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irregular verbs part two


Infinitive Present
Participle
PastPast
Participle
to + verb the -ing form (Yesterday I . . . I had . . . She has . . .
You have . . .
lie to rest, to recline lying lay lain
lose losinglost lost
make making made made
ride riding rode ridden
ring ringing rang rung
rise risingv rosev risen
run running ran run
say sayingsaid said
see seeing saw seen
sell selling sold sold
send sending sent sent
set setting set set
shrink shrinking shrank shrunk
sing singing sang sung
sink sinking sank sunk
sit sitting sat sat
speak speaking spoke spoken
steal stealing stole stolen
swim swimming swam swum
take takingtooktaken
teach teaching taught taught
throw throwing threw thrown
tear (to rip) tearing toretorn
tell telling told told
throw throwing threw thrown
wear wearing wore worn
win winning won won
write writing wrote written
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    Why we celebrate Teachers Day on 5th September

    In India 5th September is celebrated as Teachers Day as a mark of tribute to the contribution made by teachers to the society. 5th September is the birthday of a great teacher Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who was a staunch believer of education, and was the wellknown diplomat, scholar, President of India and above all, a teacher. When some of his students and friends approached him and requested him to allow them to celebrate his birthday, he said, instead of celebrating my birthday separately, it would be my proud privilege, if 5th September is observed as Teachers day. From then onwards, the 5th of September has been observed as Teachers Day, in India. In the year 1965, some of the prominent students of Late Dr S. Radhakrishnan organised a gathering to pay obeisance to that Great Teacher of repute. In that gathering, in his speech Dr Radhakrishnan expressed his deep reservation regarding his birth anniversary celebration, and emphasised that his birth anniversary should be celebrated as Teachers Day, by paying homage to other Great Teachers of India and Bangladesh. Since the year 1967, 5th September is celebrated as Teachers Day till date, as per the English calendar year. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, who was one of his closest friends throughout, said about Dr. Radhakrishnan He has served his country in many capacities. But above all, he is a great teacher from whom all of us have learnt much and will continue to learn. It is Indias peculiar privilege to have a great philosopher, a great educationist and a great humanist as her President. That in itself shows the kind of men we honour and respect.


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