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Principal Parts of Verbs

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Ashley LaPorta

on 6 March 2013

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6th grade: lesson 4 Principal Parts of Verbs Every verb has FOUR basic forms called its
principal parts:
present participle
past participle These principal parts are used to make all of the forms and tenses of the verb. Here are some examples: We live in a mobile society.

People are traveling more all the time.

Automobiles lent travelers more freedom.

Drivers have enjoyed freedom for years. Regular Verbs There are two kinds of verbs: Regular and Irregular.

A regular verb is a verb whose past and past participle are formed by adding -ed or -d to the present.

The present participle is formed by adding -ing to the present. PRESENT PRESENT PARTICIPLE PAST PAST PARTICIPLE *Notice that helping verbs are used with the present participle and the past participle Present Present Participle Past Past Participle
walk (is) walk +ing walk+ed (has) walk+ed
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