if you had seen me, you should have stopped your car and come to help me.

Is the above sentence correct or do I need to replace come with came?


The sentence is correct. Since the sentence has 'should have' followed by a verb the verb should be in the V3 form or the past participle of come which is 'come'. An example could be- You should have stopped your car at the shop and looked outside to see me.

  • P.S.I would be thankful if you could let me know the name of the book your posted questions are from. – amit Jan 2 '18 at 19:43
  • Plint to Paramount ;) – user212388 Jan 3 '18 at 0:07

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