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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #127836: Irregular verbs and past participles
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    Irregular verbs and past participles

    Write the verbs in brackets into their past participle.

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    English exercise "Irregular verbs and past participles" created by chocolatcitron with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from chocolatcitron]
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    1. Shirley had been (AWAKE) earlier in the morning because...

    2. ... a neighbour of her has (DRIVE) too fast and ran his car into the wall.

    3. Henry had (FORGET) to learn his lessons, and had been once more punished.

    4. All these fireguards have (SPRING) on their feet when their Captain sounded the fire alarm.

    5. The Pursons' safe has been (STEAL) again (their jewels and money)... So, they must go to the Police station. Their house is too much flashy.

    6. A secret message is (WRITE) with some lemon juice. You need some heater to read it clearly.

    7. Poor dog, it has been (BITE) by a fox, and must be disinfected, sewed and vaccined at the vet's.

    8. Do you know that only few species of frogs can be (FREEZE) several times without freezing to death?

    9. She couldn't listen at him, as she was (SINK) into deep thoughts...

    10. Hey, you, guys, haven't you been (TEACH) to be polite towards the others when you speak to them ?

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