Spanish/Past Participle

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Broken, thought, gone, ...

Roto, pensado, ido, ...

The past participle in Spanish is usually the same as the past tense. I thought, I had thought. But sometimes it is the same. I broke, I had broken. In English it is a different conjugation as a rule.

Take the -ar, -er, and -ir ending off of the infinitive and replace it with -ado (-ar verbs) or -ido (-er and -ir verbs).

Regular conjugation examples[edit | edit source]

Pensar >> pensado Comer >> comido Venir >> venido

Irregular conjugation examples[edit | edit source]

Romper >> roto Morir >> muerto