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The past participle of the word "Shake" is the word 'Shaken."
call died dead
gone eg I have gone
the past test of buy is bought
Here are some examples of the present form, past form, and past participle form verbs: Present - Past - Past Participle eat - ate - had eaten walk - walked - had walked … jog - jogged - had jogged sing - sang - had sung drink - drank - had drunk play - played - had played
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For regular verbs that do not end in 'e', or a consonant followed by a 'y', you add 'ed' to form both the past and the past participle: To jump, I jumped, I have jum…ped. To fetch, I fetched, I have fetched. To defend, I defended, I have defended. For regular verbs that end in 'e', you add 'd' to form both the past and the past participle: To hope, I hoped, I have hoped. To promise, I promised, I have promised. To devise, I devised, I have devised. For regular verbs that end in a consonant followed by a 'y', you change the 'y' into 'i' and add 'ed' to form both the past and the past participle: To sally, I sallied, I have sallied. To bloody, I bloodied, I have bloodied. For irregular verbs, you must learn each one individually. There are some patterns that may help you, but you must always beware of exceptions (English has a lot of those). Here is one example of a pattern. Many monosyllabic verbs with an 'i' in the infinitive form the past and the past participle by changing the vowel to an 'a' and a 'u' respectively: To sing, I sang, I have sung. To drink, I drank, I have drunk. To swim, I swam, I have swum. But: To swing, I swung (rarely 'I swang'), I have swung.
There are so many verbs like HIT, PUT, etc.,
Protected is both past and past participle.
Present participle - performing Past participle - performed
The present perfect tense. (the third person singular will use has instead)
1. If it's a regular verb, you add a suffix (-ED). listen - listened 2. If it's an irregular verb, you either learn the list of irregular verbs or you look it up in a dictio…nary.