You know we hardly ever memorize lists of things. However, irregular verbs are quite hard to learn; there are many and you need to put some effort until you used them without even thinking. It’s one of those things we have to MEMORIZE. So, let’s get started
MEMORIZE = LEARN BY HEART 50 Common irregular verbs
Here follows a list of 50 very common verbs. Some of them you already know, but I’m sure not all of them. I’ve taken this document from http://www.perfect-english-grammar.com. You can follow the link and listen to these verbs being pronounced. I really recommend you to download the list and keep it in your English notebook. If any new irregular verbs appear, add them to the list. Also write the translation in Catalan and/or Spanish.
Do not forget to scroll to the very bottom of the page. You will find out a set of 4 exercises to practise the irregular verbs. Maybe for Monday you’ll have learnt the whole list.