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Past Participle Tense

Irregular Verbs ( 1 )

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By the time we arrived, the children had (eat) all the chocolate.
Answer eaten
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I'd (lend) my umbrella to John, so I got wet.
Answer lent
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3
Have you (think) about changing jobs?
Answer thought
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He has (teach) hundreds of students during his career.
Answer taught
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We've already (have) lunch.
Answer had
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The books had (fall) off the table and were all over the floor.
Answer fallen
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This was the first time she had (do) her homework.
Answer done
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8
Have you (choose) your university yet?
Answer chosen
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9
I've (give) some money to Julia.
Answer given
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I have never (see) such a beautiful view.
Answer seen
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He'd thought he had (understand) but now he realized he'd made a mistake.
Answer understood
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12
I have (write) three essays this week.
Answer written
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Had you (hear) of this band before you came to the USA?
Answer heard
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She had (wear) her blue dress many times.
Answer worn
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John had never (speak) English before he came to London.
Answer spoken
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They have (send) Christmas cards to all their friends.
Answer sent
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She has never (let) her daughter have a boyfriend.
Answer let
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18
I'd (get) a lovely new bike for my birthday, so I was keen to try it.
Answer gotten
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19
They have (begin) painting the living room.
Answer begun
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I'm sorry I'm so tired. I haven't (sleep) .
Answer slept
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21
She'd (bring) a cake to the party, but we didn't eat it.
Answer brought
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22
It had (take) three hours to reach the station, so they had missed the train.
Answer taken
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23
It had (become) very cold, so we went inside.
Answer become
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He has never (drive) a motorbike before.
Answer driven
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Julie wasn't at home. She had (go) to the shops.
Answer gone
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