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    #1

    What's the past tense of 'find'?

    Which is the correct answer?
    I'm not a teacher, so please consider any advice I give in that context.

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    #2
    The present tense of "founded" is "found". Or should I say that the other way around? :)

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    #3

    Re: What's the past tense of 'find'?

    find found found
    found founded founded


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    #4

    Re: What's the past tense of 'find'?

    of course it is 'found'

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    Re: What's the past tense of 'find'?

    Quote Originally Posted by Red5 View Post
    Which is the correct answer?
    Hey! How come you ask this question? Any tricky things? I don't see any special on this question.


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    #6

    I know

    Hi,

    Well the past tense of FIND is FOUND.

    Ok


    thanks


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    #7

    Post Dear your answer

    It is as plain as nose on face that the past form of found is the same as found. It is called inflected verbs

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