Irregular Verbs Exercise 3

This irregular verbs grammar exercise allows you to practice past participle forms of irregular verbs.

You can find a list of common irregular verbs here.

Fill in the blanks with the past participle form of the verb given in the brackets.

Irregular verbs – Grammar Exercise for classes 5, 6 and 7

1. Arun wasn’t there. He had ……………. (go) to the market.
2. I have already …………….. (have) my lunch.
3. This is the first time you have ………………. (do) something good.
4. They have …………………. (begin) working on the project.
5. I have …………………. (keep) this secret for years.
6. I have never ………………… (drive) a motorbike.
7. The cat has ………………….. (drink) all the milk.
8. He has ………………. (be) ill all week.
9. The boys had ………………. (eat) all the cookies.
10. I have never ………………. (feel) like this.
11. I had ……………….. (lend) him hundred rupees.
12. I haven’t ………………. (find) my tablet yet.
13. The birds have ……………… (fly) south for the winter.
14. They have finally …………….. (come)
15. They have ………………. (forget) us.
16. His condition had ………………. (become) worse.
17. You have ……………….. (buy) a lot of books.
18. Have you …………….. (choose) the colour yet?
19. She had ……………… (bring) her nieces to the party.
20. Have you ever …………………. (drink) ginger tea?
21. She has ……………… (give) me some lovely gifts.
22. Have you ……………… (hear) anything from him?
23. I have ………………. (know) him for a long time.
24. Why have they ………………. (leave) early?

Answers

1. Arun wasn’t there. He had gone to the market.
2. I have already had my lunch.
3. This is the first time you have done something good.
4. They have begun working on the project.
5. I have kept this secret for years.
6. I have never driven a motorbike.
7. The cat has drunk all the milk.
8. He has been ill all week.
9. The boys had eaten all the cookies.
10. I have never felt like this.
11. I had lent him hundred rupees.
12. I haven’t found my tablet yet.
13. The birds have flown south for the winter.
14. They have finally come.
15. They have forgotten us.
16. His condition had become worse.
17. You have bought a lot of books.
18. Have you chosen the colour yet?
19. She had brought her nieces to the party.
20. Have you ever drunk ginger tea?
21. She has given me some lovely gifts.
22. Have you heard anything from him?
23. I have known him for a long time.
24. Why have they left early?

You can find more grammar exercises here.

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