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[credit: Pinterest] Penny asked why it’s incorrect to say I brang a bottle of wine instead of I brought a bottle of wine. She hears the former so often that it’s making her a bit insecure. The confusion arises because there are two basic verb types, regular and irregular. The regular verbs are the ones that end in –edwhen using the simple past tense or the past participle: walk, walked, walked (I walk to school daily.
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