'take care of' is a phrasal verb so 'taken care of' is the past participle.example sentences:present perfectI have taken care of your cats while you were in hospital.She has taken care of me since I was a child.My father has taken care of the debt.present continuousI am taking care of my sister because my mother is sick.The telephone company is taking care of the problem
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If it needs to be taken care of right now, then you should go to the emergency room or urgent care clinic.
It sounds like a bladder infection, which could become a serious problem if not taken care of. Go see your doctor. If it's a bladder infection, it can easily be taken care of with antibiotics. If it is something else, they will find it.
They are taken care of by the mother.
There is not any specific problem associated with a ferret as long as they are taken care of properly they can live a long, healthy life
ABOUT 63,000 ARE WELL TAKEN CARE OF.
Plan a strategy to solve a problem and then implement your strategy to get the problem taken care of.
Call Center is a place where services are rented to the customers, where customers queries and problem are taken care of and outsourcing is done
It is just the convention in English to apply past tense only once. I care, I cared I do care, I did care I took care, I have taken care in all instances the past tense is applied only once, at the first opportunity.
I have read it is a problem with the ignition coil.Even if the coil seems O.K.
chimp babies are taken care of their mothers for 8 to 7 years