A participle is a word that is formed from a verb and is used to make compound verb forms. We have 2 kinds of participles: past and present participle.
Some participles (i.e. verbs ending with '-ing', '-en' or '-ed') can sometimes act as a preposition. In this lesson, we will learn about the most common ones.
The past participle is the third principal part of a verb that is most commonly known to be used with tenses. In this lesson, we will learn all about them.
Present participles are one of the key features of English language. It is a form of verb that ends in '-ing.' In this lesson, we will learn more about them.
'Causatives' indicate that someone did not do the action on their own, but they somehow intervened in the cause of the events.
Participle adjectives are the same form as participles with the same characteristics with adjectives.