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I have an argument with my girlfriend about this sentence :

"I have not drunk enough water today"

But I would rather say :

"I have not drank enough water today"

What do you think? We're struggling with a grammar book and can't find the answer

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    In particular, see the first section of the duplicate target. Consult a dictionary to help you figure out which form is drank and which drunk.
    – user3395
    Commented Sep 24, 2018 at 19:11
  • Stick with "drunk".
    – BillJ
    Commented Sep 24, 2018 at 19:19
  • Makou - I'm a native & I couldn't tell you why it's 'drunk' but it is. Good luck ;-) Commented Sep 24, 2018 at 19:26

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The tense of your sentence is present perfect and you have to use have + past participle of the verb "drink". The simple past of "drink" is drank and the past participle is drunk, so the correct form of your sentence will be:

I have not drunk enough water today

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