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The Strong Vs. The Weak

Abstract

In the English language, verbs are divided into two groups: the strong and the weak. Weak verbs are those which simply add the letters ED onto the basic verb in order to form the other principal parts; an example is the verb WALK, WALKED, WALKED. A strong verb is one which changes its spelling in order to form the three principal parts; an example is the verb SING, SANG, SUNG.

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