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    Your denial of her request hurt her.

    Dear Teacher,

    Regarding to the sentence : Your denial of her request hurt her. , Would you explain why it is used the "hurt" not the "hurts"?

    Thanks,
    Mona

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    Re: Your denial of her request hurt her.

    It's the past tense, as "hurted" does not exist, like cost.

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