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This worksheet provides important practice with those tricky past participle nouns. Students will enjoy the fun "story" contained in the practice sentences with the surprisingly funny ending.
Provide the past participle form of each present tense verb.
1. No one could have (know) _____________ the terrible disaster that awaited.
2. None of us would have (think) ________________ this could ever happened.
could not have (predict) _________________ this calamity.
4. It was as if lightning had (strike) __________________.
5. This problem should never have (arise) ________________.
we should have (see) ________________ it coming.
could have (do) _______________ something.
8. Maybe I could have (find) ________________ a solution.
9. Mom could have (ask) ________________ a neighbor for help.
10. My brother could have (go) _____________ to the store.
could have (got) _________________ something to prevent this problem.
could have (bring) ________________ back exactly what was needed.
should have gone with him and (choose) ________________ just the right thing.
in the end, no one had (give) _________________ any thought to stopping it from
15. That is why we have now (run) ________________ out of ice cream!
Write your own sentences on the back for the past participle forms of drive, write and swing.
Proceed with Caution! - Students need great spelling skills AND they need to carefully read and follow directions to successfully complete this fun page!
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