When using the perfect tenses of verbs, it’s necessary to add a/an

When using the perfect tenses of verbs, it's necessary to add a/an a. irregular verb. b. infinitive. c. verb. d. suffix.

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The answer is Helping verb. 
When using the perfect tenses of verbs, it’s necessary to add a C. Helping verb

The answer is a

A, a suffix. here- have a motivational fluffy child.
When using the perfect tenses of verbs, it's necessary to add a/an         
Although your question is incomplete, I believe I know what you want to know.
The suffix used for perfect tenses of verbs is -ed/-d.
However, this only refers to regular verbs: if a regular verb ends in a consonant, you add the suffix -ed such as in work - worked. If a verb ends in a vowel, such as in believe, you just add the suffix -d: believe - believed.
On the other hand, if a verb is irregular, you have to memorize the forms by heart because each irregular verb is different.
B. Suffix is the answer
I believe the answer is D. Suffix
I meant it was c The helping verbs
If it’s a vowel sound then use “an”
If it’s NOT a vowel sound then use “a”
It is necessary to add a helping verb.

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