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Perfect Participles

Participles | Past Participle | Perfect Participle | Present Participle

What is the perfect participle?

The perfect participle indicates completed action. You form the perfect participle by putting the present participle having in front of the past participle.

For example:-

having done, having finished, having read, having spoken

It can be used to form the passive voice.

For example:-

Having improved her English Pia's promotion prospects were much better.

Here is a comprehensive list of irregular verbs.

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