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Grammar, Punctuation, and Style
1.15 Principal Parts of Verbs

PRINCIPAL PARTS OF VERBS:

Verbs have three principle parts. They are present, past, and past participle. For regular verbs, the past tense is derived by adding ed to the present tense; the past participle is formed by using the past tense verb with a helping verb such as has, have and had.

Examples:
PresentPastPast Participle
formformedhas/have/had formed
discoverdiscoveredhas/have/had discovered
looklookedhas/have/had looked


Directions: Identify the principal part of the underlined verb in each of the following sentences.

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Q 1: Jake had hurt his wrist while playing Racquetball.
past
present
past participle

Q 2: John chose a pecan pie for his dessert.
present
past particple
past

Q 3: Wash your hands regularly.
present
past participle
past

Q 4: The president delivered the Status of the Union address yesterday.
past participle
present
past

Q 5: Ron had come to visit us.
past
present
past participle

Q 6: Julie invited her friends to a sleep over party.
present
past participle
past

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