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I amlot confused witht the participle form of the verb.Can you please explain when I should use an 'ed' form and when I should use an 'ing' form of participle

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This is not possible to explain brief. You must learn past participle and perfect tenses.

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I amlot confused witht the participle form of the verb.Can you please explain when I should use an 'ed' form and when I should use an 'ing' form of participle


For the most part, you will not be choosing between -ed and -ing verb forms (participles) but you must understand how the GMAT uses participles as Verbs, Modifiers and even Nouns - it can be very tricky to keep them straight..

Can you explain your confusion in greater detail? Providing some examples where the participles are confusing to you would be helpful (notice how I used a participle - providing - as a noun here).

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