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What is the past tense of burst?

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The word 'burst' is already past tense. e.g. "I burst the balloon a few minutes ago. The past tense is. not. 'bursted'
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burst, had burst, will have burst, bursted, has bursted, will have bursted. "I burst out crying" would not be correct. "I began crying" , because crying is an
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