We know what we are, but know not what we may be.
You may think that we’re done with verbs. *laughs* Nope, not yet.644 more words
A while back, I was having a conversation with a friend who was going through a difficult time. He was struggling relationally, vocationally, and financially. And yet, throughout his struggles, he had managed to keep a remarkably clear head about what was most important. 658 more words
Before we explore the present and past perfect tenses, familiarize yourself with past participles.
Past participles are used with the present perfect, past perfect, and present and past perfect continuous tenses. 577 more words
The participles What happened to the participles Oh I’m sorry I’m I’m so sorry Didn’t you hear They passed Yes right there in English 101 it was Some were left dangling Horrible It was simply horrible The students the poor students Some became lost for words others fell mute entirely and still others became Republican presidential candidates I’m sorry I’m I’m so so sorry