The Lost Wedding Ring – The Passive Voice Copy

We all know the infamous three-verb columns: Infinitive, Past Tense and Past Participle, and have learned that the Past Participle is used for the Present Perfect and Past Perfect.

Check out these examples:

“I have bought a new car (Present Perfect); “I had bought a new car” (Past Perfect).

However, the Past Participle is used for the Passive Voice, too, as well as for adjectives. Today our focus is on the Past Participle used as an adjective.

They thought their ring was gone forever.

Check out these examples:

  • The boy is lost
  • The problem is solved
  • The bill is paid
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