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Answered 2011-09-14 11:23:15

Past participles do not have a consistent ending. The past participles of all regular verbs end in ed; the past participles of irregular verbs, however, vary considerably.

If you look at bring and sing, for example, you'll see that their past participles-brought and sung-do not follow the same pattern even though both verbs have ing as the last three letters.

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