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    Did not even finished or finish?

    Hi,

    This is a really really simple question but it confuses me a bit.
    Should it be

    1) She did not even finished her chores; OR
    2) She did not even finish her chores.

    It's supposed to be written in an essay, hence past tense.

    How about

    1) She did not finished her chores; OR
    2) She did not finish her chores. [Again, in an essay using past tense]

    I think it should be 'Did not finish' but am not sure as the entire essay is supposed to be in all past tense.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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    Re: Did not even finished or finish?

    2 and 2 are right.

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