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Irregular verbs in English, beginning with the letter s. Learn the verbs in their past simple form in column one. See the verbs used in context in column two.

said Last week, the teacher said we could have extra playtime. (say - said - said)
saw I saw the new Marvel film last week. (see - saw - seen)
sought Last month, the student sought feedback from her teachers. (seek - sought - sought)
sold We sold our house last year. (sell - sold - sold)
sent Yesterday, I sent back my new dress. (send - sent - sent)
set The teacher set the homework last week. (set - set - set)
sewed Yesterday, he sewed up the hole in his trousers. (sew - sewed - sewn)
shone Last week, the sun shone brightly. (shine - shone - shone)
shook Yesterday, I shook hands with the headteacher. (shake - shook - shaken)
shot They shot the film last year. (shoot - shot - shot)
showed The teacher showed the class the film yesterday. (show - showed - shown)
shrank I shrank my clothes the last time I did the washing. (shrink - shrank - shrunk)
shut We shut the windows during last night's rain. (shut - shut - shut)
sang They sang in the concert last Christmas. (sing - sang - sung)
sank Last week, a ship sank in the bad weather. (sink - sank - sunk)
sat We sat in the front row when we went to the theatre last year. (sit - sat - sat)
slept Last night, I slept extremely well. (sleep - slept - slept)
slid The last time it snowed, we slid down the hill on sleds. (slide - slid - slid)
smelt The flowers we picked yesterday smelt wonderful. (smell - smelt - smelt)

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said
saw
sought
sold
sent
set
sewed
shone
shook
shot
showed
shrank
shut
sang
sank
sat
slept
slid
smelt

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