What is the participle of cooked?
Cooked is already the past participle of cook. The present participle is cooking.
No, the word 'cooked' is the past participle, past tense of the verb to cook. The past participle of the verb is also an adjective: cooked vegetables, cooked goose. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. For example: The cooked vegetables are my mother's recipe. They are delicious. I cooked them myself.
It is a verb. It is, however, a PARTICIPLE, if that's what you meant instead of particle. Particles are words (most of which look like prepositions) that go along with verbs, such as "up" in things like "put up, burn up, look up". Participles are a form of the verb itself. The present participle ends in ING and the past participle ends in -ED, -EN, -T, or something else, depending on whether the verb is…
Ho cucinato il cibo is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "I cooked the food." Specifically, the present perfect auxiliary ho and past participle cucinato are "(I) cooked, have cooked." The masculine singular definite article il means "the." The masculine noun cibo translates as "food." The pronunciation will be "ohKOO-tchee-NA-to eel TCHEE-bo" in Italian.