The helping verb comes first:
 Carrie can dive from the high platform.
Helping verb: can
Main verb: dive
 Three inches of snow will probably fall tonight.
Helping verb: will
Main verb: fall
Note, the main verb is the word that expresses the main action. A person "dives" and "falls", but cannot "cans".
 We froze the extra meat.
A. freezed (non-standard usage; the standard is froze)
B. frozen (past participle)
C. froze (past tense)
The verb paradigm for "to freeze" looks like this:
Present: freeze, freezes
Past Participle: frozen
Note, use "froze" when you want to talk about something in that past, and use "frozen" with HAVE or HAD, or as an adjective, like this,
EX: We have frozen the extra meat. (present perfect)
EX: We had frozen the extra meat. (past perfect)
EX: This meat is frozen. (predicate adjective)
EX: This is frozen meat. (attributive adjective)
All the best.