It might seem weird to start with the verbs that are irregular in the
past tense. But there is a reason for this. And the reason is that they
are easier to learn because some of are very similar to the irregular verbs
So, we'll list some irregular verbs below. Since the most
frequent used verbs in a language tend to be irregular and all the verbs
we have learnt are quite frequent, the irregular ones actually make up
the half of the verbs we have seen so far. The verb tables
will from now on have one more column; the rightmost one contains the
|to be called
|to see / watch
|to walk / go
|to go (travel)
|to get / recieve
In order to remember these forms, try to link them to their English
counterparts: var - was, så - saw, drakk - drank...
Memorize them and then click here to open a quiz.