Correção: I had just getting out of my home

I had just getting out of my home when I meet the most beautiful girl I've ever seen.

Montei essa frase pelo pouco conhecimento da língua inglesa que tenho, e gostaria que alguém com mais conhecimento me corrigisse, caso tenha errado.

Desde já agradeço.

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Avatar do usuário Cinnamon 13180 14 33 287
Não.
O verbo principal utilizado nos tempos perfeitos (presente e passado simples / não contínuo) estão todos no particípio passado. Esse particípio no caso dos verbos irregulares pode variar bastante, veja:

INFINITIVO / PAST PARTICIPLE

SPEAK / SPOKEN
STEAL / STOLEN
GIVE / GIVEN
KNOW / KNWON
GROW / GROWN
CUT / CUT
PUT / PUT

Os dois últimos nem mudam, certo?
Têm que ser decorados mesmo.

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Avatar do usuário OEstudantedeIngles 5420 2 16 105
Sugestão> I had just gotten out of my house when I met the most beautiful girl I've ever seen.
OEstudantedeIngles escreveu:Sugestão> I had just gotten out of my house when I met the most beautiful girl I've ever seen.


Todo verbo conjugado no past perfect tem de ter o sufixo EN?
Avatar do usuário PPAULO 35950 4 32 631
No, it don´t have to be ended with "en" (gotten/seen/eaten/broken/bitten...)
What happens is that you have, by chance, struck some examples with irregular verbs. Including their past participle that is a little "unusual" (not ending in "ed".)

http://image.slidesharecdn.com/dbs-2b-4 ... 1213647421

http://www.englishtown.com.br/blog/gram ... t-perfect/

http://www.myenglishteacher.net/irregular_verbs.html

In such cases, it´s even an advantage. With time when you see a verb conjugated in such way, you will soon conclude that it´s in the present perfect!
Fiz para todo tipo de pessoa possível, 1º, 2º e 3º. Deem uma olhada:

I had just gotten out of my house when I met the most beaultiful girl I've ever senn

We had just gotten out of our house when we met the most beaultiful girl we've ever senn

They had just gotten out of their house when they met the most beaultiful girl they've ever senn

You had just gotten out of your house when you met the most beaultiful girl you've ever senn

He had just gotten out of his house when he met the most beaultiful girl he've ever senn

She had just gotten out of her house when she met the most beaultiful boy she've ever senn
Avatar do usuário PPAULO 35950 4 32 631
Fine. The verb "seen" turned into "senn", but we know it was just a typo. Keep up the good work.
Avatar do usuário OEstudantedeIngles 5420 2 16 105
And the correct form isn't 'she've ever seen". It's 'She's ever seen =)
Avatar do usuário PPAULO 35950 4 32 631
Ooops time!
Where it reads "No, it don´t have to be ended with "en" (gotten/seen/eaten/broken/bitten...)" it should read "No, it doesn´t have to be ended with "en" (gotten/seen/eaten/broken/bitten...)".
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PPAULO escreveu:Fine. The verb "seen" turned into "senn", but we know it was just a typo. Keep up the good work.


Yes, It was a typo. Thank you very much.