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How to use the irregular verb fall?



 
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How to use the irregular verb fall? #1 (permalink) Tue Oct 16, 2007 22:22 pm   How to use the irregular verb fall?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #263 "Irregular Verbs Test (11)", question 10

The soldier ......... the heavy backpack over his shoulder.

(a) sling
(b) slung
(c) slinging

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #263 "Irregular Verbs Test (11)", answer 10

The soldier slung the heavy backpack over his shoulder.

Correct answer: (b) slung

Your answer was: correct
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hi my name is cris and my question is can i say (he was fall?)

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How to use the irregular verb fall? #2 (permalink) Tue Oct 16, 2007 22:32 pm   How to use the irregular verb fall?
 

No, but you can say:

- He was falling (past continuous)
- He has fallen (present perfect)
- He fell (simple past).
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