Translate past participle | into Italian
In regular verbs, it is the same as the past tense form and is made by adding -ed to the verb stem (or just -d if the verb ends with the letter -e). In irregular verbs, it is formed in different ways.The past participle is used to form a number of tenses:present perfect: I have smiledpast perfect: I had smiledfuture perfect: I shall have smiledIt is also used to form past tenses with modal auxiliaries (I might have smiled, I should have smiled, etc.).
One of the forms of the verb: