- Nov 13, 2002
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Thank you very much for helping us. This is a very good list. I have some other lists of irregular verbs. In my lists there are some verbs which are not in the list you have provided ; for instance : hew. Is this verb considered a regular or an irregular verb?
As far as I know, "hew" has two forms in the past participle :hewed /hewn. Which one shall I use ? Are these two forms interchangeable or should I use them differently? What contexts?
Since you can say either "had hewed" or "had hewn" you may use either one and you don't have to use "hew" as an irregular verb. You may ignore the irregular form if you wish. (In fact, I recommend it.)
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You cannot add ed or d to an irrregular verb.