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there family has went to yellowstone national park

This is the sentence that I have to correct and I keep getting it wrong. I need help.

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    Their family has gone to Yellowstone National Park.

    Note that "their" is possessive.

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    Thank Ms. Sue. I thought went should still be in the sentence and I kept getting it wrong on the DLR sheet.

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    The verb, "gone" is the past participle of go.

    She goes to Hirsch High School.

    She has gone to Hirsch for three years.

    Her mother went to Hirsch 20 years ago.

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    use context clues to determine the meaning of the boled words below

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