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is the following statement a regular or irregular verb and why.

John has become a rather good actor.
4b. John has became a rather good actor

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  1. 4a. is the correct form of the irregular verb become.

    The presence of the helping verb, "has," means we must use the past participle, "become."

    The principal parts are:

    Present: The sweet little boys become monsters when they get together.

    Past: Yesterday these boys became monsters when they got together.

    Past Participle: Those boys have become monsters many times.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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