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Past simple verb forms are created by adding "e" and "d" in the end of the verb.
For example,
want, wanted.
He wanted to buy a new car.
call, called.
She called him on the phone.
Hello!
For verbs ending in "e", we add "d" in the end.
For example,
change, changed
He changed his clothes.
For verbs ending in "y",
first, "y" changes into "i",
and then we add "e" and "d" in the end.
For example,
try, tried.
He tried really hard.
Remember when the verb ends in consonants, plus vowel, plus consonant,
we double the last consonant,
and then we add "ed" in the end.
For example,
stop, stopped.
The car stopped.
If the last letter is "x",
we don't double the consonant!
For example,
fax, faxed.
When the verb end in a vowel, plus "y",
"y" does not turn into "i".
We simply add "ed" in the end.
For example,
stay, stayed.
She stayed at home.
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English Grammar For Beginners - Regular Verbs In Past Simple Tense

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