Ahobart12160
  • Ahobart12160
The tide will have _____ four feet by the end of the day. A.) rose B.) rosed C.) rised D.) risen
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Mehek14
  • Mehek14
\(\bf{will~have\rightarrow{future~perfect~tense}}\)
Mehek14
  • Mehek14
do you have any idea which one is the future perfect for rise?
nevermind_justschool
  • nevermind_justschool
The dead man rose from his grave, rose is in the ____ tense Rosed is not a word. Rised is not a word. The sun has risen, it's a new day. Risen is the _____ tense When you find the answers to these easy questions you'll find the answer to your question, remember -en- is usually used is the PAST TENSE.

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Ahobart12160
  • Ahobart12160
Thank you! I really didn't have an idea, things like that confuse me.. haha
nevermind_justschool
  • nevermind_justschool
What I find helpful when you have a question on tenses the thing that helps me most is to say the sentence out loud. :)

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