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  present past past participle
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
To strike: golpear, dar (la hora) strike (stráik) struck (strak) struck/stricken (stríken)
The ship struck an iceberg and sank.
The clock has just struck midnight.
Whenever he plays bowling, he strikes all the pins down.
 
To string: encordar, ensartar, atar string (string) strung (strang) strung (strang)
The chain she wore was strung with charms.
I will string these beads on a silver thread.
We have strung lights up in the Christmas tree.
 
To strive: luchar, esforzarse strive (stráiv) strove (stróuv) striven (stríven)
News programs strive to be the first to break the news.
Our corporation encourages its staff to strive for excellence.
The jury strove to return a verdict that was unbiased.
 
To swear: jurar, decir palabrotas, malcedir swear (suéer) swore (suóor) sworn (suóorn)
I swear to God that I am telling the truth.
Ralph swore that he would keep his promise.
When the boy lost the game he got angry and swore loudly.
 
To sweat: sudar sweat (suét) sweat* (suét) sweat* (suét)
Their bodies were sweating heavily in the sun.
The young actress sweat a lot during the audition.
I have sweated a lot over the project.
 
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
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