There are up lớn five forms for each verb: root, third-person singular, present participle, past, và past participle.
Root size of the Verb
The root form of a verb is the base size of the word. Roots have not been conjugated và do not include prefixes or suffixes.
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The root size of the verb is the same as the infinitive form with “to” removed. See the examples below:
to see – see
to be – be
to wear – wear
to go – go
The root form of a verb is used khổng lồ create other forms of the verb when conjugated. This is always true with regular verbs, but may not apply with irregular verbs, depending on the tense. The examples below illustrate this concept.
Third Person Singular khung of a Verb
The third person singular (he/she/it/one) conjugation is the verb size that tends to be different from other conjugations. For regular verbs, this verb form end in ‑s (or sometimes ‑es). Consider the examples below:he sees
Present Participle khung of a Verb
The present participle verb khung is created by adding -ing to lớn the root word. It’s used in the past, present, and future progressive verb tenses. Look at the examples below:
(wash – washing)
Past & Past Participle Forms of the Verb
The past & past participle verb khung for regular verbs is the root word + ‑ed. It’s only used with the past tenses. Consider the examples below:
(play – played)
The past participle can be difficult to determine for some irregular verbs. It’s best to look these up in a dictionary if you’re at all unsure of the past participle. Here are a few examples of irregular verbs:
|Root||Simple Past||Past Participle|
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