Examples of Verbs ending -e
Verbs ending -e
Post by nattttIf the base form ends in a silent -e, drop the -e before adding -ing and -ed inflections:
Posted on 2011-03-26 22:06:24
For one-syllable verbs ending in -ye, -oe, or -nge, keep the -e before -ing, but drop it before -ed
dye -- dyeing/dyed
hoe -- hoeing/hoed
singe -- singeing/singed
If the base form ends in -ie or -ee, just add -d to make the past tense or past participle.
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