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    Grammar

    Hi there

    Iam almost an upper intermediate in English
    I want to know what is the difference between using

    You have become
    you have became

    the second question is
    how to use come or came using the have or had

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    Re: Grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by skidwai2 View Post
    Hi there

    Iam almost an upper intermediate in English
    I want to know what is the difference between using

    You have become
    you have became
    Easy. The difference is that the first is right and the second is wrong.
    the second question is
    how to use come or came using the have or had
    After have or had you never use 'came'; it is a simple past - and as it's simple it doesn't need (and can't have) an auxiliary. The same goes for 'became'.
    b

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