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The homework is asking for the Present Tense, Past Tense, Active Form, Noun & Adjective Form for the word Accomplish.

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    ACCOMPLISH

    Present tense: accomplish
    Past tense: accomplished
    Active: accomplish
    Noun: accomplishment
    Adjective: accomplished

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