I think that everyone in the beginning had some difficulties with memorizing irregular verbs. What form of the verb should be a second and which should be the last one. Those were the most common questions. In every language, there is of course some hidden rule which can help you to remember all these things.
In English, irregular verbs can be divided into 3 groups.
First group is where we have just one variety of the verb, for example cut – cut – cut. In second group we have two varieties; for example sell – sold – sold.
In last group we have 3 varieties like for example eat – ate – eaten.
Sorting the irregular verbs according to this system can help you to learn all of them in a very short time. Have a great one!!
Good information, thanks.