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    checking the sentence

    which way is correct...I tagged you or I tug you? My niece and nephew were playing tag and she tug him and said I tagged you but my sister corrected her and said you tug him not tagged him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    which way is correct...I tagged you or I tug you? My niece and nephew were playing tag and she tug him and said I tagged you but my sister corrected her and said you tug him not tagged him.
    When playing the game of Tag, one is "tagged."

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    Re: checking the sentence

    I agree with RedMtl.

    To tug means to pull (tug, tugged).
    Ex: Dad, the dog is tugging on my shirt again.

    To tag means to touch (tag, tagged).
    Ex: I tagged you! You're it!


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