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Principal Parts of Regular Verbs By Cheryl Hamilton Grade 5
A verb’s tenses are made from four basic forms. These basic forms are called the verb’s principal parts. Information
Present Present Participle Past Past Participle watch (am, is, are) watching watched (has, have, had) watched study (am, is, are) studying studied (has, have, had) studied Verb Tenses
A regular verb forms its past and past participle by adding -ed or -d to the present form. Rule
The present and the past forms can be used by themselves as verbs. The present participle and the past participle are always used with a helping verb. More Information
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