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Irregular Past Participle Verbs

To form the past tense form of most verbs, you simpley add -ed to the end of the word. Present tense: Past tense: Past participle: I walk to the restaurant. I walked to the restaurant. I had walked to the restaurant.

Irregular verbs are a bit more difficult because you don't add -ed to make them past tense. The whole word changes depending on its tense. Present tense: Past tense: Past participle: I eat a green grape. I ate a green grape. I have eaten a green grape.

Directions: Choose the past participle of the verb for each sentence and write it on the line. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. She has never ____________ a speed boat before. (driven, drove) Ella had __________ all of the vegetables on her plate. (ate, eaten) We have _____________ each other since we were very young. (knew, known) Peter has _____________ a letter to his favorite author. (written, wrote) While on a camping trip, Kara was ____________ by mosquitoes (bitten, bit) Thomas has ____________ the most delicious tomatoes in town. (grown, grew) Have you ____________ on a horse without a saddle before? (rode, ridden) The thief had ___________ all of the expensive jewelry. (took, taken)

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Irregular Past Participle Verbs

To form the past tense form of most verbs, you simpley add -ed to the end of the word. Present tense: Past tense: Past participle: I walk to the restaurant. I walked to the restaurant. I had walked to the restaurant.

Irregular verbs are a bit more difficult because you don't add -ed to make them past tense. The whole word changes depending on its tense. Present tense: Past tense: Past participle: I eat a green grape. I ate a green grape. I have eaten a green grape.

Directions: Choose the past participle of the verb for each sentence and write it on the line. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. She has never driven a speed boat before. (driven, drove) Ella had eaten all of the vegetables on her plate. (ate, eaten) We have known each other since we were very young. (knew, known) Peter has written a letter to his favorite author. (written, wrote) While on a camping trip, Kara was bitten by mosquitoes (bitten, bit) Thomas has grown the most delicious tomatoes in town. (grown, grew) Have you ridden on a horse without a saddle before? (rode, ridden) The thief had taken all of the expensive jewelry. (took, taken)

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