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Past Participle Verbs Explained!

American English quiz is all about testing your ability to remember! “Past Participle” verbs are sometimes referred to as “Third form”. These verbs are most known for their usage in the “Perfect tenses”. They are also used in all tenses in “Passive voice”. There are irregular and regular verbs. “Regular Past Participle Verbs” are formed using the suffix “ed”. They are unique in that, most past participles are also used as noun modifiers as well as adjectives. In the perfect tenses, the auxiliary verb “have” is used. In “Passive voice” the verb “To be” is used. All verbs in English have “four principle parts”; “Present, Present participle, Past, Past participle”. “Present participle” is the suffix “ing”. Ask your teacher for further explanation.

What are Past Simple Verbs?

Past simple verbs are used to refer to past completed actions or events. This can be the recent past or long ago. Sometimes the exact time or duration of the event is not important. We often use past simple verbs for general statements. If the exact time is important, past simple is usually followed by a time expression. There are less than 200 irregular verbs in English. You must study them by heart! There are countless regular past verbs in English. To form a regular past simple verb, we add “ed” to the infinitive verb with a few basic grammar rules. We use the verb “Do in the past (Did) + Infinitive” to ask questions in the past. Did is the auxiliary verb while the past simple verb refers to facts and actions. Adverbs and Adjectives are important too!

Infinitive Verbs Explained!

A verb tense tells you when something happens. We need verbs to build a complete sentence. Verbs come in three tenses; “Present, Past, Future”. Verbs can be broken down into “Regular or Irregular verbs”. There are countless regular verbs in English. There are less than 200 irregular verbs in everyday use. Irregular verbs consist of three forms: “Infinitive, Past simple, Past Participle“. Regular verbs also consist of three forms but, “Past simple as well as Past Participle“ are formed by adding “ed” to an infinitive verb. The verb “To be” is the most common verb in English both as a full verb as well as an auxiliary verb. We use infinitive verbs to ask and answer questions. An infinitive verb is the basic form of a verb.