VERBS. Principal Parts Tenses Troublesome Verbs. VERBS – 4 Principal Parts. 1. Present - base form look 2. Present Participle (am/is/are) looking 3. Past looked 4. Past Participle (has/have/had) looked. Regular Verbs. Add -ing to form the PRESENT PARTICIPLE
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1. Present - base form look
2. Present Participle(am/is/are) looking
4. Past Participle(has/have/had) looked
raise + ing = raising
talk + ing = talking
raise + d = raised; (has/have/had) raised
talk + ed = talked; (has/have/had) raised
talk enjoy stop wish
travel receive argue remember
drink + ing = drinking
drank = PAST
(has/have/had) drunk = PAST PARTICIPLE
choose eat freeze drive
catch bite know bring
7. The snow cone has (froze, frozen) my tongue.
8. Sue has (broked, broken) the record for the long jump event.
9. The team captains (chose, chosen) their players carefully.
10. Have you (chose, chosen) a topic yet?
The principal parts of a verb help create the
A regular verb forms its present participle by adding –ing and its past and past participle by adding –d or –ed to the present/base form.
Sit or Set?
Rise or Raise?
Lie or Lay?