A past participle is a type of verb. It is used in perfect tenses and in passive forms.
Making the Past Participle
For regular verbs the past participle form of a verb is the same as the past simple form of the verb. We add -ed.
|Verb||Past Simple||Past Participle|
Examples of regular verbs
For irregular verbs, there is no set rule.
You can find common past participles for irregular verbs in the irregular verb tables.