I would like to know if there is any difference between lit and lighted.
my other question is about past simple:
Is it possible to use past simple refering to future?if it is possilble could you please give me some examples?
thank you for your help
Well, I can already answer your first question
I lit a cigarrette this morning. -> But it is a lighted cigarrette
I have just lit the lamp. -> it is a lighted lamp
"Lit" is the past tense of "to light" and "lighted" is an adjective.
This is how it is in British English. I frequently see/hear "he lighted a cigarette" in US contexts.
Regarding your second question: Yes, the past simple tense can sometime refer to the future.
Suppose we went to London next weekend?
If you spoke more slowly, people would understand you more easily.
If I had more money, I would take a holiday next month.
Don't come today, I'm busy. I'd rather you came tomorrow.