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What form of verb should be used after "been" or "was"?
When you use was or been you are creating a past participle, so you need to use the past participle form of the verb.
- Incorrect example: it was wrote
- Correct example: it was written
The same rule applies with the past perfect:
- Incorrect example: it had been knew
- Correct example: it had been known