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Ride, Rode, Ridden

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A few days ago we looked at how to use eat, ate, eaten. From what I can see, it was a pretty popular exercise and you must feel that it's important to review the basics.

Let's try another irregular verb, ride.

Ride is the present simple.

Rode is the past simple.

Ridden is the past participle.

Now then, complete the sentences with the correct verb.

How many did you get correct?

  • 1 - How old were you when you learned to ___ a bike?





  • 2 - Did you ___ all this way in the rain this morning?





  • 3 - I usually ___ to work every day.





  • 4 - She only ___ her bikes for exercise.





  • 5 - I'll never forget the time we ___ elephants in Thailand.





  • 6 - When was the last time you ___ a bike?





  • 7 - I've been ___ this bike for years. I should get a new one.





  • 8 - This bike was first ___ by my grandfather 80 years ago.





  • 9 - Start ___ your bike to work if you want to lose weight.





  • 10 - I've never ___ a horse before.