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Sorry- I didn't see the title. It's hard to explain it simply because it has more than one use- perfect forms, passives and adjectives. I have no knowledge of Korean, so I don't know what their problems might be. Does Korean have tenses?
You can probably explain it by what it does. It is a verb form that is used:Originally Posted by wesley_g14
1. to form the passive voice (with to be)
2. to form perfect tenses (with have/has/had)
3. as an adjective
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