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  present past past participle
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
To shut: cerrar shut (shat) shut (shat) shut (shat)
Hardly had he walked in when he shut the door behind him.
I had shut all the windows before I went to bed.
The corner coffestore shuts at midnight.
 
To sing: cantar sing (sing) sang (saang) sung (sang)
At sunrise, birds sing outside my bedroom window.
Frank Sinatra sang many songs during his lifetime.
I was singing in the shower when someone knocked on the door.
 
To sink: hundir/se sink (sink) sank (saank) sunk (sank)
The Titanic sank in 1912.
The boat has sunk owing to its heavy cargo.
She sank into her favorite armchair to read his letter.
 
To sit: sentar/se sit (sit) sat (sat) sat (sat)
In the waiting room, Mrs. Jackson sat on a chair and read a magazine.
Excuse me—you may not sit here because this seat is reserved.
We were sitting at the table when Robert arrived.
 
To slay: matar slay (sléi) slew (slúu) slain (sléin)
The prince slew the dragon with a sword.
Sadly, the hostages were slain by the kidnappers.
The hijackers may slay all the crew on this plane.
 
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
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