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Regular Past Tense Verb Rules

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victor mendoza

on 18 September 2012

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Transcript of Regular Past Tense Verb Rules

All regular past tense verbs should end with “ed.” REGULAR PAST TENSE VERB RULES If a regular verb ends with“e”
we add “d.” Rule #1: For example:
like + d = liked For all other regular verbs
add “ed.” Rule #4: If a regular verb ends with a
vowel and consonant
(except for “w” and “y”)
double the consonant and add
“ed.” Rule #2: If a regular verb ends with“y,” use the “i” rule: What does the “y”sound like? If it sounds like
“i” in Spanish or English (ee or ay), change the “y” to “i” and add “ed.” If not, just add “ed” For example:
hurry (sounds like ee)– y + i + ed = hurried
or
fry (sounds like ay) – y + i + ed = fried
or
stay (sounds like ey) + ed
= stayed Rule #3: For example:
Stop + p + ed = stopped For example: toss + ed = tossed "It's all about the end" ...but there are rules.
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