Is 'ser' an irregular verb?
A verb is considered to be an 'irregular verb' if it does not make its past tense by adding the suffix '-ed.' For example, the verb 'run' is irregular because its past tense is 'ran.' Another example of an irregular verb is 'go' because its past tense is 'went.'
Answer and Explanation:
The word 'ser' is not a word in English. It is actually a Spanish verb which is the equivalent of the English word 'to be.' To use the word 'ser,'...
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Learn about verbs and simple verb tenses used every day. Explore what verbs express and how to conjugate verbs in the past, present, and future tenses. Finally, discover the grammar rules associated with each of the three simple verb tenses.