Weegy: I go, I went, I will go
The small spelling change in the past tense of "try" does not count as an irregular form.
Try, call, and walk are all examples of "weak" verbs: all of their past-tense forms end in -ed, [ and their present and past forms are otherwise identical.
"Strong" verbs have notable differences between present-tense and past-tense forms, such as 'go' and 'went'; 'teach' and 'taught'; 'am' and 'was'; etc. Their past forms ... (More)