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Read the sentence. Check the type of ungrammatical-sounding English that it illustrates. We seed four horses today.
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User: Read the sentence. Check the type of ungrammatical-sounding English that it illustrates. We seed four horses today.

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"We seed four horses today." The word "seed" is ungrammatical, the kind of error a child makes when it mistakes a strong verb for a weak or regular one. Weak/regular verbs like "look" form their simple past in "-ed" - "looked". A strong or irregular verb like "see" has an irregular simple past tense, in this case "saw".

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