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Verbs Change Today, he turns in his homework. Right now, he is turning in his homework. Yesterday, he turned in his homework. This year, he has turned in his homework.
4 Verb Forms 1. Base Form 2. Present Participle 3. Past 4. Past Participle
The base form of the verb occurs in the present.
Base Form I bake pies for fun. Jim knows how to multiply. You eat too many cookies.
The present participle is currently happening.
Present Participle To form the present participle, use the helping verb is and add an –ing ending to the base form of the verb.
Present Participle I am writing a paper. Jim is spinning in circles. You are paining your toenails.
The past tense already happened.
Past Tense To form the past tense of the verb you add –ed.
Past Tense Aden called me yesterday. You picked out great music. I kicked the soccer ball over the fence.
The past participle indicates action that has occurred in the past, typically over a period of time or repeatedly.
Past Participle To form the past participle, use the helping verb have and an –ed ending.
Past Participle October has passed. I have eaten cookies. You have washed your hair.
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Things that have already happened!
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