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Verbs that form their past and past participle by adding ed, d, or t to the present are called _____ verbs? regular irregular
Verbs that form their past and past participle by adding ed, d, or t to the present are called REGULAR verbs.
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Verbs that form their past and past participle by adding ed, d, or t to the present are called REGULAR verbs.

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Weegy: I cannot see any italic words. Please indicate the italic word by writing with italic. User: Read the following sentence. Decide if the adverb in quotations modifies a verb, adjective, or adverb She opened her eyes "slowly" when the alarm went off. Weegy: I cannot see any italic words. Please indicate the italic word by writing with italic. (More)
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