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When describing the family you had at the time of your childhood in Italian would you use the imperfect of the past participle?

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How do you use hit in past participle?

The past participle is also hit. present perfect - I have hit the ball ten times. He has hit the ball twice. past perfect - I had hit the ball ten times. present simple p

When do you use the past participle?

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When to use the past tense and past participle?

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When should you use the imperfect past tense?

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Would has taken be past or present participle?

Don't understand your question. But this is what I think: 'Would has taken' is not correct. 'Would have taken' is correct. Use have for all persons and past participle.

How do you use the past participle become in a sentence?

I just started studying participles and participial phrases so my answer might be a little off track, but i believe that you could say something to the lines of, "Ever since J

Which words are used as past participles?

For regular verbs the past participle is always verb +  ed. eg walked talked listened.    For irregular verbs the past participle can be    the same as the base
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When to use past participle worn?

The past participle is used when forming these tenses: present perfect - I have worn this shirt for days. he has worn his shirt all week. past perfect - He had worn his sh