View Poll Results: What's the past tense of 'Dig'

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  • Dig

    45 5.21%
  • Dag

    240 27.81%
  • Dug

    578 66.98%
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Thread: Dig ___ Dug

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    Default Dig ___ Dug


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    Default Re: Dig ___ Dug

    need a different page?
    ENGLISH PAGE - Irregular Verb Page

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    It's dig-dug-dug.

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    Default Re: Dig ___ Dug

    Dug for sure

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    Default Dig-Dug

    Quote Originally Posted by florr0 View Post
    It's dig-dug-dug.
    Hi,

    Ya DIG-DUG_dug is the answer.


    Thanks

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    Default Re: Dig ___ Dug

    something Shakespearian in it: after dig ,dug ,you are buried!!

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    Talking Re: Dig ___ Dug

    logic of words Dig-Dug
    Dig- image as flat land
    D
    ug-becoming pit

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    Default Re: Dig ___ Dug

    Today I dig a hole in the ground. Yesterday I dug a hole in the ground.

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    Default Re: Dig ___ Dug

    The word "dag" has got absolutely different meaning

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