The verb they've given you is wrong; you need to find the correct form of it.
Past participle: Spoken.
I speak, I spoke, I have spoken.
If it's used with a helping verb such as 'have', it's likely a past participle. The appropriate word here is 'spoken'.
thank you very much do you think you can help me with the rest
If you'll write out the rest of your sentences, including what verb form you think is correct, someone here will be happy to give you feedback.
thx here they are
3.who (see) your solar calculator last?
4.the senoir choir has (sing) a melody of melodies.
5.our lawn mower (run)out of gas before i finished the lawn.
First, let's turn the sentence around to make it a statement.
You have (speak) to anyone about your vacation plans.
Since there's a helping verb, have, you need to use the past participle of speak.
The sentence should be --
Have you spoken to anyone about your vacation plans.
3. Who (see) your solar calculator last?
4. The senior choir has (sing) a melody of melodies.
5. Our lawn mower (run)out of gas before I finished the lawn.
What are YOUR choices for these? The principal parts for each of those verbs is as follows:
see, saw, seen
sing, sung, sung
run, ran, run
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