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    define and give 2 examples

    what is a Participle?


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    Re: define and give 2 examples

    There are two types of participle in English: the past participle and the present participle. So the past participle of the verb do is did, and the present participle of that is doing (with a -ing suffix)

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    Re: define and give 2 examples

    Quote Originally Posted by NBWD View Post
    There are two types of participle in English: the past participle and the present participle. So the past participle of the verb do is did, and the present participle of that is doing (with a -ing suffix)

    That's all~ :)
    The past participle of do is done. 'did' is the simple past of do.

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