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Past Tense Of Hang Out

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Created Date: Sun 17 Feb 2013

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What is the past tense of Hang Out? For example, how to say this sentence in the past "Peter and I always hang out for football over the weekend"

 

Answer:
You should say HUNG OUT. Hence, it should be: "Peter and I always hung out for football over the weekend"

HANGED OUT is used in the sense of "to put someone to death by hanging".


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