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  present past past participle
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
To smell: oler smell (smel) smelt* (smelt) smelt* (smelt)
I can smell something burning.
His breath smelt of alcohol and couldn’t walk properly.
This perfume smells good.
 
To sneak: entrar/salir/poner a hurtadillas sneak (sníik) snuck* (snak) snuck* (snak)
The student sneaked a note to one of his classmates.
Mary sneaked into my bedroom while I was away.
A man’s just snuck into the party without being seen.
 
To sow: sembrar sow (sóu) sowed (sóud) sown (sóun)
Once he had sown the seeds, our gardener watered the flowerbed.
This soil is good for sowing those plants.
If you sow now, you’ll have to harvest in the summer.
 
To speak: hablar speak (spíik) spoke (spóuk) spoken (spóuken)
Is Mr. Wilkins in, please? I need to speak to him—it’s urgent.
Barbara’s teacher has spoken to her mother about her low grades.
The man who spoke to me had a foreign accent.
 
To speed: acelerar, ir a toda velocidad speed (spíid) sped* (sped) sped* (sped)
The ambulance sped along the highway towards the hospital.,
The taxi speeded us to the airport.
According to doctor, these pills will speed Kate’s recovery.
 
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
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