What is the past tense of the verb "slip"?
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The simple present verb is SLIP. Normally, when we change a verb to the past tense, the simple past verb will have an "ED"added to it. BUT, because the word SLIP has only one (1) syllable, we double the last letter before adding the "ED". The same rule will apply for other one-syllable verbs such as: Stop - stopPED , Step - StepPED .
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hello sarah. the past tense of slip is slipped. e.g. "He slipped down the stairs"
Hi, generally we change the simple past verb will have an ''ed'' added in it. So,the past tense of the verb ''slip'' is ''SLIPPED''.
to slip, slipped, slipped ......you double the final p because it is preceded by a short vowel i ....the same as for to stop, stopped , stopped; to pop, popped, popped ; to step , stepped, stepped
It is slipped.
Hi. It is slipped.
Hi! The simple past tense is "slipped".
The past tense of slip is Slipped with a double P.