So far we have looked at three verb forms: the present form, the past form, and the infinitive/base form. Verbs have two further forms which we will look at now.
 The old lady is writing a play
 The film was produced in Hollywood
The verb form writing in  is known as the -ing form, or the -ING PARTICIPLE form acheter generique viagra. In , the verb form produced is called the -ed form, or -ED PARTICIPLE form.
Many so-called -ed participle forms do not end in -ed at all:
The film was written by John Brown
The film was bought by a British company
The film was made in Hollywood
All of these forms are called -ed participle forms, despite their various endings. The term “-ed participle form” is simply a cover term for all of these forms.
The -ed participle form should not be confused with the -ed inflection which is used to indicate the past tense of many verbs.
We have now looked at all five verb forms. By way of summary, let us bring them together and see how they look for different verbs. For convenience, we will illustrate only the third person singular forms (the forms which agree with he/she/it) of each verb. Notice that some verbs have irregular past forms and -ed forms.
|Base/Infinitive Form||Present Tense Form||Past Tense Form||–ing Form||
|cook||he cooks||he cooked||he is cooking||he has cooked|
|walk||he walks||he walked||he is walking||he has walked|
|take||he takes||he took||he is taking||he has taken|
|bring||he brings||he brought||he is bringing||he has brought|
|be||he is||he was||he is being||he has been|