For general information, please see: administer irregular verb-infos, general
The following settings can be done for English verbs:
In this list are the irregular, English verbs (strong verbs). A verb in this list is indicated by its verb primitive (e.g. to go) its form in past tense (e.g. went) and its past participle (e.g. gone).
Basically the indications given in this list are valid for British English as well as for American English. Deviations in American English can be defined with help of the list IRREGULAR_VERBS_US.
In this list are irregular verbs (strong verbs), which are built different in American English and British English. A verb in this list is indicated by its verb primitive (e.g. to get) its form in past tense (e.g. got) and its past participle (e.g. gotten). This list can also be used to turn a strong English verb into a weak American verb (e.g. British: to saw, sawed, sawn - American: to saw, sawed, sawed).
The verbs in this list are exclusively used for a training of American English (also see IRREGULAR_VERBS).
In this list are verbs that end on ~ise and that are not changed to ~ize in American. In British English generally all endings remain ~ise.
This list contains verbs those final consonant of the verb primitive is doubled in the tenses past, present participle and past participle. For further details also see conjugation rules English.