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    Default Syntax-Urgent (part 2)

    hai there..again i have the same question to be asked.
    Actualy i have found a sentence which is wirtten as "it has come to the end".Mostly, i have found this kind of sentence in English journels-and the journels have their editors! So my question is- i think is should be written as " it has came to then end" rather than "has come".Do i correct?
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    Default Re: Syntax-Urgent (part 2)

    The present perfect form of a verb looks like this,

    HAVE + participle
    have done, has done
    have gone, has gone
    have eaten, has eaten
    have written, has written

    The participle for "come" is "come".
    Present tense: come
    Past tense: came
    Participle: come
    Present Perfect: have come, has come.

    Hope that helps.

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    Default Re: Syntax-Urgent (part 2)

    thanks. It helps me so very much

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