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"Редкие" неправильные глаголы

Следующие глаголы мы условно назовем «редкими». Они используются реже, чем другие неправильные глаголы, хотя многие тесты любят их использовать, чтобы проверить глубину знания обучающегося.

Для тренировки, вы можете скачать pdf документ с этой же таблицей, но только с русским переводом этих слов и самостоятельно вписать английские слова, а потом проверить себя по таблице с переводом.

irregular_verbs_assotiative

 

VERB

PAST SIMPLE

PAST PARTICIPLE

ПЕРЕВОД

abide [əbʌid]

abode [əbəud]

abode [əbəud]

выносить, терпеть

He cannot abide her. tolerate, bear

behold [bˈhəʊld]

beheld [bɪˈhɛld]

beheld [bɪˈhɛld]

видеть, узрите!

The new bridge is an incredible sight to behold.look at, see

bereave [bɪˈriːv]

bereaved [bɪˈrɛft]

bereft [bɪˈrɛft]

лишать, отнимать

She was bereaved of two daughters. deprive

beseech [bɪˈsiːtʃ]

besought [bɪˈsɔːt]

besought [bɪˈsɔːt]

просить, умолять

Literary they besought him to stay. implore, beg

beset [bɪˈsɛt]

beset [bɪˈsɛt]

beset [bɪˈsɛt]

окружать

They were beset by enemy forces. surround

bid [bɪd]

bid [bɪd]/ bade [beɪd]

bidden [bɪdn]

предложение цены (на аукционе)

A consortium of dealers bid a world record price for the painting. offer

breed [bri:d]

bred [brɛd]

bred [brɛd]

размножаться, плодиться

Asian elephants breed readily in captivity. reproduce

browbeat ['braubi:t]

browbeat ['braubi:t]

browbeaten ['braubi:tn]

запугивать, стращать

The interrogators browbeat a young witness into changing her story. bully

burst [bз:st]

burst [bз:st]

burst [bз:st]

лопаться, разрываться

The driver lost control when a tire burst. explode, break

bust [bʌst]

busted [bʌstɪd/ bust [bʌst]

busted [bʌstɪd/ bust [bʌst]

обанкротиться, разориться

The box has bust. break, crack

cleave [kli:v]

cleft [klɛft]

cleft [klɛft]

раскалывать

The axe his father used to cleave wood for the fire. split

cling [klɪŋ]

clung [klʌŋ]

clung [klʌŋ]

цепляться, крепко держаться

The climber had to cling onto the cliff. stick

disprove [dɪsˈpruːv]

disproved [dɪsˈpruːvd]

disproved [dɪsˈpruːvd] / disproven [dɪsˈpru:vən]

опровергать

New forensic evidence disproved the allegations. refute

dwell [dwel]

dwelt [dwɛlt]

dwelt [dwɛlt]

проживать, обитать

Groups of gypsies still dwell in these amazing caves. reside

fling [flɪŋ]

flung [flʌŋ]

flung [flʌŋ]

бросать, кидать

He flung the axe into the river. throw, toss

forgo,forego [fɔːˈɡəʊ]

forewent [fɔːˈwɛnt]

foregone [fɔːˈɡɒn]

отказываться, воздерживаться

No one else on the team was prepared to forgo his lunch hour. do without

forecast ['fɔ:ka:st]

forecast ['fɔ:ka:st]

forecast ['fɔ:ka:st]

прогнозировать

foresee [fɔːˈsiː]

foresaw [fɔːˈsɔː]

foreseen [fɔːˈsiːn]

предвидеть

foretell [fɔːˈtɛl]

foretold [fɔːˈtəʊld]

foretold [fɔːˈtəʊld]

предсказывать

forsake [fəˈseɪk]

forsook [fəˈsʊk]

forsaken [fəˈseɪkn]

оставлять, покидать

He forsook his wife. abandon

gild [gɪld]

gilt [gɪlt]

gilt [gɪlt]

золотить

heave [hi:v]

heaved [həʊv]/ hove [hi:vd]

heaved [həʊv] / hove [hi:vd]

тянуть, перемещать

She heaved the sofa back into its place. haul, pull, lug

hew [hju:]

hewed [hju:d]

hewn [hju:n]

рубить, срубать

Master carpenters would hew the logs with an axe. chop

interweave [ɪntəˈwiːv]

interwove [ɪntəˈwəʊv]

interwoven [ɪntəˈwəʊv(ə)n]

переплетать, вплетать

The two themes are inextricably interwoven in the book. intertwine

kneel [ni:l]

knelt [nelt]

knelt [nelt]

становиться на колени

knit [nɪt]

knit [nɪt]

knit [nɪt]

вязать, штопать

lean [li:n]

leant [lent]

leant [lent]

наклоняться

leap [li:p]

leapt [lɛpt]

leapt [lɛpt]

прыгать, скакать

mow [moʊ]

mowed [moʊd]

mown [moʊn]

косить, стричь

Someone had mown the grass. cut

plead [pli:d]

pleaded [pli:dɪd]/ pled [plɛd]

pleaded [pli:dɪd]/ led [plɛd]

умолять, просить

He had pleaded with her to stay. beg

quit [kwit]

quit [kwit]

quit [kwit]

бросать

The best advice to smokers is to quit. give up

relay [rɪˈleɪ]

relayed [rɪˈleɪd]

relayed [rɪˈleɪd]

передавать, транслировать

She intended to relay everything she had learned. pass on, hand on

rid [rɪd]

rid [rɪd]

rid [rɪd]

избавлять, освобождать

They had rid the building of all asbestos. clear

saw [sɔ:]

sawed [sɔ:d]

sawn [sɔ:n]

пилить

We shall have to saw the old tree down. cut

sew [sou]

sewed [soud]

sewn [soun]

шить

shear [ʃɪə]

sheared [ʃɪəd]

sheared [ʃɪəd] / shorn [ʃɔ:n]

стричь, срезать

Paul has never sheared a sheep before.

shed [ʃed]

shed [ʃed]

shed [ʃed]

проливать, терять

Too much blood has been shed. spill

shoe [ʃu:]

shod [ʃɒd]

shod [ʃɒd]

oбувать, подковывать

They are waiting to have their horses shod.

sling [slɪŋ]

slung [slʌŋ]    

slung [slʌŋ]

подвешивать, швырять

She noticed the binoculars slung round his neck. hang   She took off her jacket and slung it on the sofa. throw

slink [slɪŋk]

slunk [slʌŋk]

slunk [slʌŋk]

ускользать

She slunk past the open door of the living room. creep

slit [slɪt]

slit [slɪt]

slit [slɪt]

разрезать вдоль

Make three diagonal slits in each side of the trout and season generously. cut

smite [smʌɪt]

smote [sməʊt]

smitten [ˈsmɪtn]

поражать, сражать

He vowed that he would smite his enemy. 

sow [sou]

sowed [soud]

sown [soun]

сеять

speed [spi:d]

sped [spɛd]

sped [spɛd]

спешить, мчаться

spin [spɪn]

spun [spʌn]

spun [spʌn]

крутить, вертеть

spring [spriŋ]

sprang [spræŋ]

sprung [sprʌŋ]

скакать, прыгать

The cat sprang off her lap. leap, jump

stink [stɪŋk]

stank [stræŋk]

stunk [stʌŋk]

вонять

strew [struː]

strewed [struːd]

strewn [struːn]

посыпать

His room was strewn with books and papers. sckatter

string [strɪŋ]

strung [srtʌŋ]

strung [srtʌŋ]

нанизывать, вешать

strive [straɪv]

strove [stroʊv]

striven [ˈstrɪvən]

стараться, бороться

I shall strive to be virtuous. try   Scholars must strive against this bias. struggle, fight

thrust [θrʌst]

thrust [θrʌst]

thrust [θrʌst]

толкать, тыкать

She thrust her hands into her pockets. shove

tread [tred]

trod [trɒd]

trodden [trɒdn]

ступать, шагать

He trod purposefully down the hall. walk

undergo [ʌndəˈɡəʊ]

underwent [ʌndə'wɛnt]

undergone [ʌndə'ɡɒn]

испытывать, переносить

She had to undergo a ferocious and lengthy cross-examination. go through

undertake [ʌndəˈteɪk]

undertook [ʌndəˈtʊk]

undertaken [ʌndəˈteɪk(ə)n]

предпринимать, совершать

The team were asked to undertake a further project. tackle

weave [wi:v]

wove [woʊv]

woven [ˈwəʊvn]

ткать, плести

Grass and twigs were woven into their uniforms to break up their silhouettes. entwine

wed [wed]

wed [wɛd] / edded ['wɛdɪd]

wed [wɛd] / edded ['wɛdɪd]

жениться

They are old enough to wed. marry

weep [wi:p]

wept [wept]

wept [wept]

плакать

wet [wet]

wet [wet]

wet [wet]

мочить

win [win]

won [wʌn]

won [wʌn]

выигрывать

wind [waind]

wound [waund]

wound [waund]

извиваться

withdraw [wɪðˈdrɔː]

withdrew [wɪð'druː]

withdrawn [wɪð'drɔːn]

забирать, брать назад

Claudia withdrew her hand from his shoulder.

withhold [wɪðˈhəʊld]

withheld [wɪðˈhɛld]

withheld [wɪðˈhɛld]

удерживать, утаивать

He deliberately withheld the information. refuse to give

withstand [wɪðˈstand]

withstood [wɪðˈstʊd]

withstood [wɪðˈstʊd]

выдерживать, противостоять

The company was able to withstand the rigours of the recession. resist

wring [rɪŋ]

wrung [rʌŋ]

wrung [rʌŋ]

выжимать, скручивать

She showed me how to wring out the clothes. twist

 

 

 

Таблица 240 неправильных глаголов английского языка с транскрипцией и примерами

 

240 неправильных глаголов английского языка

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240 неправильных глаголов английского языка

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240 неправильных глаголов английского языка

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240 неправильных глаголов английского языка

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240 неправильных глаголов английского языка

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240 неправильных глаголов английского языка

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240 неправильных глаголов английского языка

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240 неправильных глаголов английского языка

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240 неправильных глаголов английского языка

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В следующей таблице приведены 240 неправильных глаголов английского языка. irregular_verbs_in_alphabet_order

 

VERB

PAST SIMPLE

PAST PARTICIPLE

ПЕРЕВОД

abide [əbʌid]

abode [əbəud]

abode [əbəud]

выносить, терпеть

He cannot abide her - он её не выносит

arise [ə'raiz]

arose [ə'rəuz]

arisen [ə'riz(ə)n]

возникать, происходить

If any problems arise, go to the Citizens' Advice Bureau

awake [ə'weik]

awoke [ə'wəuk]

awoken [ə'wəukən]

будить, проснуться

be [bi:]

was [wɔz], were [wз:]

been [bi:n]

быть

bear [bɛə]

bore [bɔ:]

borne [bɔ:n]

нести, выносить

Bill arrived, bearing a large picnic hamper. carry    I can't bear being dependent on other people. tolerate

beat [bi:t]

beat [bi:t]

beaten ['bi:tn]

бить

become [bi:kʌm]

became [bi:keim]

become [bi:kʌm]

становиться

begin [bi'gin]

began [bi'gæn]

begun [bi'gʌn]

начинать

behold [bˈhəʊld]

beheld [bɪˈhɛld]

beheld [bɪˈhɛld]

видеть, узрите!

The new bridge is an incredible sight to behold.look at, see

bend [bɛnd]

bent [bɛnt]

bent [bɛnt]

сгибать

bereave [bɪˈriːv]

bereaved [bɪˈrɛft]

bereft [bɪˈrɛft]

лишать, отнимать

She was bereaved of two daughters. deprive

beseech [bɪˈsiːtʃ]

besought [bɪˈsɔːt]

besought [bɪˈsɔːt]

просить, умолять

Literary they besought him to stay. implore, beg

beset [bɪˈsɛt]

beset [bɪˈsɛt]

beset [bɪˈsɛt]

окружать

They were beset by enemy forces. surround

bet [bet]

bet [bet]

bet [bet]

поспорить

bid [bɪd]

bid [bɪd]/ bade [beɪd]

bidden [bɪdn]

предложение цены (на аукционе)

A consortium of dealers bid a world record price for the painting. offer

bind [baɪnd]

bound [baʊnd]

bound [baʊnd]

связывать

bite [bʌɪt]

bit [bɪt]

bitten [bɪtn]

кусать, клевать

bleed [bli:d]

bled [bled]

bled [bled]

кровоточить

blow [blou]

blew [blu:]

blown [bloun]

дуть

break [breik]

broke [brouk]

broken ['brouk(e)n]

ломать

breed [bri:d]

bred [brɛd]

bred [brɛd]

размножаться, плодиться

Asian elephants breed readily in captivity. reproduce

bring [briŋ]

brought [brɔ:t]

brought [brɔ:t]

приносить

browbeat ['braubi:t]

browbeat ['braubi:t]

browbeaten ['braubi:tn]

запугивать, стращать

The interrogators browbeat a young witness into changing her story. bully

build [bild]

built [bilt]

built [bilt]

строить

burn [bз:n]

burnt [bз:nt]

burnt [bз:nt]

гореть

burst [bз:st]

burst [bз:st]

burst [bз:st]

лопаться, разрываться

The driver lost control when a tire burst. explode, break

bust [bʌst]

busted [bʌstɪd/ bust [bʌst]

busted [bʌstɪd/ bust [bʌst]

обанкротиться, разориться

The box has bust. break, crack

buy [bai]

bought [bɔ:t]

bought [bɔ:t]

покупать

cast [kɑ:st]

cast [kɑ:st]

cast [kɑ:st]

бросать, кидать

catch [kætʃ]

caught [kɔ:t]

caught [kɔ:t]

ловить, хватать, успеть

choose [tʃu:z]

chose [ʃəuz]

chosen [tʃəuz(ə)n]

выбирать

cleave [kli:v]

cleft [klɛft]

cleft [klɛft]

раскалывать

The axe his father used to cleave wood for the fire. split

cling [klɪŋ]

clung [klʌŋ]

clung [klʌŋ]

цепляться, крепко держаться

The climber had to cling onto the cliff. stick

clothe [kloʊð]

clothed [kloʊðd] / clad [klæd]

clothed [kloʊðd] / clad [klæd]

одевать

I like to clothe the children in pure cotton. dress

come [kʌm]

came [keim]

come [kʌm]

приходить

cost [kɔst]

cost [kɔst]

cost [kɔst]

стоить

creep [kri:p]

crept [krept]

crept [krept]

ползать

He saw her creep under the bench crawl

cut [kʌt]

cut [kʌt]

cut [kʌt]

резать

deal [di:l]

dealt [dɛlt]

dealt [dɛlt]

иметь дело

dig [dɪg]

dug [dʌg]

dug [dʌg]

копать

disprove [dɪsˈpruːv]

disproved [dɪsˈpruːvd]

disproved [dɪsˈpruːvd] / disproven [dɪsˈpru:vən]

опровергать

New forensic evidence disproved the allegations. refute

dive [daɪv]

dove [doʊv / dived [daɪvd]

dived [daɪvd]

нырять, погружаться

do [du:]

did [did]

done [dʌn]

делать

draw [drɔ:]

drew [dru:]

drawn [drɔ:n]

рисовать, тащить

dream [dri:m]

dreamt [dremt]

dreamt [dremt]

мечтать, дремать

drink [driŋk]

drank [dræŋk]

drunk [drʌŋk]

пить

drive [draiv]

drove [drouv]

driven ['drivn]

водить

dwell [dwel]

dwelt [dwɛlt]

dwelt [dwɛlt]

проживать, обитать

Groups of gypsies still dwell in these amazing caves. reside

eat [i:t]

ate [eit]

eaten ['i:tn]

есть

fall [fɔ:l]

fell [fel]

fallen ['fɔ:lən]

падать

feed [fi:d]

fed [fed]

fed [fed]

кормить

feel [fi:l]

felt [felt]

felt [felt]

чувствовать

fight [fait]

fought [fɔ:t]

fought [fɔ:t]

бороться

find [faind]

found [faund]

found [faund]

находить

fit [fit]

fit [fit]

fit [fit]

подходить по размеру

flee [fli:]

fled [flɛd]

fled [flɛd]

убегать

She fled to her room and hid. run, run away

fling [flɪŋ]

flung [flʌŋ]

flung [flʌŋ]

бросать, кидать

He flung the axe into the river. throw, toss

fly [flai]

flew [flu:]

flown [floun]

летать

forbid [fəˈbɪd]

forbade [fəˈbeɪd]

forbidden [fəbɪdn]

запрещать

forgo,forego [fɔːˈɡəʊ]

forewent [fɔːˈwɛnt]

foregone [fɔːˈɡɒn]

отказываться, воздерживаться

No one else on the team was prepared to forgo his lunch hour. do without

forecast ['fɔ:ka:st]

forecast ['fɔ:ka:st]

forecast ['fɔ:ka:st]

прогнозировать

foresee [fɔːˈsiː]

foresaw [fɔːˈsɔː]

foreseen [fɔːˈsiːn]

предвидеть

foretell [fɔːˈtɛl]

foretold [fɔːˈtəʊld]

foretold [fɔːˈtəʊld]

предсказывать

forget [fə'get]

forgot [fə'gɔt]

forgotten [fə'gɔt(ə)n]

забывать

forgive [fo'giv]

forgave [fo'geiv]

forgiven [fo'givn]

прощать

forsake [fəˈseɪk]

forsook [fəˈsʊk]

forsaken [fəˈseɪkn]

оставлять, покидать

He forsook his wife. abandon

freeze [fri:z]

froze [frouz]

frozen ['frouzn]

замерзать

get [get]

got [gɔt]

got [gɔt]

получать

gild [gɪld]

gilt [gɪlt]

gilt [gɪlt]

золотить

give [giv]

gave [geiv]

given [givn]

давать

go [gou]

went [went]

gone [gɔn]

идти

grind [graɪnd]

ground [graʊnd]

ground [graʊnd]

молоть, перемалывать

He ground the praline into a fine powder. crush

grow [grou]

grew [gru:]

grown [groun]

расти

hang [hæŋ]

hung [hʌŋ]

hung [hʌŋ]

вешать

have [hæv]

had [hæd]

had [hæd]

иметь

hear [hiə]

heard [hз:d]

heard [hз:d]

слышать

hide [haid]

hid [hid]

hidden ['hidn]

прятать

heave [hi:v]

heaved [həʊv]/ hove [hi:vd]

heaved [həʊv] / hove [hi:vd]

тянуть, перемещать

She heaved the sofa back into its place. haul, pull, lug

hew [hju:]

hewed [hju:d]

hewn [hju:n]

рубить, срубать

Master carpenters would hew the logs with an axe. chop

hit [hit]

hit [hit]

hit [hit]

ударять

hide [haɪd]

hid [hɪd]

hidden [hɪdn]

скрывать, прятать

hold [hould]

held [held]

held [held]

держать

hurt [hз:t]

hurt [hз:t]

hurt [hз:t]

травмировать, болеть

input [ˈɪnpʊt]

input [ˈɪnpʊt]

input [ˈɪnpʊt]

ввести, вводить

interweave [ɪntəˈwiːv]

interwove [ɪntəˈwəʊv]

interwoven [ɪntəˈwəʊv(ə)n]

переплетать, вплетать

The two themes are inextricably interwoven in the book. intertwine

keep [ki:p]

kept [kept]

kept [kept]

содержать

kneel [ni:l]

knelt [nelt]

knelt [nelt]

становиться на колени

knit [nɪt]

knit [nɪt]

knit [nɪt]

вязать, штопать

know [nou]

knew [nju:]

known [noun]

знать

lay [lei]

laid [leid]

laid [leid]

класть

lead [li:d]

led [led]

led [led]

вести

lean [li:n]

leant [lent]

leant [lent]

наклоняться

leap [li:p]

leapt [lɛpt]

leapt [lɛpt]

прыгать, скакать

learn [lз:n]

learnt [lз:nt]

learnt [lз:nt]

учить

leave [li:v]

left [left]

left [left]

оставлять

lend [lend]

lent [lent]

lent [lent]

занимать

let [let]

let [let]

let [let]

позволять

lie [lai]

lay [lei]

lain [lein]

лежать

light [lait]

lit [lit]

lit [lit]

освещать

lose [lu:z]

lost [lɔst]

lost [lɔst]

терять

make [meik]

made [meid]

made [meid]

производить

mean [mi:n]

meant [ment]

meant [ment]

значить

meet [mi:t]

met [met]

met [met]

встречать

mistake [mis'teik]

mistook [mis'tuk]

mistaken [mis'teik(e)n]

ошибаться

mow [moʊ]

mowed [moʊd]

mown [moʊn]

косить, стричь

Someone had mown the grass. cut

overcome [əʊvəˈkʌm]

overcame [əʊvəˈkeɪm]

overcome [əʊvəˈkʌm]

преодолеть, побороть

pay [pei]

paid [peid]

paid [peid]

платить

plead [pli:d]

pleaded [pli:dɪd]/ pled [plɛd]

pleaded [pli:dɪd]/ led [plɛd]

умолять, просить

He had pleaded with her to stay. beg

prove [pru:v]

proved [pru:vd]

proven [pru:vn]

доказывать

put [put]

put [put]

put [put]

положить

quit [kwit]

quit [kwit]

quit [kwit]

бросать

The best advice to smokers is to quit. give up

read [ri:d]

read [red]

read [red]

читать

relay [rɪˈleɪ]

relayed [rɪˈleɪd]

relayed [rɪˈleɪd]

передавать, транслировать

She intended to relay everything she had learned. pass on, hand on

rid [rɪd]

rid [rɪd]

rid [rɪd]

избавлять, освобождать

They had rid the building of all asbestos. clear

ride [raid]

rode [roud]

ridden ['ridn]

ездить верхом

ring [riŋ]

rang [ræŋ]

rung [rʌŋ]

звенеть

rise [raiz]

rose [rouz]

risen ['rizn]

подниматься

run [rʌŋ]

ran [ræŋ]

run [rʌŋ]

бежать

saw [sɔ:]

sawed [sɔ:d]

sawn [sɔ:n]

пилить

We shall have to saw the old tree down. cut

say [sei]

said [sed]

said [sed]

говорить

see [si:]

saw [sɔ:]

seen [si:n]

видеть

seek [si:k]

sought [sɔ:t]

sought [sɔ:t]

искать

sell [sel]

sold [sould]

sold [sould]

продавать

send [send]

sent [sent]

sent [sent]

посылать

set [set]

set [set]

set [set]

ставить

sew [sou]

sewed [soud]

sewn [soun]

шить

shake [ʃeik]

shook [ʃuk]

shaken ['ʃeik(ə)n]

встряхивать

shave [ʃeɪv]

shaved [ʃeɪvd]

shaved [ʃeɪvd] / shaven [ʃeɪvən]

брить, бриться

shear [ʃɪə]

sheared [ʃɪəd]

sheared [ʃɪəd] / shorn [ʃɔ:n]

стричь, срезать

Paul has never sheared a sheep before.

shed [ʃed]

shed [ʃed]

shed [ʃed]

проливать, терять

Too much blood has been shed. spill

shine [ʃaɪn]

shone [ʃoʊn]

shone [ʃoʊn]

светить, сиять

shit [ʃit]

shit [ʃit]

shit [ʃit]

гадить

shoe [ʃu:]

shod [ʃɒd]

shod [ʃɒd]

oбувать, подковывать

They are waiting to have their horses shod.

shoot [ʃu:t]

shot [ʃɒt]

shot [ʃɒt]

стрелять, фотографировать

show [ʃəu]

showed [ʃəud]

shown [ʃəun]

показывать

shrink [ʃriŋk]

shrank [ʃræŋk]

shrunk [ʃrʌŋk]

сжиматься

shut [ʃʌt]

shut [ʃʌt]

shut [ʃʌt]

закрывать

sing [siŋ]

sang [sæŋ]

sung [sʌŋ]

петь

sink [siŋk]

sank [sæŋk]

sunk [sʌŋk]

тонуть

sit [sit]

sat [sæt]

sat [sæt]

сидеть

slay [sleɪ]

slew [slu:]

slain [sleɪn]

убивать

sleep [sli:p]

slept [slept]

slept [slept]

спать

slide [slaid]

slid [slid]

slid [slid]

скользить

sling [slɪŋ]

slung [slʌŋ]    

slung [slʌŋ]

подвешивать, швырять

She noticed the binoculars slung round his neck. hang   She took off her jacket and slung it on the sofa. throw

slink [slɪŋk]

slunk [slʌŋk]

slunk [slʌŋk]

ускользать

She slunk past the open door of the living room. creep

slit [slɪt]

slit [slɪt]

slit [slɪt]

разрезать вдоль

Make three diagonal slits in each side of the trout and season generously. cut

smell [smel]

smelt [smɛlt]

smelt [smɛlt]

пахнуть, чувствовать

smite [smʌɪt]

smote [sməʊt]

smitten [ˈsmɪtn]

поражать, сражать

He vowed that he would smite his enemy. 

sow [sou]

sowed [soud]

sown [soun]

сеять

speak [spi:k]

spoke [spouk]

spoken ['spouk(e)n]

говорить

speed [spi:d]

sped [spɛd]

sped [spɛd]

спешить, мчаться

spell [spel]

spelt [spelt]

spelt [spelt]

произносить по буквам

spend [spend]

spent [spent]

spent [spent]

тратить

spill [spil]

spilt [spilt]

spilt [spilt]

проливать

spin [spɪn]

spun [spʌn]

spun [spʌn]

крутить, вертеть

spit [spɪt]

spat [spæt]

spat [spæt]

плевать

split [splɪt]

split [splɪt]

split [splɪt]

расщеплять, раскалывать

The ice cracked and split break. apart

spoil [spɔil]

spoilt [spɔilt]

spoilt [spɔilt]

портить

spread [spred]

spread [spred]

spread [spred]

расстилать

spring [spriŋ]

sprang [spræŋ]

sprung [sprʌŋ]

скакать, прыгать

The cat sprang off her lap. leap, jump

stand [stænd]

stood [stu:d]

stood [stu:d]

стоять

steal [sti:l]

stole [stoul]

stolen ['stəulən]

красть

stick [stik]

stuck [stʌk]

stuck [stʌk]

колоть

sting [stiŋ]

stung [stʌŋ]

stung [stʌŋ]

жалить

stink [stɪŋk]

stank [stræŋk]

stunk [stʌŋk]

вонять

strew [struː]

strewed [struːd]

strewn [struːn]

посыпать

stride [straɪd]

strode [stroʊd]    

stridden [strɪdn]

шагать

strike [straɪk]

struck [strʌk]

stricken [strɪkən]

бить, бастовать

The teacher actually struck and hurt Mary. hit

string [strɪŋ]

strung [srtʌŋ]

strung [srtʌŋ]

нанизывать, вешать

strive [straɪv]

strove [stroʊv]

striven [ˈstrɪvən]

стараться, бороться

I shall strive to be virtuous. try   Scholars must strive against this bias. struggle, fight

swear [swɛə]

swore [swɔ:]

sworn [swɔ:n]

клясться, присягать

sweep [swi:p]

swept [swept]

swept [swept]

мести, подметать

swell [swel]

swelled [sweld]

swollen ['swoul(e)n]

разбухать

swim [swim]

swam [swem]

swum [swʌm]

плавать

swing [swiŋ]

swung [swʌŋ]

swung [swʌŋ]

качать

take [teik]

took [tuk]

taken ['teik(ə)n]

брать, взять

teach [ti:tʃ]

taught [tɔ:t]

taught [tɔ:t]

учить

tear [tɛə]

tore [tɔ:]

torn [tɔ:n]

рвать

tell [tel]

told [tould]

told [tould]

рассказывать

think [θiŋk]

thought [θɔ:t]

thought [θɔ:t]

думать

throw [θrəu]

threw [θru:]

thrown [θrəun]

бросать

thrust [θrʌst]

thrust [θrʌst]

thrust [θrʌst]

толкать, тыкать

She thrust her hands into her pockets. shove

tread [tred]

trod [trɒd]

trodden [trɒdn]

ступать, шагать

He trod purposefully down the hall. walk

undergo [ʌndəˈɡəʊ]

underwent [ʌndə'wɛnt]

undergone [ʌndə'ɡɒn]

испытывать, переносить

She had to undergo a ferocious and lengthy cross-examination. go through

understand [ʌndə'stænd]

understood [ʌndə'stud]

understood [ʌndə'stud]

понимать

undertake [ʌndəˈteɪk]

undertook [ʌndəˈtʊk]

undertaken [ʌndəˈteɪk(ə)n]

предпринимать, совершать

The team were asked to undertake a further project. tackle

undo ['ʌn'du:]

undid ['ʌn'dɪd]

undone ['ʌn'dʌn]

уничтожать, отменять

upset [ʌp'set]

upset [ʌp'set]

upset [ʌp'set]

расстраивать, огорчать

wake [weik]

woke [wouk]

woken ['wouk(e)n]

просыпаться

wear [wɛə]

wore [wɔ:]

worn [wɔ:n]

носить

weave [wi:v]

wove [woʊv]

woven [ˈwəʊvn]

ткать, плести

Grass and twigs were woven into their uniforms to break up their silhouettes. entwine

wed [wed]

wed [wɛd] / edded ['wɛdɪd]

wed [wɛd] / edded ['wɛdɪd]

жениться

They are old enough to wed. marry

weep [wi:p]

wept [wept]

wept [wept]

плакать

wet [wet]

wet [wet]

wet [wet]

мочить

win [win]

won [wʌn]

won [wʌn]

выигрывать

wind [waind]

wound [waund]

wound [waund]

извиваться

withdraw [wɪðˈdrɔː]

withdrew [wɪð'druː]

withdrawn [wɪð'drɔːn]

забирать, брать назад

Claudia withdrew her hand from his shoulder.

withhold [wɪðˈhəʊld]

withheld [wɪðˈhɛld]

withheld [wɪðˈhɛld]

удерживать, утаивать

He deliberately withheld the information. refuse to give

withstand [wɪðˈstand]

withstood [wɪðˈstʊd]

withstood [wɪðˈstʊd]

выдерживать, противостоять

The company was able to withstand the rigours of the recession. resist

wring [rɪŋ]

wrung [rʌŋ]

wrung [rʌŋ]

выжимать, скручивать

She showed me how to wring out the clothes. twist

write [rait]

wrote [rout]

written ['ritn]

писать

 

 

 

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