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Partizip Perfekt
past participle n.
Man braucht das Partizip Perfekt zur Bildung des Perfekts, des Plusquamperfekts, Passivs und Futur 2. The past participle agrees with the direct object placed before it.
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Man braucht das Partizip Perfekt zur Bildung des Perfekts, des Plusquamperfekts, Passivs und Futur II. It takes the past participle to form the perfect,... the past imperfect, the passive, and the future perfect.
Nach dem römischen Schriftsteller Plinius leitet sich der Name „Caesar" vom Partizip Perfekt des lateinischen Wortes caedere („ausschneiden"), caesus („geschnitten"), ab. Plutarch records that at one point, Caesar informed the Senate that his honours were more in need of reduction than augmentation, but withdrew this position so as not to appear ungrateful.
Das Partizip Perfekt, also, die vollendete Vergangenheit des Verbs "durchlaufen", "I went through - " Past tense. "The village to continue - "
Und die leidigen Regeln der Partizip-Perfekt-Bildung. And all those terrible rules that govern past participles.
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Par•ti•zip      nt   , -s, -ien     (Gram)   participle  
Partizip I or Präsens      present participle  
Partizip II or Perfekt      past participle  
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past participle
present participle
to be a perfect cook
to settle {or} conclude sth
to speak perfect English ; to speak English perfectly
the contract is signed, sealed and delivered ; the contract is all settled
to clinch the deal ; to settle the matter
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