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"We have wrote a letter" or "we have written a letter"?

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We have wrote a letter

This phrase is incorrect. The past participle of the verb "write" is "written," not "wrote."

The correct form is "we have written a letter." Use the past participle form "written" with the auxiliary verb "have."

Alternatives:

  • we wrote a letter
  • we have written a letter
  • we had written a letter
  • we will have written a letter
  • we would have written a letter

we have written a letter

This phrase is correct and commonly used in English.

Use this phrase when referring to the action of writing a letter that has been completed in the past. The past participle form of the verb "write" is "written."

Examples:

  • We have written a letter to our neighbors.
  • They have written a letter of complaint to the company.
  • She has written a letter to her friend overseas.
  • He has written a letter of recommendation for his colleague.
  • The students have written a letter to the principal.

Alternatives:

  • we wrote a letter
  • we had written a letter
  • we will have written a letter
  • we would have written a letter
The correct phrase is "we have written a letter." The verb "write" is an irregular verb, and its past participle form is "written." Therefore, the correct form to use with the auxiliary verb "have" is "written."

Last updated: March 11, 2024

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