catcheda cold” or, “I have
caughta cold”? From present simple to present perfect, how do you know which past participle to use? Wait a minute. Use a PAST participle with the present perfect? Yes! In fact, there are two types of irregular past participles, and in this lesson, I will teach you when to use them. Be sure to complete the quiz at the end to confirm your understanding.
Thanks Teacher Gill.
You teach me great lesson every time on Engvid.
You taught me history of British monarchy last week.
You have taught me really useful grammar lesson again.
Thanks so much Gill!!
It was a very useful lesson to refresh the importance of the irregular verbs in English.
By the way, I only knew one pronunciation of “ate”, which is the one pronounced as the number eight, but I didn´t know about the other one.
Thanks again and cheers from Spain ;)
Thnk u so much teacher Gill
You thought me very usefull lesson
Thanks Gill, this lesson was great, I got 10/10..it’s very easy..
In the question 10 the answer is “seeing” but in lesson was teach see/saw and seen! Please what’s correct?
Hi Ricardo! The correct answer to the test’s question #10 is “seen” not “seeing”. She taught correctly in the video.
I got 10 out of 10. It seems to me very interested , because tenses make me very confuse.
very interesting, very confused
I just overlooked brought and bought. Thank you. That was awesome!
I got 10/10.Great lesson and excellent exercise.
Thank you very much, Gill. You are a great teacher.
Thanks teacher Gill!we,in my house in Brazil, love your classes!
Some of these sentences sound me a little bit strange.
As I know, when we use time marker (today, yesterday, last, on in) we use simple past tense and not the present perfect time. This tense is used when the time is not exactly specified (just, ever, already, never, yet). Am I right?
Hi emo53 — thanks for your question. I’m not sure which one of those two tenses you mean in your final sentence, but with just, ever, etc we often use present perfect, eg ‘I have just cleaned the kitchen’, ‘Have you ever met a famous person?’, ‘I have already had lunch’, ‘He has never driven a car’ etc. I hope this helps to clarify :-)
10/10. Thanks a lot Gill, I love your lessons!
Hi teacher Gill, I like so much your lessons, you’re my favourite teacher. I have a question: I would like to know if the present perfect is a common tense in spoken language. Thank you and bye for now :-)
hi Violetta — thank you for your kind words :-) Yes, present perfect is used all the time in spoken English, so it’s a good one to practise! All the best with your studies.
Thanks a lot, teacher Gill.
Thanks for all explanations!!
Thank you, Gill! Great lesson!
It has been a good revision of the Irregular Verbs in general because there are some of them not so easier to remember and difficult to enunciate like brought, taught, bought and so on. The participles are sometimes the problem because how I know when to use learned or learnt and forgot or forgotten but we can learn a little more of Irregular Verbs in English with revision although there are more Irregular Verbs to learn. Thanks a lot, teacher Gill, a very entertained and amusing lesson about this topic of Irregular Verbs.
Thanks Gill! I like your lessons very much!
Hi Gill! I’d like to point out the difficulty I have with the correct pronunciation of “thought”, past of “think”, and “taught”, past of “teach”. They seem the same to me. :(
My doubt is the same !
It seems to be the same pronunciation, but they have a huge difference. “Thought is pronounced like the word “só”, but with the tong between your teeth, like “sóti”. The word “Taught” you say “tóti”. I wish I could help you.
Olá Adriano! Hi Adriano!
Yes, it sure helped me! Thanks! :)
Thank you very much for lesson.
10\10 thank you!
Thank teacher Gill. Your classes are clear
Bye for now :)
Hi Gill! Good to hear from you again.
I liked the way you organized your class presentation.
Excellent review of irregular verb forms.
Pronunciation is also a bit of a problem with these verb forms,but how you dealt with it -in the video-was just great, killing two birds with one single stone.
Phenomenal! Thanks for sharing your valuable teaching experience with us Gill. I really love your video-lessons lessons.
P.S. No computer, no e-mail, no social networkings; that’s still very common among many people. But that’s something we need to learn how to bear with it.
I have learned a lot from you! Thank you so much!
〝You got 10 correct out of 10.〞
Thank you teacher Gill.
Thank you so much
very good teacher *-*
Hi Gill. Yesterday I was thinking that to learn English with you was difficult, but today I think
that is very easy. May God bless you for all these lessons that you teach to us. Bye Domenico frome Latina Italy near Rome
I usually having problem with irregular verb, but not any more after watching this lesson
I have done all right, thank you Gill.
I’m very curious to check all lessons here,I’m new member and I think I will spend much time checking this website , I want to thank all people that participated in launching a site like this ang big thanks to Gill I came here cause of you I just watched some videos on YouTube and they were very useful to me
i have learn from you again :)
Gill, your lessons sounds very easy but very helpful to understand.I am always confuse about had+vpp, has/have +vpp, when to use it how to use it? can you please make a lesson for it?
I got 10 out of 10 without watching the video
8/10 i’m humble :D
Thank you… I got a 90%
Thank Gill!!! Your lesson is very important for students.
Tkanks Gill. I love your teach.
I’ve liked very much of your lessons teacher Gill, you speak slowly and clearly.Thank you!
Thank you very much for the lesson, it was great.
skilled teacher. thank you.
Thank you very much.
This lesson is very helpful.
You are a great teacher.
Thank you a lot.
That was very good lesson. I did it very happily…..
Thank You Ms Gill
Nice lesson, thanks a lot
even i loved your teaching that in my class exa i got full marks
thanks. That was very useful
10/10 ☺ Great lesson Gill. Thank you so much.
thank you very much I can say I have learned a lot today in class
HI! there.:) Did you meant to say, ” Thank you, so much for the lesson Gill.
Today, I finally can say that I have learned a lot from you”.
thanks Gill, its very useful
Hi Gill, its useful.Thanks.
Thank you teacher Gill.
Thanks Gill, 80/100
Thanks for the lesson.
thank you for the great lesson, teacher.
befor i didnt know well about this irregular past participles but now really iam happy for this lesson today thank you so much teacher
I got ten marks (;
Did you meant to say, ” I got 10 right, or correct! ”
thank teacher Jill for the great lesson.
Thank you, Gill! :)
thank you Gill
I’ve remembered irregular verbs. I’m in a good level. Allways is important to remember!!
thanks teacher! very good English lesson
I think it’s a very difficult subjet. But you are so wonderful teAcher, you make it so simple that I have scored 100 %. Thank you so much my dear Gill
Thanks Gill for your lesson. You are a great teacher and surenly you love teaching.Don’t you? I beg your pardon for the mistakes. My english is no yet strong.
Thanks a lot it was really really useful lesson almost three tenses in one present simple past simple and present perfect thanks again dear Gill
Hahahaha,so happy to get 10/10,YES!!!
It’s always interesting to do revisions…
Thanks a lot, Gill. I love your lessons.
Hi Gill, Thanks a lot for lesson.
Did you meant to say, ” Hi! Gill. Thanks, for the amazing lesson”.
Thank you …. it was very esy :) I mean …. quiz
Thank you very much teacher Gill
How helpful and useful explanation!
I will use it with my pupils.
Hi Gill thank you for your great lesson.
I want to sayfor example: I have had this book for many years?
Thank you Gill, great lesson
OMG (I got 10/10)
I have a lot to learn, you guys are the best >.<
thank you teacher.I learned a lot today
Thank you!!!! :)
I got 10 out of 10 :)
You got 10 correct out of 10.
really helpful lesson <3
I got 10 correct out of 10 :)
Thank you so much Gill, I felt like I was at school for 25 minutes :))
I understand you when you explained the lesson, that’s very very important for me. You are wonderful teacher :*
Thank you Gill
It was a very good review. Many thanks, Gill!
Thanks, for the wonderful lesson; therefore, you are one of the best teachers online. You are funny, kind, and explain things very clearly for us to learn from you. Keep up the fabulous work!
By the way, I got 10/10 correct!
I got 10/10. I am very happy to test my self with this Quiz.
9/10 I have made a mistake. Thank you dear Gill
Thank you Gill!
Thank you Gill.
great job teacher
Thx for your lesson Gill, it is the great lesson!
In this sentence: “Yesterday, my girlfriend drank beer and she got drunk!” I know drunk is a Past Participle so, in this sentence, I guess it is Adjective right, Gill? First time I thought drunk is only Past Participle but after I check on Oxford Dic Online I know “drunk” is Adjective too! LOL!
Thanks for the video
Thank you teacher for the video
Thanks, teacher Gill
question:- only in the present perfect tense past participle is used?
7/10 – disappointment
Thank you Jale for this great lesson. I have learned a lot today. So useful and beneficial. I am just wondering in which way we might use had; like had told you, like had called you or I had brought. Shall I use the word had for all past tenses or not?
Looking forward to hear from you soon.
Thank you very much, your the best teacher!
10/10 ten is the my first record. Thank you for teaching us.
Thanks a lot Mrs. Gill.
Thank you for this good revision.
I get 90. thanks teacher
I have got 10/10
thanks for clarity of concept.
thank you very much, very helpfull revision.
10/10 great result
Gill is my first and best lesson with Irregular Past Partuciles
It’s very nice to watch such lessons
Thank you very much for a great lesson
lovely woman :*
Thank you Gill.
10/10 You’re best one. I love your Youtube Channel, and love your accent. Thank you! Gill
7/10 it’s more complicated than I thought :s, the next time I will better! Thank you Gill :)
10/10!! I’m so happy because since a time ago I don’t practice my english and just took a look to your videos for remember my knowledge in this topic. Thank you so much!!!!! You are the best :D
Thanks a lot Ms. Gill!!
I got 10/10.
Hi Gil,thanks a lot for your lessons.You are my favourite teacher.I watch your lessons with great pleasure.
I got 100. Thanks ?
It’s my first 100, thank you Gill ?
Thank you madam. I got 9 out of 10.
10 on 10 You are really great Gill. Thank you!
10/10. Thanks teacher Gill. Your videos help me a lot to refresh my grammar.
I have forgotten many things.
but I never forgot to watch your videos last night.
Don’t forget watch another video .
Thanks Dear Gill. Another day, another great basic lesson. I have learnt better how to use the present perfect tense.
Thank you so much, this was very clarly lesson i understood. I got 10/10
I have enjoyed answering this quiz, thank you
I have enjoyed answering this quiz, thank you.
Thank you Teacher Gill. I got 100.
Why do the verbs that come from onomatopoeia have got a past tense? don’t they lose their essence?
Ring it’s the same sound in the present, the past and the future but in the past tense you say: it rang…why? it’s the same sound
Thanks a lot.Gill
It’s been a long time I didn’t practise the irregular verbs. Thanks very much !
Thabk you teacher I have got 80%