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Which principal part is this verb form?

Which principal part is this verb form? chewed A. present participle B. past participle C. past D. present
The principal part in which the given verb is formed is option C. past. The action word "chewed" comes from its base word "chew". And to make it into a past form, the suffix -ed is added. The action word "chew" is an example of a regular verb. Regular verbs are verbs that only needs the suffix -ed in order to create a past form of the verb. ...

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