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    1. Past participle of “eat”: The past participle of “eat” is “eaten.” For example: “She has eaten dinner.”

    2. Example of a verb in the simple present tense: The simple present tense describes actions that happen regularly or facts that are true in general. An example of a verb in the simple present tense is “go” in the sentence: “He goes to school every day.”

    3. Formation of present continuous tense: The present continuous tense is formed by using the present tense of the verb “to be” (am, is, are) followed by the present participle (-ing form) of the main verb. For example: “They are playing soccer.”

    4. Difference between past simple tense and past participle form: The past simple tense describes actions that happened at a specific point in the past, while the past participle form is used in various tenses, including the past perfect tense, present perfect tense, and passive voice constructions. For example, in the sentence “She had eaten lunch before the meeting” – “had eaten” is the past perfect tense, and “eaten” is the past participle form of the verb “eat.”

    5. Example of a verb in the base form: The base form of a verb is the simplest form of the verb, typically the form you’d find in the dictionary. For example, the base form of “go” is “go.”

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