Overview of All English Tenses - Present Tenses - Present Perfect - Irregular Verbs

 

As mentioned earlier, to form this tense, we have to use a special form of the verb. Technically it's called the past participle form with irregular verbs. Of course these past participle forms change quite a bit from its base form of the verb. Here are a few examples 'go' moves to 'gone', 'be' moves to 'been', 'write' to 'written', 'speak' to 'spoken' and 'read'. Although very confusing for the non-native speaker, doesn't change its spelling, but does change its pronunciation, resulting in 'read' going to 'read'.


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I have learned; When a teacher has a positive and engaging attitude in the lesson,the students respond with a high level of participations.A teacher will be positive and smiles.A teacher should not say : ''the material is very easy and anyone can do it.''This makes students feel reluctant to participant for fear of answering incorrectly.As a teacher we should learn the students' names and involves all of the students in the lesson.The attitude that the teacher comes into class with will have a profoundeffect on the success of the lesson.