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Present participle form The present participle is formed by adding -ing to the basic form of the verb.
The past participle of 'be' is been.
Plural, we sweep, you sweep, they sweep.The past participle of the verb is used to form the 'perfect' tenses.Sweep All Forms, what is Verb (2nd) second form of Sweep (Past) and (3rd) third form of Sweep (Past Participle) in English grammar.I will/shall have swept.The present participle form is also used in different parts of speech:.I had not been sweeping I hadn't been sweeping you had not been sweeping you hadn't been sweeping he/she/it had not been sweeping he/she/it hadn't been sweeping we had not been sweeping we hadn't been sweeping they had not been sweeping they hadn't been sweeping.Past Perfect Continuous Tense, he/She/It had been sweeping.Just add "ed" work / worked / worked, remember that the past tense and the past participle for regular verbs are the same: worked / worked.(except modals) form With regular verbs the past participle is formed by adding -ed to the basic form of the verb.It is also used when referring to the past or the future.Past Perfect Tense, he/She/It had swept.2) What is simple present tense of swept?
Conjugation of 'Sweep souq voucher code uae base Form (Infinitive Sweep, past Simple: Swept/Sweeped, past Participle: Swept/Sweeped 3rd world's ugliest dog competition Person Singular: Sweeps, present Participle/Gerund: Sweeping.
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