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this is all too confusing. ill just ask my teacher.

Mary Newman August 24, 2010, 5:15pm

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Mary Newman June 7, 2010, 1:29am

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I have now agreed on several different opinions and the one I, as a writer believe is the true usage of the word is Jon's past and future theory. My sibling, Joy says her teacher mastered English language in college and believes the hanged theory. Joy agrees with her teacher.

Mary Newman June 7, 2010, 1:26am

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I think there is a time to use hung and there is a time to use hanged but I just don't know when to use either one. But what about sung instead of singed? Is hanged breaking an E.L.A. rule? That is what I think. I just read the Hunchback of Notre Dame and it used both words - which supports my answer - at different times. Whereas me being a writer I must know the importance of English language. I still do not know.

Mary Newman June 7, 2010, 1:14am

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