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What is an irregulary verb. And give me an example

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A regular verb can have -ed added to the end like WALK becomes WALKED.
An IRREGULAR verb can't. Words like DRINK become DRANK or WRITE becomes WROTE. There's a bit more to this, but this is the simplest way I can answer.

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