with the most common
100 Irregular Verbs?"
Were you encouraged in grade school to only write in the present tense? Has this limited you to learning past tense verb forms, both regular and irregular? Do you hear people say, "He has growed" instead of, "He has grown," "He had catched it," instead of, "He had caught it," This omission of knowledge, begun in grade school, later leads to confusion with tense use and the correct verb form and so you will hear, "She should have went," instead of, "She should have gone," "He should have came," instead of, "He should have come," to name a couple.

More practice is the answer, and plenty of it! That's why the student of English needs first to test their past/present tense irregular verbs knowledge in this New Pre/Post test e-book. This will:

Quickly isolate problem verb usage

Test your knowledge or the student's knowledge of the 100 most common irregular verbs

Allow the student to pinpoint subject/verb agreement difficulty

Draw Awareness to the student of their skill level of common irregular verbs

Simplify the teacher's, parent's, or tutor's job of where the help is needed most.

80% correct will show mastery. Below 80% suggests that more practice is required to reach mastery. If that happens, then the answer lies here!

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Are you a student studying English who has struggled for years with when to use the past perfect tense and the present perfect tense of verbs?

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