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    Passive Voice

    Hi, my ask is in wich time i have to conjugate the verb to be in past participle?

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    Re: Passive Voice

    The past participle is often the third version of a verb in a dictionary: present, past, past participle. The last often ends with -ed. If there is an -ing form listed, it is the present participle or gerund.

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    Re: Passive Voice

    Welcome to the forum, Diana.

    Your question has nothing to do with the passive voice, and should be worded as follows:

    Quote Originally Posted by dianalpv26 View Post
    Hi, my question is when do I have to use the past participle ​of the verb 'to be'?

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