8. Julie wasn’t at home, she had gone to the shops. Present participle                   B. A participle is a verb form that can be used as an adjective. Directions: Underline the participle or participial phrase in each sentence. ID: 935996 Language: English School subject: English as a Second Language (ESL) Grade/level: Intermediate Age: 11+ Main content: Past Participle Other contents: Add to my workbooks (10) Download file pdf Add to Google Classroom Add to Microsoft Teams (swam- irregular use) 6. This was the first time she had done her homework 4. (walked) Jenna swam in the race yesterday. Past participle C. Very often the past participle is formed by adding the –ed suffix to a verb, but this isn’t the general rule for all past participles. The past participle is a verb that used to describe a finished, hence the word “past” in the name. She must have been late. ID: 24027 Language: English School subject: English as a Second Language (ESL) Grade/level: Pre-intermediate Age: 18+ Main content: Irregular verbs Other contents: Past and past participle Add to my workbooks (261) Download file pdf Embed in my website or blog Add to Google Classroom GRAMMAR WORKSHEET ALL Things Grammar Language Focus Modals of Probability (also called ‘Modals of Speculation’) for talking about the past Level Intermediate ANSWER KEY 1. I have been sick all week. Answers: 1. All the … Roger walked to the hotel yesterday. 3. They have begun painting the living room. We’ve already had lunch. A. 5. 2. Identify gerunds-participles Worksheet-5  See the underlined word and identify it: He is walking very fast, isnâ t he? 1. A collection of English ESL Participles worksheets for home learning, online practice, distance learning and English classes to teach about 2. We have kept this secret for three years. He has never driven a motorbike before. I saw my friend run quickly to school. 7. A participial phrase consists of a participle together with its modifiers and compliments. (The whole participial phrase is used as an adjective.)