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    proven...proved

    Hi,

    Is "proven" correct below?


    It was proved/proven to be true.


    It was a proven remedy.
    Is this correct, too ?


    Best,


    frostedminiwheats

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    Re: proven...proved

    Both 'proved' and 'proven' are possible in the first. 'Proved' is unlikely in the second.

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    Re: proven...proved

    Thank you, sir.

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