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

said The teacher has just said we could have extra playtime. (say - said - said)
seen I have just seen the new Marvel film. (see - saw - seen)
sought The student has already sought feedback from her teachers. (seek - sought - sought)
sold We have just sold our house. (sell - sold - sold)
sent I have just sent back my new dress. (send - sent - sent)
set The teacher has just set the homework. (set - set - set)
sewn He has already sewn up the hole in his trousers. (sew - sewed - sewn)
shaken I have never shaken hands with the headteacher. (shake - shook - shaken)
shone How many times has the sun shone so far this week? (shine - shone - shone)
shot They have already shot the film. (shoot - shot - shot)
shown The teacher has already shown the class the film. (show - showed - shown)
shrunk I have never shrunk my clothes in the washing before. (shrink - shrank - shrunk)
shut We have just shut the windows because it's raining. (shut - shut - shut)
sung We have sung in the concert every Christmas for years. (sing - sang - sung)
sunk A ship has already sunk in the bad weather. (sink - sank - sunk)
sat We have never sat in the front row at the theatre. (sit - sat - sat)
slept I have never slept so well in my life. (sleep - slept - slept)
slid We have slid down this hill every time it's snowed for as long as I can remember. (slide - slid - slid)
smelt Have you smelt the flowers we just picked? (smell - smelt - smelt)

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said
seen
sought
sold
sent
set
sewn
shaken
shone
shot
shown
shrunk
shut
sung
sunk
sat
slept
slid
smelt

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