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Interrogative and negative
Ok. You've memorized the lists of Irregular Verbs.
Hopefully, you can even remember which verbs are not irregular (hint, long verbs 2 syllables or more, are almost always regular; verbs that sound like Latin are almost always regular).
Now the real challenge begins.
You need to be able to use them quickly in speaking and writing, in their positive, negative and interrogative forms!
eat => ate ... didn't eat ... did you eat?
fight=>fought ... didn't fight ... did she fight?Use contracted forms when possible.
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