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    Cool What is the past participle of "is"

    I want to know what is the past particple of "is". What is the difference between past participle and future tense.

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    Re: What is the past participle of "is"

    Quote Originally Posted by dharanija35 View Post
    I want to know what is the past particple of "is". What is the difference between past participle and future tense.

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    The word "is" doesn't have a past participle because it is the third person singular of "be". The past participle of "be" is "been".

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