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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

The Principal Parts of Verbs

Infinitive

Present Participle

Past

Past Participle


Infinitive

Infinitive

  • Definition: a verb form that can be used as a noun, an adjective, or an adverb. Infinitives begin with to!

    • Examples:

      • No one wantsto stay.

      • To leave now would be rude.

      • Her goal isto win.


Present participle

Present Participle

Helping verbs is or are + the –ing form of the verb

  • Examples:

    • Mrs. Bedell is reading a good book.

    • The students are studying grammar.

    • He is playing baseball this season.


Past participle

Past Participle

Helping verbs have, has or had + the past form of the verb

*Irregular verbs have a separate past participle form of the verb

  • Examples:

    • My family has gone to Disney World.

    • The students have studied grammar.

    • He has run a five minute mile.


Principal parts of regular verbs

Principal Parts of Regular Verbs:


Principal parts of irregular verbs

Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs:


Al capone shines my shoes

Al Capone shines my shoes.

shines


Past tense

Past Tense

Al Capone shined my shoes.


Future tense

Future Tense

Al Capone will shine my shoes.


Present participle1

Present Participle

Al Capone is shining my shoes.


Past participle1

Past Participle

Al Capone has shined my shoes.


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