present, past, past participle
be, was or were, been
sing, sang, sung
drink, drank, drunk
do, did, done
go, went, gone
make, made, made
find, found, found
talk, talked, talked
eat, ate, eaten
swim, swam, swum
read, read, read
write, wrote, written
give, gave, given
Now let's practice the past participle by using the present perfect tense. It shows something that started in the past, but continues until now.
has/have (not) + past participle
She has done her homework.
They have gone for a walk.
Julia hasn't eaten anything today.
The men haven't talked about the women.
Check Your UnderstandingWithout looking back, try to fill in the blanks using the past participle. Use have or has.
She (eat) all of the cookies.
Maxwell (write) his essay.
Thomas (find) a new friend.
George and Kerry (go) to the mountains.
The president (not/ make) his speech yet.
Carolyn (not/ talk) to Richard.
The teachers (give) us the homework.
The cowboys (drink) all the beer.
The swimmers (swim) across the lake.
Bonus: (Do you know these?)***
The boy (fall) down.
We (choose) to meet with Mr. Green.
You (wear) that dress for 5 days.
We (not/ drive) the truck since 1999.