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When do you use sang versus sung? I can't believe I am stumped by my 2nd grader's homework. :confused:


For those that do not know, my boys attend a HS enrichment program at a local classical charter school. The program has a language arts focus.

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I can't believe I didn't know this, my only solace is I knew using sung as past tense wasn't right. Dh didn't know either. Is this something second graders should know? The assignment was "Write a declarative sentence with the word sung." I do not think they talked about when to use sing/sang/sung in the classroom, I believe they were chosen because recently they were spelling words. We use the Spalding Method (WRTR) for spelling.

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