a regular verb is a verb whose past tense is made by adding -ed. eg walk/walked, talk/talked, listen/listened,
an irregular verb is a verb whose past tense is a different word. eg run/ran, eat/ate, bring/brought, buy/bought.
When he shoots the ball into the basket then Joe got shot in the head by the ball.
Some examples of verbs include the following:
Here are some inside sentences:
- I am eating my breakfast.
- The cat jumped on the mat.
- The dish ran away with the spoon.
The present perfect tense verb expresses action that began in the past but continues or is completed in the present. The present perfect tense is formed by adding "has" or "have" to the past participle/
E.g. I have wondered for sometime how the stars got their names.
A visible star has emitted light for thousands of years.
A past participle is a form of an English verb that is used to form perfect tenses and the passive voice of all tenses. It is also used as a "verbal", serving many of the functions of an adjective but also capable of forming a participial phrase that includes a direct object and optionally also an indirect object, one or more adverbs, and/or prepositional phrases.