonwon
windwoundwound
writewrotewritten

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