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English Grammar | List of Irregular Verbs in English [A]

Explore the comprehensive list of irregular verbs in English starting with the letter A, accompanied by audio for pronunciation clarity.
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Welcome to our complete guide on irregular verbs in English. Here, you’ll find a full list of irregular verbs starting with the letter ‘A‘. Each verb is listed for easy reference, accompanied by example sentences, and audio recordings are provided for correct pronunciation

Some verbs on the list are marked with an asterisk (*), indicating they also have a regular form.

Irregular Verbs In English [A]

INFINITIVEPAST SIMPLEPAST PARTICIPLEEXAMPLE SENTENCES
abide
[ə'baɪd]
abode*
[ə'boʊd]
abode*
[ə'boʊd]
'I can't abide her.'
[to dislike]

'Last month, she abided by the rules of the game.'
[to follow]

'I have always abode my brother's loud music.'
[to tolerate]
arise
[ə'raɪz]
arose
[ə'roʊz]
arisen
[ə'rɪzən]
'If the opportunity arises, I'd love to go to China.'
[to occur; to present itself]

'We arose early on Christmas morning.'
[to get up]

'Many questions have arisen since the investigation started.'
[to emerge]
awake
[ə'weɪk]
awoke*
[ə'woʊk]
awoken*
[ə'woʊkən]
'She awakes early every morning.'
[to wake up]

'The smell of baking bread awoke memories of her childhood.'
[to stir up]

'Young people have awoken to the environmental challenges we face.'
[to become aware]

* Verb forms marked with a star (*) also have a regular form.

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