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Underline the correct verb form to complete each sentence.
2. Has the ice (froze, frozen) on the pond?

5. The baby has (broke, broken) the toy.
Which one would be correct for each sentence? Because it seems to me that they both make sense.

Help appreciated. :)

  • English - ,

    You need to learn and understand the principle parts of these (and other) irregular verbs.

    Present tense: freeze, break
    Past tense: froze, broke
    Past participle; (has) frozen, (has broken)

    Which do you think is the correct verb form for each sentence?

  • English - ,

    So you mean whenever there is a had, has or have in a sentence. I use the the past partiple?

  • English - ,

    Yes. You've got it! Here are some more examples:

    I have written her an email.
    The child has begun to learn to read.
    He has swum in several state meets.
    Dad had just lain down for a nap when the phone rang.

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