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Some past tenses have the suffix 'ed' and some have 't'. Which one is correct? (e.g. "dreamed" and "dreamt")

January 12, 2017
Culture Alley
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There is no difference between dreamed and dreamt. Both are considered correct, and both function as the past tense and past participle of the verb dream. Dreamed is preferred in all main varieties of English, but dreamt is especially common in British English.
8 Upvotes 3 Downvotes January 12, 2017
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both are valid in English
4 Upvotes 2 Downvotes February 03, 2017
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Both dreamed and dreamt are same and valid in English
1 Upvotes 1 Downvotes March 22, 2017
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an apology letter to boss.
0 Upvotes 4 Downvotes February 10, 2017
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Some past tenses have the suffix 'ed' and some have 't'. Which one is correct? (e.g. "dreamed" and "dreamt")
There is no difference between dreamed and dreamt. Both are considered correct, and both function as the past tense and past participle of the verb dream. Dreamed is preferred in all main varieties of English, but dreamt is especially common in British English.

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