Irregular English Verbs 👉 Past Participle Form | Common Grammar Mistakes

Irregular English Verbs 👉 Past Participle Form  |  Common Grammar Mistakes

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I created this lesson to help you REVIEW irregular English verb forms. Knowing these different verb forms is crucial to using tenses correctly – especially the perfect tenses!

Learn more about when to use the present perfect and past simple tenses in this video here:

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35 thoughts on “Irregular English Verbs 👉 Past Participle Form | Common Grammar Mistakes

  1. tato 153 says:

    I fell in love with the most beautiful face expressions I'd ever seen in my life. I'm 55 years old. Then believe me. I knew this leeson very well before and I saw it complete only to see at your vivid eyes. It's a very good lesson too. Congratulations Emma.

  2. enzo fanton says:

    Thanks Emma, your video are very good and you're a very beautiful teacher.

  3. Mohd Faez says:

    I want to know what difference between past simple and past participle?

  4. JH Younah KILTE says:

    Thank you teacher, I usually watched your videos, and my teacher tell me about your wabsit thanks a lot you’re so cute!💕❤️

  5. Akanksha Tiwari says:

    Hey Emma, I m from India.I really enjoy your each video.This one was pretty much exciting and fascinating.The best part was,I got most of them right.Thanks for such an amazing video.😘

  6. Archana Pathak says:

    Whenever I feel confused about the third form of the verb, i make a sentence using have/has/had then i immediately remember the past participle

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