Re: forms of the participle
There are only two participles, the -ing or present participle (being, going, having, arresting) and the past participle or third form (been, gone, had, arrested. They may be combined to construct passive (being arrested), perfect (having been, having gone, having had, having arrested) and perfect passive (having been arrested) forms.
Originally Posted by Kotfor
Last edited by 5jj; 26-Oct-2012 at 10:30.
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