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1.Before she followed the white rabbit through the tiny door, Alice has (shrank, shrunk) to a very small size!
2.Vulcan's hammer (rang, rung) as he worked metal for the Roman gods.
3.Not only have I never (rode, ridden) a roller coaster, but I probably never will.

1.shrunk
2.rang
3.ridden

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