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What is the past tense of begin?

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The past tense of begin is began (simple past) or had begun (past perfect) Are you going to begin doing your homework? I began my homework ten minutes ago. I already have begun. Whilst the past tense of begin is indeed 'began' it is. incorrect
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The past tense of the word "lead" is the word "led." For example, "Paul led the choir during the Twelve Days of Christmas Festival, last year"
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