Notice that the transitive verb (the one you do to an object) is more regular than the intransitive verb (the one you do to yourself). Raise adds -ing and -ed. Rise adds -ing, but changes to rose and risen.
I rise in the morning when my alarm goes off.
I am rising from my bed right now.
I rose from my bed late yesterday.
In the past I have risen as early as 5:00.
I raise the window shade every morning.
I am raising the window shade now.
Yesterday I raised the window shade.
In the past I have raised the window shade.
Practice What You've Learned
Choose the correct verb to complete the sentence.
After the hurricane, many boat owners had to pay toraise/risetheir boats from the bottom of the river.
I have a pan of bread doughraising/risingunder a towel on the kitchen counter.
My aunt has her heart set onraising/risingchickens in her backyard.
Karen hadraised/risenher hand first, but the teacher called on someone else.
It seems that the price of soda keepsraising/rising.
Afterraising/risingfive children, my parents are looking forward to having the house to themselves.
I hope my parents will agree toraise/risemy allowance if I agree to do more chores.
Our church group hasraised/risenenough money to package meals for 20,000 poor people in Africa.
Youraised/roseseveral good objections to the plan, but we voted to go with it anyway.
I hadraised/risenmy grades second quarter, but then I got lazy third quarter and they fell again.