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Spanish Irregular Past Participles

A past participle (el participio) is a very useful form of a verb which can function as an adjective, a predicative, or as a verb in conjunction with haber to form the perfect tenses. Regular Past Participle Forms To form the past participle of regular verbs, drop the infinitive ending (-ar, -er, -ir) and add -ado to the stem of -ar verbs and -ido to the stem of -er and -ir verbs. This is equivalent to adding -ed to many verbs in English. 1. The Perfect Tenses This is the most common use of the…
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abierto
abrir (to open; opened)
muerto
morir (to die; died)
puesto
poner (to put; put)
cubierto
cubrir (to cover; covered)
descrito
describir (to describe; described)
dicho
decir (to say; said)
roto
romper (to break; broken)
escrito
escribir (to write; written)
resuelto
resolver (to resolve, solve; resolved)
hecho
hacer [to have (done); done]
visto
ver (to see; seen)
vuelto
volver (to return, come back, turn over/round/inside out; returned)
devuelto
devolver (returned item)
frito
freír (to fry; fried)
descubierto
descubrir (to discover; discovered)

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