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14 April, 02:08

Is it true a regular verb ends with - ed, - d, or - t to the present part

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  1. 14 April, 03:59
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    No, this is false because an example of a present tense verb would be jump or turn. Past tense would be jumped or turned. So, this statement is not true because - ed, - d, and - t would be past not present part.
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