Principal Parts of the verb

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Help me, tell me if I am right.

1. The wife of the mayor has ( bore--born--borne) twins.

I say borne is the correct word

2. Yesterday he ( began--begun) his work before sunup.
I say---began

3. My father has ( forbid--forbade--forbidden) my going.

I say--forbid

4. The wind always (blow--blows--blew) whenever there is a storm.
I say---blows
5. The police ( catch--catches--caught) the theif before he could escape.
I say--caught
 

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For #3 say has forbidden. The rest are correct.
 

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Re: Verbs

raelynn said:
Thank you.

You're welcome.

(Note: It's forbid, forbade, has/have forbidden.)

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As everyone knows,
When it storms, the wind blows.

:)
 
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