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What is the third form of prepare?
Verb Forms of Prepare
|(Base) 1st||(Past) 2nd||(Past Participle) 3rd|
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What tense is has been preparing?
Prepare in Present Perfect Continuous Tense
|I have been preparing||We have been preparing|
|You have been preparing||You have been preparing|
|He/She/It has been preparing||They have been preparing|
Do past and past participle?
The base form of the verb is do. The past simple form, did, is the same throughout. The present participle is doing. The past participle is done.
Is preparing past or present?
Prepare verb forms
|Infinitive||Present Participle||Past Tense|
What is the proper form of prepare?
verb (used with object), pre·pared, pre·par·ing. verb (used without object), pre·pared, pre·par·ing. to put things or oneself in readiness; get ready: to prepare for war.
Is preparing a present participle?
The present participle of prepare is preparing. The past participle of prepare is prepared.
What is an example of past participle?
Past participle For example, the past participle of cook is cooked. Past participles formed from irregular verbs may have endings like -en, -t, -d, and -n. Examples include swollen, burnt, hoped, and broken. Some past participles remain the same as the base forms of irregular verbs, like set and cut.
When should I use past participle?
The past participle is generally used with an auxiliary (or helping) verb—has, have, or had—to express the perfect aspect, a verb construction that describes events occurring in the past that are linked to a later time, usually the present.
Has prepared or had prepared?
You have prepared. He/she/it has prepared, Plural We have prepared. You have prepared.
What is noun form of prepare?
preparation. (uncountable) The act of preparing or getting ready. That which is prepared. (countable) A substance, especially a remedy, that is prepared.
What is the adjective for prepare?
preparatory. of or pertaining to preparation, having the purpose of making something or someone ready, preparative.