(Participle II) There are some cafes located near our house.
Participle II of the verb, however, was formed without a dental suffix, 3e-bun, and ended in -n like a strong verb.
The present tense forms of these verbs were originally past tense forms, which have acquired the meaning of the pres- ent.
I was confused (Participle II) because the plan was confusing (Participle I).
I can't wait to see him.Three more days and he will be fine.Is he smil ing?(Present Perfect) I had been there before I went there with Mike.
Are you danc ing?
It is not shin ing.
We are not listen ing.
They arlanda express rabatt 2018 lost the forms of the verbals which had sprung up in OE and distinctions between the forms of number and mood in present tense.
Has he / she / it played?She is not ly ing.He is not smil ing.I try not to make noise in case my daughter is doing her homework.The two latter verbs had suppletive forms.You can turn it off.I don't know you anymore!