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Section 11.3.7

Verb Forms

Verbs can be said to have five forms in English: the baseform, the present tense form (which may includethe agreement ending -s), the past tense form, the presentparticiple, and the past participle. Althoughthe forms are predictable for most verbs in English, many common verbs have oneor more unpredictable or irregular forms.

Forms of the Verb Study

Base form: study

Present tense form: studies

Past tense form: studied

Present participle: studying

Past participle: studied

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