past tense of "do"


Using the correct tense of do is difficult for many people. Many people say "I should have did that yesterday"

See example:

I should not have waited so long.
asked May 24 '12 at 14:28 Flemming Pedersen New member

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Amen, Lewis. I should have did it ranks up there with I should have went. You see both and neither is correct. The secret is in recognizing the helping verb have.

link comment edited May 26 '12 at 19:31 cherylnorman New member

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