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Fly past tense - β–· Past participle of fly







Answer: flew The past tense of fly is flew.









The past participle of fly is flown.





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The hunter flew the hawk at a pigeon.

In baseball, however, flied becomes valid usage.

Simple Past Tense I flew a kite.




β–· Past participle of fly


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