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    Question past forms for regular verbs

    How do you make past forms for regular verbs?
    for example
    love (ending in a vowel) you add d
    try (ending in a consonant) drop the y and add ied
    what about words ending in 1 vowel & i consonant
    or the other wat round?

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    Re: past forms for regular verbs

    Welcome, Fairywoo.

    Would you have examples of the words that confuse you?

    All the best.

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