"Flew" or "Flown" - which word will make this sentence grammatically correct?
The sentence: "Players from all over the world have flew/flown hundreds and some even thousands of miles to participate at this LAN event."
Flown is the past participle form of the word Fly, an irregular verb. Here are the other forms:
Players from all over the world fly / will fly hundreds of miles... Present and Future tense: fly
Players from all over the world flew hundreds of miles... Past tense: flew
Players from all over the world are flying / were flying... Present Participle: flying
Players from all over the world have flown... Past Particple: flown
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