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irregular verbs part one

Regular verbs form their past and past participle forms by adding -d or -ed to the verbís
present tense Thus, use becomes used, and call becomes called. Irregular verbs form their
past and past participle forms differently. The present tense break becomes broke in its pasttense
form and broken in its past participle form. The present tense verb buy becomes bought
in its past and past participle forms.

InfinitivePresent
Participle
Past Past
Participle
(to + verb) (the -ing form) (Yesterday I . . . ) (I had . . . She has . . .
You have . . . )
begin beginning beganbegun
blow blowing blew blown
break breaking broke broken
bring bringing brought brought
burst bursting burst burst
buy buying bought bought
catch catching caught caught
choose choosing chosechosen
come coming came come
cost costing cost cost
do doing did done
draw drawing drew drawn
drink drinking drank drunk
drive driving drove driven
eat eating ate eaten
fall falling fell fallen
feel feeling felt felt
find finding found found
freeze freezing froze frozen
get getting got got (or gotten)
give giving gave given
go going went gone
hold holding heldheld
keep keeping keptkept
know knowing knew known
lay (to place) laying laid laid
lead leading led led
leave leaving left left

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  • Krishna Janmashtami

    Legends

    Janmashtami legends relates to the different interesting stories of Shri Krishna. Beginning from his birth till the days of his later years, people know Shri Krishna as a Protector of human beings. They still remember and commemorate his birth to honor Him for what He did for humankind. On the day of Janmashtami, people pray to Him to destroy all the evil from this earth and make it the best place to live in. The different Janmashtami legends that gave rise to the celebration of the Janmashtami is very interesting to know. The most famous legendary episode of Janmashtami is the killing of King Kansa who was the maternal uncle of Lord Krishna. According to Hindu mythology, there was a prophecy that declared that the child of Devaki would kill Kansa. And Lord Krishna was that child who was born to Devaki but was brought up by Yashoda and Nand at Gokul. There are many Janmashtami legendary tales regarding Lord Krishna when he was a child. These are known as Bal Leela. These activities of Lord Krishna were also to save the people of Mathura (his birth place) and Gokul. Killing of She demon Putana and other devil Trinivarta is worth mentioning. It was while killing demoness Putana that the fair complexioned Shri Krishna turned dark. He had actually sucked the poisoned milk from her breast. Lord Krishna also tamed a huge snake called Kalia, who live in the River Yamuna and who had terrorized the people of Gokul. It is said that Lord Krishna lifted the Mount Govardhan in order to save the people of Gokul from the thundershowers and storm sent by Lord Indra?God of thunder. Known as a cowherd boy or Govinda and Gopala, Lord Krishna is one of the most revered Gods. There are numerous tales regarding his divine magic and help extended to people.


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