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Write, Wrote, Written

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Time to do a quick review of the irregular verb write.

Write is the present simple tense: "Write your name on this paper"

Wrote is the past simple tense.

Written is the past participle.

Easy! Easy! Easy! Don't you agree? Complete the sentences using the correct verb.

Like this exercise? Then try Ride, Rode, Ridden and Eat, Ate, Eaten.

  • 1 - using this black pen.
  • 2 - I to her yesterday.
  • 3 - She's a journalist. She for a national newspaper.
  • 4 - Have they to you yet?
  • 5 - I've been trying to a book.
  • 6 - They've been to each other for years.
  • 7 - Did she anything else?
  • 8 - Where's that letter that John ?


Comments

Write-Wrote-Written

Smile Without mistakes. Thank you. Such a nice review.

WRITE

Mistake - in the last sentence Worried Why is it not WRITTEN????
Thank you for review Smile

Example of 'written':

Where is that letter that John has written?

Where is that letter that John wrote?

Don't know how to explain it.

english - grammar

So the answer is - she writes for the.......

believe me

I got the feeling that I'm getting better

no mistakes

no mistakes

sandhy

Question

I didn't understand(maybe I don't know the rule), but why is

"Did she WRITE anything else?"

Instead of

"Did she WRITES anything else?"

Oh, sorry - it was next topic in my grammar book. :) Now I know the rule about "Did you...?"