In this unit of English we're learning about the Present Perfect tense. You can look up more information about it in this entry.
But, as you know, to form this tense correctly, we need to master the Past Participle of any verb. In this post you'll find information about the Past Participle, and some games to review the main forms.
First of all, we need to look back at the types of verbs. Remember we have verbs that work following a rule (regular verbs), and others that change their forms completely (irregular verbs).
Regular verbs form their past participle by adding -ed at the end.
You can practice these verbs' formation of the past simple and past participle with the following flash cards:
In the case of irregular verbs, we need to look at the third column of each of the groups. Here you have the most used verbs so you learn this first:
Then, as you remember, we have a bigger list of suggested verbs that we should learn. Here you have some flash cards to study them:
I hope you found these useful!
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