Past Participle

What is the Past Participle?

The Past Participle is a grammatical form of the English language that you will need to use on various occasions. It indicates a completed action in the past or a state of things in the present or in the past.

How do I form a Past Participle?

The Past Participle is a verb form. For regular verbs, you just have to add the ending -ed to the infinitive form.
to walk walked
However, there are also irregular verbs. To read more about this, go to Irregular Verbs.

When do I need to use the Past Participle?

You need it to form:
 
 

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