Here is the sentence:

After a long day of mowing lawns, Kevin was truly exhausted. He sat slumped in his chair, and even if you had put a handful of scorpions down his shirt, he would not have rose to shake them out.

The third verb, would have rose, is incorrect. [Not is an adverb and not officially part of the verb]. As you know, this verb requires the past participle risen because of the auxiliary verbs would and have.

Rise is an irregular verb; the chart below shows its forms.

Verb Simple Present Simple Past Past Participle
rise rise(s) rose risen

Go to the next sentence, champ!

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