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Study the word list: Irregular Verbs: Past Participle Form (s words - part 2)

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.

spoken We have already spoken to our friend. (speak - spoke - spoken)
spelt I have just spelt a word wrong in the test. (spell - spelt - spelt)
spent I have spent a lot of time outside so far this summer. (spend - spent - spent)
spilt I have never spilt juice on my clothes. (spill - spilt - spilt)
spoilt The rain has just spoilt our garden party. (spoil - spoilt - spoilt)
spread I have already spread marmalade on my bread. (spread - spread - spread)
sprung The teacher has already sprung a test on us once this year. (spring - sprang - sprung)
stuck He has only just stuck up the poster. (stick - stuck - stuck)
stood I have already stood in line for hours. (stand - stood - stood)
stolen Someone has just stolen our car. (steal - stole - stolen)
stung A bee has already stung me on my nose once this year. (sting - stung - stung)
stunk The cheese has never stunk like that before! (stink - stank - stunk)
struck Lightning has just struck the tree in our garden. (strike - struck - struck)
swept I have swept the kitchen floor after dinner for as long as I can remember. (sweep - swept - swept)
swum We have swum in the sea every day so far. (swim - swam - swum)
swung The monkeys have always swung through the trees. (swing - swung - swung)

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spoken
Say
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Write
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spoken
spelt
spent
spilt
spoilt
spread
sprung
stuck
stood
stolen
stung
stunk
struck
swept
swum
swung

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