29th June 2020


How do you make a past participle?

For regular verbs, adding -ed to the base form creates the past participle. For example, the past participle of cook is cooked. Past participles formed from irregular verbs may have endings like -en, -t, -d, and -n. Examples include swollen, burnt, hoped, and broken.

Just so, is given a past participle?

The past tense of give is gave. The third-person singular simple present indicative form of give is gives. The past participle of give is given.

Furthermore, is made past or present?

Regular and irregular verbs | Oxford Dictionaries
The past tense of make is made. The third-person singular simple present indicative form of make is makes. The present participle of make is making. The past participle of make is made.

Why do we use the past participle?

Past Participle Verb Form is used in all the Perfect Tenses - Present, Past and Future - because this form is meant to denote a Completed Action ( the action having been completed at different points of time in the Past, Present and Future periods.)

Why is it called past participle?

The past participle, also sometimes called the passive or perfect participle, is identical to the past tense form (ending in -ed) in the case of regular verbs, for example "loaded", "boiled", "mounted", but takes various forms in the case of irregular verbs, such as done, sung, written, put, gone, etc.
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