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Hello All!

How can I remember irregular verbs? Is there some sort of song or poem for help to remember irregular verbs?
Of course I can use common verbs such as "do have go" and others but I forget some verbs all time.

I know about group of verbs
1) like: put - put -put
2) like: get - got - got
3) like: come - came - came
4) ....

BUT I want to get a better method. It is possible?

PS. I'm from Russia if it's important.
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Hello, Avchent/Alexander, welcome to the Forums!
I'm afraid I don't know about any singing or reciting method to learn the irregular verbs either... I had to learn them all by heart. But maybe you could start one!
Many have a similar form in the simple past and the past participle (fought/fought - bought/bought - said/said and so on...) not to speak of set-set-set, put-put-put... You could begin with these...
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There must be something like that somewhere. Nevertheless, it seems that no one here knows of such a song or poem. It's time for you to make one up of your own, to the tune of "Moskovsky Vyechera"*, perhaps? Emotion: smile

CJ

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Your third should've been
3) come came come

I am not familiar with any method of studying them except for just memorizing
 pieanne's reply was promoted to an answer.
hi!!!
Again...there isn't any method except reading alot.....
once i had this teacher who devided the unregs to groups by logic and just gave us two weeks to memorize each group(for a quiz)..
since then i know them by heart...
if you have enough self-discipline you'll make it....

cheers!!
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