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Gone versus went #1 (permalink) Mon Oct 30, 2006 14:59 pm   Gone versus went
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #83 "Past Participle Sentences", question 10

When he finally arrived, his date had already ..........

(a) going
(b) go
(c) went
(d) gone

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #83 "Past Participle Sentences", answer 10

When he finally arrived, his date had already gone.

Correct answer: (d) gone

Your answer was: incorrect
When he finally arrived, his date had already went.
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Past perfect #2 (permalink) Mon Oct 30, 2006 15:08 pm   Past perfect
 

In the test sentence, we need the past participle of 'go' as the tense required is the past perfect (had + past participle).
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