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    Default weekend

    which one is correct?


    this past weekend?
    this passed weekend

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    Default Re: weekend

    In that context, past. It's an adjective. It tells us which weekend. The word 'passed' is a verb; e.g., Max passed the exam. Take a look here: Past has three different meanings


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