6th grade english
posted by Suzanne on .
Is "reminds" a present, present participle, past, or past participle?
Kim "reminds" Robin of their five days
The word "reminds" is not a participle of any kind. It's the present tense main verb in that sentence. Participles for this verb are "reminding" (present participle) and "reminded"(past participle).
You can find these parts of just about any verb by looking it up in any good dictionary or online dictionary. This is a reliable online dictionary: http://www.dictionary.com
it is present
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