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what I should put in the sentence: One of our suitcases (to miss). Present Perfect/Past Simple. Thanks!

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Лена ЛемешеваPresent Perfect/Past Simple.

Neither. Those would be One of our suitcases has missed and One of our suitcases missed, and neither of those is possible.


Actually, "missing" is used as an adjective in these cases.

These are OK:

One of our suitcases is/was missing.
One of our suitcases has/had been missing for several days.

Those two use only forms of the linking verb be with the adjective 'missing'.


I've also heard One of our suitcases went missing.

CJ