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The girls have shown their report cards to their parents. A)past B)present participle C)past participle
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User: The girls have shown their report cards to their parents. A)past B)present participle C)past participle

Weegy: A)past; shown
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The girls have shown their report cards to their parents. "Shown" is a past participle.
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