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    A question...

    I want to aks about spelling rules of past tense forexample.we can use verb plan as a regullar verb and v 2 is planned and also verb stop verb1 and stopped v2 ı know the says consonant+vowel+consonant but this rule doesn't include verb stay or play .I want to know it is reason.can ı have an answer,please?

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    Re: A question...

    Look at the words, plan and plane, hop and hope or fin and fine. We double the consonants at the end of common short-vowel words so that readers don't wrongly apply the long-vowel rule of pronunciation.


    Stay and play are long-vowel words like plane, hope and fine.

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