The perfect aspect: explain a state due to something that happened before.
I have never been to Mexico.
She has lived here for thirty years.
The perfect aspect is used to talk about an action that happened before a focus time. The focus time can be past, present or future. The action is connected to the focus time. So, the perfect aspect tells us that the focus time is like this because of something that happened before.
In the present perfect, we are saying that now is different because of something that happened sometime before.
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The present participle is made the following way:
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Understanding the parts of speech is very important for studying a language. It helps you understand and talk about grammar and language. It also helps for putting language together. To be a good learner, make sure you know the parts of speech.
Here are the irregular verbs of English arranged to help you remember them. There are patterns and groups among these verbs. These patterns make it easier to remember the irregular verbs and their past and past participle (P.P.) forms.
Patterns can be found in:
The best verbs don't change in their past or P.P. forms (cut, hit, etc.).
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