To make the present perfect, you need to use HAVE + PAST PARTICIPLE. The past participles of most verbs are formed using -ED, but some common verbs have unusual past participles. In this exercise, you can test your knowledge of irregular past participles.
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Begin: We're late -- the game has already ______.
Break: Shelley can't go skiing any more. She has ______ her leg.
Become: In the last few years, it has ______ more and more difficult to get into college.
Bring: Duncan's here, and he's ______ some sandwiches!
Choose: She's getting married in a week, and she hasn't ______ her dress yet.
Drink: It's so hot that I've ______ five cans of Coke already this afternoon.
Eat: You've ______ my lunch! How dare you!
Fall: The price of oil has ______ rapidly since January.
Feel: I've never ______ so good!
Hear: Have you ______ about the accident?
Lose: I've ______ my grammar book. Have you seen it?
Put: I found your grammar book under the table. I've ______ it away on the bookshelf.
Run: Jan's out of breath because she's ______ all the way from the bus terminal.
Sell: Have you ______ your car yet?
Show: Stewart hasn't ______ up yet. He must have been delayed.
Sleep: I was so exhausted after the exam that I ______ for twelve hours.
Steal: Someone has ______ my bicycle!
Swim: She's never ______ in the sea before.
Teach: Gerry has ______ English at UVic for many years.
Write: How many pages have you ______ for your homework?