Meklējot, nenoteiktās nākotnes divdabju veidošanu angļu valodā, atradu labu starptautiskā tīmekļa saiti :
In grammatical analysis, a form of the verb. English has two forms. The present participle ends in -ing; for example, ‘working’ in ‘They are working’ (The verb's tense does not have to be present when the present participle is used, for example ‘they used to be working’). The past participle ends in -ed in regular verbs; for example, ‘trained’ in ‘They have been trained well’. In irregular verbs, the past participle has a special form, for example: drive/driven; light/lit; burn/burned/burnt.