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Whatis the present, past and perfect tense of the verb "to wake up"?
Here's the conjugation:

Present: "They wake up" and "She wakes up."

Past: Either "She woke up" or "She waked up."

Past participle (or past perfect): Either "She has waked up" or "She has woken up."

Either one of those past participle forms seems a bit odd to my ear, but that's what the authorities say.

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