Problem Verbs



Problem Verbs :



Listed below are English Verbs whose principle parts may cause confusion or difficulty in spelling. Note the different spellings in the Past Tense and Participle forms, a single l, m and t for American English and a double consonant for British English.


Problem Verbs in Alphabetical Order :

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M
N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z


Problem Verbs : H


  1. Basic Form of the Verb : ham
    3rd Person Singular : hams
    Present Participle : hamming
    Past Tense : hammed
    Past Participle : hammed


  2. Basic Form of the Verb : hamstring
    3rd Person Singular : hamstrings
    Present Participle : hamstringing
    Past Tense : hamstrung
    Past Participle : hamstrung


  3. Basic Form of the Verb : hat
    3rd Person Singular : hats
    Present Participle : hatting
    Past Tense : hatted
    Past Participle : hatted


  4. Basic Form of the Verb : hem
    3rd Person Singular : hems
    Present Participle : hemming
    Past Tense : hemmed
    Past Participle : hemmed


  5. Basic Form of the Verb : hew
    3rd Person Singular : hews
    Present Participle : hewing
    Past Tense : hewed
    Past Participle : hewed


  6. Basic Form of the Verb : hide
    3rd Person Singular : hides
    Present Participle : hiding
    Past Tense : hided
    Past Participle : hided


  7. Basic Form of the Verb : hoe
    3rd Person Singular : hoes
    Present Participle : hoeing
    Past Tense : hoed
    Past Participle : hoed


  8. Basic Form of the Verb : hog
    3rd Person Singular : hogs
    Present Participle : hogging
    Past Tense : hogged
    Past Participle : hogged


  9. Basic Form of the Verb : hug
    3rd Person Singular : hugs
    Present Participle : hugging
    Past Tense : hugged
    Past Participle : hugged


Problem Verbs in Alphabetical Order :

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M
N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

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