Past participles ending in -nt, -pt, -ot, -it, -at, -rn, -ne, -un, and -on

Past participles ending in -nt, -pt, -ot, -it, -at, -rn, -ne, -un, and -on Present / Past / Past Participle Past participles ending in -nt lend lent lent mean meant meant spend spent spent send sent sent bend bent bent Past participles ending in -pt keep kept kept sleep slept slept sweep swept swept creep crept crept weep wept wept Past participles ending in -ot get got got shoot shot shot Past participles ending in…

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Past participles ending in -de, -ght, -lt, -st, -et, -ut, -ft

Past participles ending in -de, -ght, -lt, -st, -et, -ut, -ft present / past / future tense Past participles ending in -de make made made Past participles ending in -ght bring brought brought buy bought bought catch caught caught fight fought fought seek sought sought teach taught taught think thought thought Past participles ending in -lt build built built feel felt felt deal dealt dealt Past participles ending in -st lose lost lost burst burst…

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Past participles ending in -id, -nd, -ld, -rd, and -od

Past participles ending in -id, -nd, -ld, -rd, and -od present tense / past tense / past participle Past participles ending in -id bid bid bid pay paid paid lay laid laid say said said rid rid rid slide slid slid Past Participles ending in -nd find found found bind bound bound grind ground ground wind wound wound Past participles ending in -ld hold held held sell sold sold tell told told Past participles ending…

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Past Participles ending in -ad and -ed

Past Participles ending in -ad read read read have had had spread spread spread Past Participles ending in -ed dive dove dived drag dragged dragged drown drowned drowned flew fled fled flow flowed flowed hang hanged hanged lie lied lied raise raised raised dream dreamed dreamed bleed bled bled breed bred bred flee fled fled flow flowed flowed mislead misled misled speed sped sped lead led led feed fed fed

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Phonemes – [i] – /bee/

Phonemes – [i] – /bee/ bee Dee fee flea flee free glee he key Lee me knee pea sea tea beak freak geek leak meek peak seek sleek creek bead deed feed heed lead mead need read seed weed beef leaf big dig fig gig jig pig rig wig siege feel deal heal meal kneel peel seal teal beam meme seam team cream gleam bean clean keen lean mean seen teen beep deep heap keep…

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Phonemes – [eɪ] – /bay/

Phonemes – [eɪ] – /bay/ [eɪ] bay day fay hay Jay Kay lay May pay ray say way clay pray stray babe Gabe blade braid fade jade laid made paid raid strayed Wade beg keg leg Meg peg cage mage page rage sage wage bake cake fake Jake Drake lake make rake sake take wake bail brail Kale Dale fail frail Gail grail hail jail mail nail pale rail sail tail trail vail whale Yale…

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Past Participles ending in -en

Past Participles ending in -en be/am was/were been awake awoke awoken arise arose arisen beat beat beaten bite bit bitten break broke broken choose chose chosen drive drove driven eat ate eaten fall fell fallen shake shook shaken hide hid hidden speak spoke spoken steal stole stolen take took taken ride rode ridden rise rose risen give gave given strive strove striven forget forgot forgotten forgive forgave forgiven wake woke woken weave wove woven write…

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I’m a little teapot – Nursery Rhyme

I’m a little teapot – Nursery Rhyme

I’m a little teapot. Short and stout. Here is my handle. Here is my spout. When I get all steamed up. I just shout. Tip me over and pour me out. I am a very special pot. It is true. Here is an example of what I can do. I can turn my handle into a spout. Tip me over and pour me out. I’m a little teapot. Short and stout. Here is my handle….

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If you’re happy and you know it – Nursery Rhyme

If you’re happy and you know it – Nursery Rhyme

If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands. If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands. If you’re happy and you know it, and you really want to show it. If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands. If you’re happy and you know it, say ‘hooray’. If you’re happy and you know it, say ‘hooray’. If you’re happy and you know it, and you really want to show…

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Children’s Nursery Rhyme – Hush little baby

Children’s Nursery Rhyme – Hush little baby

Hush, little baby, don’t say a word. Papa’s gonna buy you a mockingbird And if that mockingbird won’t sing, Papa’s gonna buy you a diamond ring And if that diamond ring turns brass, Papa’s gonna buy you a looking glass And if that looking glass gets broke, Papa’s gonna buy you a billy goat And if that billy goat won’t pull, Papa’s gonna buy you a cart and bull And if that cart and bull…

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Children’s Nursery Rhyme – How much is that doggie in the window?

Children’s Nursery Rhyme – How much is that doggie in the window?

Children’s Nursery Rhyme – How much is that doggie in the window? How much is that doggie in the window? The one with the waggly tail. How much is that doggie in the window? I do hope that doggie’s for sale. I must take a trip to California. And leave my poor sweetheart alone. If he has a dog, he won’t be lonesome. And the doggie will have a good home. How much is that…

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Children’s Nursery Rhyme – Down by the Station

Children’s Nursery Rhyme – Down by the Station

Children’s Nursery Rhyme – Down by the Station Down by the station Early in the morning See the little pufferbellies All in a row See the station master Turn the little handle Chug chug puff puff Off they go Down by the station Early in the morning See the shiny train cars All in a row Waitin’ to get hitched up And go on their adventure Chug chug puff puff Off they go Down by…

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Children’s Nursery Rhyme – Diddle Diddle Dumpling

Children’s Nursery Rhyme – Diddle Diddle Dumpling

Children’s Nursery Rhyme – Diddle Diddle Dumpling Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John, Went to bed with his trousers on; One shoe off, and the other shoe on, Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John. Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John, Went to bed with his stockings on; One shoe off, and one shoe on, Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John.

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Children’s Nursery Rhyme – Camptown Races

Children’s Nursery Rhyme – Camptown Races

The Campptown ladies sing this song, Doo-da, Doo-da The Camptown racetrack’s five miles long Oh, de doo-da day Goin’ to run all night Goin’ to run all day I bet my money on a bob-tailed nag Somebody bet on the gray Oh, the long tailed filly and the big black horse, Doo-da, doo-da Come to a mud hole and they all cut across, Oh, de doo-da day Goin’ to run all night Goin’ to run…

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Children’s Nursery Rhyme – Billy Boy

Children’s Nursery Rhyme – Billy Boy

Oh, where have you been, Billy Boy, Billy Boy? Oh, where have you been, Charming Billy? I have been to seek a wife, She’s the joy of my life, She’s a young thing And cannot leave her mother. Did she bid you to come in, Billy Boy, Billy Boy? Did she bid you to come in, Charming Billy? Yes, she bade me to come in, There’s a dimple in her chin. She’s a young thing…

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Concordance Tips

Concordance Tips

Concordance Tips The word quick has many different meanings. Some of the definitions given by the Oxford dictionary are: •”moving fast or doing something in a short time” •”lasting or taking a short time” •”the central or most sensitive part of someone or something” This gives the general sense of the meaning of a word, but it doesn’t provide us with contextual usage or give us any sense of which forms are most prevalent. Concrdancers…

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