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What is the past participle of began?


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2008-08-27 04:26:41
2008-08-27 04:26:41

Strictly speaking, "began" does not have a past participle. The verb is "begin," not "began." The past participle of "begin" is "begun." "Began" is just the past tense of the verb "begin."

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past tense=began. past participle=begun

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present: begin past: began past participle: begun

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Began is the past tense of begin, and begun is the past participle.

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The past participle of begin is begun and the past tense is began. For example: 'I have just begun to study Italian.' 'I began to study Italian last week.'

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No, "began" is the simple past tense of "begin"


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