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What is the difference or wrong between "I have spoke, I had spoken, I speak, I spoke"?

For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Language



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    These are some of the different affirmative forms of the verb' to speak', one of the irregular verbs in English.
    I speak = Present simple tense. I spoke =Past simple tense. I have spoken =Present perfect tense. I had spoken=Past perfect tense (the past participle is 'spoken' not 'spoke').

    You don't say "I have spoke". The others are correct.

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