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    Red face PAST OF FIFHT???

    PLEASE PUT PAST AND PAST PARTICIPLE.

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    Re: PAST OF FIFHT???

    Quote Originally Posted by Ninoska View Post
    PLEASE PUT PAST AND PAST PARTICIPLE.
    Do you mean "fight"? If so, it's "fought" "fought".

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    Re: PAST OF FIFHT???

    On the other hand, if you indeed mean 'fifht', then it's probably 'foufht/foufht'.
    Last edited by 5jj; 14-Jun-2012 at 19:45. Reason: typo

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    Re: PAST OF FIFHT???

    I never pass a fifth.

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    Re: PAST OF FIFHT???

    and for FORM???

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    Re: PAST OF FIFHT???

    Quote Originally Posted by Ninoska View Post
    and for FORM???
    Ninoska, we like to help with problems. We are not a replacement for any basic grammar or coursebook, or for common sense. What do you think the past simple and past participle of this verb might be?

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