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    Smile Please Explain for me These Participle !!!

    Please explain these Present , past , future with The participle ( Taken ) ?

    1 Present Perfect

    eg: I have taken
    2 Past Perfect

    eg: I had taken
    3 Future Perfect

    eg: I will have taken


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    Re: Please Explain for me These Participle !!!

    What do you not understand?

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    Re: Please Explain for me These Participle !!!

    It's called the past participle because it shows completion of the action, but that doesn't mean it can only refer to past time- things can be completed in the future. The present participle shows that something is incomplete and, again, can be used with the past, present and future.

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