What type of verbs are sang, felt and went?

1 Answer
May 29, 2016

Answer:

These verbs are irregular, the forms shown are Past Simple.

Explanation:

The given forms are example of Past Simple forms of irregular verbs.

The regular verbs create their Past Simple and Past Participle forms by adding "-ed" suffix. Examples: play - played - played, cry - cried - cried, and others.

Irregular verbs do not form Past Simple or Past Participle using "-ed" suffix. They can have:

  • all 3 forms different: see - saw - seen; sing - sang - sung; go - went - gone etc.

  • Past Simple and Past Participle equal but different from infinitive: bring - brought - brought; stand - stood - stood; sit - sat - sat; etc.

  • all 3 forms the same: cost - cost - cost; hurt - hurt - hurt; cut - cut - cut etc.