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Why is "you have forgiven me"?



 
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Why is "you have forgiven me"? #1 (permalink) Tue Jul 08, 2008 22:42 pm   Why is "you have forgiven me"?
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #83 "Past Participle Sentences", question 7

I'm glad to know that you have ......... me for what I have done.

(a) forgive
(b) forgives
(c) forgiven
(d) forgave

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #83 "Past Participle Sentences", answer 7

I'm glad to know that you have forgiven me for what I have done.

Correct answer: (c) forgiven
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y is it not forgiven the correct answer

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Why is "you have forgiven me"? #2 (permalink) Wed Jul 09, 2008 8:32 am   Why is "you have forgiven me"?
 

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'Forgiven' is indeed the correct answer. It is written above your question.
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