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4 April, 01:59

Identify the inflection of the verb occurred. infinitive present, third person singular past tense present participle

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  1. 4 April, 03:07
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    The verb occurred is Past tense.
  2. 4 April, 03:49
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    Past tense

    Explanation:

    Past tense verbs indicate actions or events that occurred in the past. They can be either regular or irregular. When a past tense verb is regular, they are formed with the verb root (or base form) of a verb plus the "d" or "ed" ending; and when it is irregular, the verb does not end with "d" or "ed" and does not follow any particular patter, for example, thought, known, sat, and slept are all irregular verbs.

    The verb "occurred" is a regular verb in the past tense because it is formed with the base form "occur" plus the "ed" ending. Other examples of regular verbs in the past are purred, believed, typed, walked and moved.
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