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Past Participle Course Syllabus

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Introduction

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Grammar

Watch our grammar explanation video to learn exactly how to create the regular past participle in English. You can complete our interactive worksheet at the same time as watching the video and check your responses using our answer guide. The presentation used in our explanation video is also available as a downloadable PDF.

The pronunciation of regular verbs in their past participle form is very specific. In this activity, we point you towards some of our specific pronunciation courses that explain this in further detail..

There are numerous irregular verbs in the past participle. In this activity, we provide a list of the most common verbs that are irregular and you can listen to audios of the correct pronunciation too.

This is a short presentation that provides real-life examples of the past participle being used by native English speakers. We have collected examples from the news, emails, song titles and famous quotes.

Test your understanding of the past participle in this short quiz. You can take this quiz as many times as you want and review your answers with full explanations. Your marks will be added to our leaderboard, so you can easily compare your results to that of other course members.

Self-Study

Download our list of common verbs in English and practise converting them into their past participle form in English. We also provide answers and everything is downloadable as a PDF.

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