#EngQuiz: Irregular Past Participle

Hi fellas, happy halloween! How was your weekend, spooky and scary enough? :)

Today we will talk about irregular past participle.

The past participle, also sometimes called the passive or perfect participle, is identical to past tense form (in -ed) in the case of regular verbs, but takes various forms in the case of irregular verbs.

To practice irregular past participle, I will give you some exercises.

Begin your response with “I have never … ”

E.g. Go to that clinic.

–> I have never gone to that clinic.

1. Wear a kimono. –> I have never …

2. Forget your name. –> I have never …

3. Build a house. –> I have never …

4. Feed a lion. –> I have never …

5. Hold a snake. –> I have never …

6. Steal anything. –> I have never …

7. Sleep in a tent. –> I have never …

8. Win a lottery. –> I have never …

9. Make apple pie. –> I have never …

10. Ride a horse. –> I have never …

11. Read that book. –> I have never …

12. Buy a designer bag. –> I have never …

13. Break a window. –> I have never …

14. Drive a truck. –> I have never …

15. See that movie. –> I have never …
Answers: 1. Worn; 2. Forgotten; 3. Built; 4. Fed; 5. Held; 6. Stolen; 7. Slept; 8. Won; 9. Made; 10. Ridden; 11. Read; 12. Bought; 13. Broken; 14. Driven; 15. Seen.
That’s all for today fellas. See you next sunday.

Compiled and written by @sherlydarmali for @EnglishTips4U on Sunday, October 30, 2016.

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