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What are the rules of regular and irregular verbs in English?

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Walk is a regular verb. walk. is the base or infinitive, w. alked. is the form for the past tense and past participle. I walked along the beach yesterday. (walked = past tense) I have walked there many times. (walked = past participle) English
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