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Which is correct?I haven't drank a soda in years.I haven't drunk a soda in years.I was going to say.... "I haven't had soda to drink in years." But I can hear people saying "I haven't drunk a soda in years," regardless of it's being incorrect. But then I decided to google the question. And guess what? There's actually an answer to it. “He hasn't drunk” is correct. The form “drunk” is the past participle of the verb “drink” and is used with the present perfect and past perfect (“hasn't” and “hadn't”) tenses. The form “drank” is the simple past of the verb “drink” and is not used with the perfect tenses. “Drink” is present. https://www.quora.com/I-havent-drank-or-drunk-my-morning-cof...=sheila
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