Missed/missed “It missed so much that he missed the Andorra Email List turn.” You can easily go wrong here because the sound does not betray the spelling. The confusion mainly occurs between the different tenses of the same verb: We expect visitors. We expected visitors. (See point 11 for ‘the expected visit’.) Verbs ending in -den or -ten in the present tense have – when weakly Andorra Email List conjugated – past tense forms in -dde(n) or -tte(n). This is because you add -de or -te after the stem on -d or -t. With that rule
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Of formal agreement, ie: always write a word Andorra Email List or part of the word in the same way, you ‘overrule’ the more basic spelling principle of the standard pronunciation: write a word as you pronounce it. The downside is that you have to think about it a lot when writing. There is also an advantage: when reading the spelling gives you more information about the Andorra Email List meaning, in this case the verb tense of the verb. Two verbs that sound alike in one form because of that rule, that’s a rarer case.
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Besides ‘misse’ (from ‘missing’) and ‘Andorra Email List mistte’ (from ‘misted’, being foggy), it occurs, among other things, with ‘getting used’ and ‘turning’ (‘whichever way you look at it’), ( ‘plan – planned’) ‘planned’ / (‘plant – planted’) ‘planted’, ‘cancel’ and ‘cancel’ and ‘(re)blame’, ‘(expand)’ and ‘dedicate’. 11. The expected/expected thunderstorm “The weather lady expected a Andorra Email List thunderstorm, but the expected thunderstorm never happened.” In the simple past there is always -de or -te after the stem of a weak verb: burn +