"Flew" or "Flown" - which word will make this sentence grammatically correct?

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The sentence: "Players from all over the world have flew/flown hundreds and some even thousands of miles to participate at this LAN event."

 

Thank you.

edited Oct 09 '12 at 09:00 iG New member

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flown.

 

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

 

And finally, 

Players from all over the world have flown... Past Particple: flown

link comment edited Oct 09 '12 at 10:15 mysticete Contributor
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Thank you very much.

link comment answered Oct 09 '12 at 10:24 iG New member

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