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helping verbs in the past tense

irregular-verbs-examples The link above describes some irregular verbs that require helping verbs (i.e., she had begun work before I arrived). I am trying to confirm whether one can choose to use a ...
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What is the difference between “I've got” and “I've gotten”?

My friend sent me a document via Email and I wanted to confirm that I got it. Then I had doubt between writing to him "I've got it" (simple past) or "I've gotten it" (past participle). What is the ...
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Correct form of the irregular verb in this context

Have you ever eaten that steak? (Correct I assume) Normally I guess people would say "Have you had that steak" or "Have you had that juice?" And I'm inclined to think that the verb to be used is the ...
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How to differentiate between regular and irregular verbs

As I know that in regular verbs we put 'ed' and in irregular verb we do not put 'ed' while changing it into the past or past participle. But for anyone who does not know about the 2nd and 3rd form of ...