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Study the word list: Irregular Verbs: Past Participle Form (k, l, and m words)

Irregular verbs in English, beginning with the letters k, l, and m. Learn the verbs in their past participle form in column one. See the verbs used in context in column two.

kept I have kept it a secret for weeks already. (keep - kept - kept)
known We have known about the test since last week. (know - knew - known)
laid I have just laid the table for supper. (lay - laid - laid)
led The teacher has already led the class through the maze. (lead - led - led)
learnt We have just learnt about fractions in Maths. (learn - learnt - learnt)
left We have already left the party. (leave - left - left)
lent The library has just lent me a new book. (lend - lent - lent)
let The teacher has already let the children have extra playtime. (let - let - let)
lain Although she has only just lain down, she is already falling asleep. (lie - lay - lain)
lit We have just lit the lamps. (light - lit - lit)
lost Have you ever lost a toy? (lose - lost - lost)
made We have already made sandwiches for lunch. (make - made - made)
meant I have never meant anything more seriously. (mean - meant - meant)
met We have just met our new teacher. (meet - met - met)

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kept
known
laid
led
learnt
left
lent
let
lain
lit
lost
made
meant
met

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