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1.Marina finally (forgived, forgave, will forgive) her sister for snooping around her room. (I think it's "forgave") 2.The house (shook, shaked, shakes) as the airplane rumbled overhead. (I think it's "shook") 3.I (buyed, bought, buy) several items of clothing at the thrift store on Wednesday. (I think it's "bought") 4.She (put, putted, puts) the lotion in her shopping basket and proceeded to the checkout line. (I think it's "put") 5.The prized goose (layed, laid, lay) several golden eggs last night. (I think it's "laid")

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  1. KJ4UTS
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    5.The prized goose (layed, laid, lay) several golden eggs last night. (I think it's "laid") 6.Mr. Batista (teached, taught, taughted) the class how to use correct punctuation. (I think it's "taught") 7.I (drink, drank, will drink) several glasses of sparkling cider instead of champagne on New Year’s Eve next year. (I think it's will "drink") 8.Although Hector (growed, grew, grows) three inches in one year, we still called him “Little Hector.” (I think it's "grew") 9.Yesterday our tour guide (lead, led, will lead) us through the maze of people in Times Square. (I think it's "led") 10.The rock band (burst, bursted, bursts) onto the music scene with their catchy songs. (I think it's "bursted") Please explain if I got any wrong. Thank you!

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    Complete the following sentences by selecting the correct form of the irregular verb in simple present, simple past, or simple future tense.

  3. anonymous
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    I agree on all, but I say that 9 & 10 could also be "lead" and "burst"

  4. KJ4UTS
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    for number 10 i was thinking burst, for number one could it also be "will forgive"? what's the difference between lead and led

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    yeah I think 10 would be "burst", that's what I'd say, but they both could be right. I personally wouldn't use "will forgive" because I think it sounds better with "forgave." Led is the past tense of lead, so I guess it would be "led."

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    ok thank you for your help :)

  7. anonymous
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    you're welcome, glad to help!

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