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    #1

    Arrow Tense

    Hi there,


    This phrase "NEW RELEASED"

    why they use past tense for released instead of release?


    Warmest Regards,


    -kahhong

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    #2

    Re: Tense

    I'd use 'New release' or 'newly released'. I presume they're just using an adjective instead of the adverb.

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