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

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

Help appreciated. :)

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  1. 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?

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

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  3. 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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