Why HAVE you be doing this? Can't answer your question unless we know why you have jumped in the past.
I/We/You/They have hoppedHe/She/It has hopped
There is only 1 syllable in hopped
Hopped is an action word therefore it is a verb.
The antonym word for hopped is land
You have it spelled correctly - 'hopped'.
A jackrabbit hopped by them.A jackrabbit hopped by Ty and her.
Yes. For example: The rabbit hopped around the field.
Hopped is a past tense verb.
The rabbit hopped right out of his burrow.
"Hopped" is a word used in past tense.
Japan and the US Island hopped around the Pacific.
The subject is he; the two verbs are hopped and headed.
Hopped is the past tense and past participle of hop. The present participle of hop is hopping.
hopped in. No, they had ladders.
The word hopped has one syllable. This means the whole word is the syllable and so there aren't any syllable breaks.
The word 'hopped' is a verb, the past participle, past tense of the verb to hop. The past participle of the verb also functions as an adjective.Examples:He hopped over the creek without getting his feet wet. (verb)He makes his own hopped beer in his basement. (adjective, describes the noun beer as made with hops)