What is the past participle of 'tear'?
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Answer and Explanation:
The past participle of the word ''tear'' is the word ''torn.'' As a past participle, the word ''torn'' is used to denote that the tearing action...
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Discover what a verb form is. Learn about various verb forms with examples, such as participle forms and infinitive forms. Review a list of verb forms.