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How were the horse driven in past?
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Asked in Verbs, Past Tenses, Present Tenses
How do you form the verb in the present perfect tense?
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What are examples of present past and past participles?
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What is the past and the past participle form of drive?
Asked in Verbs, Past Tenses
What is the past tense and past participle of drive?
Asked in Past Tenses, Comparisons
Comparison between the past and past perfect?
"Perfect" means "completed". (Think "perfected".) Past: Yesterday I drove. (I might still be driving.) Present Perfect: I have driven many times. (It's assumed I've finished driving. This is present perfect because I am now in the state of having driven.) Past Perfect: I told him that I had driven many times. (This is past perfect because I was in the past in the state of having driven.)
Asked in Auto Insurance Claims, Auto Accidents
Who is at fault when you have reversed out of an angled parking space and then a car that has driven past you backs up and reverses into you?
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What part of speech is the word driven?
Asked in Verbs, Grammatical Tenses
What is the Present past and past participle of drive?
Asked in Present Tenses
What is the past and present participle for drive?
Am looking for a 6ft or 7ft hay cutter wheel driven (horse drawen)?
Asked in Middle Ages
What was the main transportation in the medieval times?
What is the correct pronoun to replace the nouns in this sentence Many guests were attracted to the horse-driven carts?
The pronoun that takes the place of the noun 'guests' is they, as the subject of the sentence: "They were attracted to the horse-driven carts." The pronoun that takes the place of the noun phrase 'horse-driven carts' is them as the object of the preposition 'to': "Many guests were attracted to them."