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Hi at all teachers.
In this definition
"having turned soft or into a liquid",why there is ed in turn (i don't find turned in my dictionary )and why there is ing in have.
Hi Thank you for answer.
It is a definition from Cambridge dictionary for the word melted .
Please what is the meaning of "turned".
"Regular" English verbs form the past tense and past participle by adding "ed" to the end of the word. That is a pretty basic fact.
Hi all teachers.
Please turned is it used as past tense or past participle.
the structure is " having+ past participle. It's like saying " after +verb+ING". for example these two sentences are the same:
1.Having found the keys, she locked the door.
2.After finding the keys, she locked the door.
and turn here means change into.