What is the past tense of have a conversation?

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The past tense of have a conversation is had a conversation.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of have a conversation is has a conversation.

The present participle of have a conversation is having a conversation.

The past participle of have a conversation is had a conversation.

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I had a conversation with the manager, just a general chat that I wanted to have, and I got things off my chest.
I had a conversation with a student on my campus who was a recent initiate of an organization.
In fact, his grandmother told him she had already had a conversation the day before with her friend Hubert de Givenchy.
About a month before her decease, the witness had a conversation with the deceased in his bedroom.
They had a conversation with him and he later discovered that the money had been taken.
I once had a conversation with a fairly well-known bioethicist about his experience turning off the ventilator on his brain-dead father.

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