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Please explain regular and irregular verb in this sentence below:

. John has become a rather good actor

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    The verb is has become.

    HAS is the helping (or auxiliary verb) and its principal parts are have, has, had. BECOME is the main verb and its parts are become, became, has become.

    Both has and become are irregular.

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