The Principal Parts of Verbs. Infinitive Present Participle Past Past Participle . Infinitive. Definition: a verb form that can be used as a noun, an adjective, or an adverb. Infinitives begin with to ! Examples: No one wants to stay . To leave now would be rude.
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The Principal Parts of Verbs
Helping verbs is or are + the –ing form of the verb
Helping verbs have, has or had + the past form of the verb
*Irregular verbs have a separate past participle form of the verb
Al Capone shines my shoes.
Al Capone shined my shoes.
Al Capone will shine my shoes.
Al Capone is shining my shoes.
Al Capone has shined my shoes.