#EngQuiz: Irregular Past Participles (2)

​Today I will give you exercises about irregular past participle.

Give the correct form of irregular past participle for the word in the parentheses.

  1. Why has Jim (leave) already?

  2. She has (know) about the problem for three months.

  3. I have (give) some money to Jess.

  4. Have you (choose) your university yet?

  5. The weather had (become) very cold, so we went inside.

  6. Don’t worry! We haven’t (forget) about the meeting.

  7. She has finally (come).

  8. I have (be) looking for ages, but I haven’t (find) any keys yet.

  9. The books had (fall) off the table, and were over the floor.

  10. By the time we arrived, the children had (eat) the chocolate.

  11. We have (keep) this secret for three years.

  12. They have (begin) painting the room.

  13. This was the first time he had (do) his homework.

  14. Mom wasn’t home, she had (go) to the supermarket.

  15. I have (hang) the clothes in the hanger.

Answers: 1. Left; 2. Known; 3. Given; 4. Chosen; 5. Become; 6. Forgotten; 7. Come; 8. Been, Found; 9. Fallen; 10. Eaten; 11. Kept; 12. Begun; 13. Done; 14. Gone; 15. Hung.

Compiled and written by @sherlydarmali for @EnglishTips4U on Sunday, January 29, 2017.

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