Regular and Irregular Past Participle forms of Verbs
Usage of Past Participle Verbs | V3 Forms
Shortly speaking, Past participle is V3 form of a verb. Mainly, You can use the verb form when you say that somebody has/has n’t got an experience of having done some action by present. Or, the person has completed some action. And the helping verbs like have,has and had come before them.
Eg: I have seen the latest movie.
My brother has completed his M.C.A
Rohit has visited U.K. many times.
The actions of above sentences never refer to any particular past time frame. On the other hand, they express that the persons (subject/Doer of action) have either completed the action or have got the experience of doing it. In other words, the speaker is not particular as to when the action happened.
Verb Past Participle Forms | Past Participle list
They are of two types. (1) Irregular Past Participle(2)Regular Past Participle.
Past participle Irregular verbs are formed differently with ‘en’,’ne’,’ed’, ‘d’, ‘N and ‘t’ endings.
Perfect Participle | Regular v3 forms
They end in ‘ed’ or ‘d’.