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I never see anyone using "sneaked" as the part participle of "sneak" anymore. It's always "snuck".I'm wondering if this will lead to "luck" instead of "leaked" or "puck" instead of "peaked"
My 6 year old says "sneaked", e.g., I sneaked a biscuit.
Well done, your DC!! Glad to know some standards are being upheld
I loathe 'snuck'. PlaySchool is obviously bringing up her dch correctly I'm also sick of e.g. 'slippy' when people mean 'slippery' and have been known to correct strangers when I've heard them use this. .
It's gone the same way as "shrank" since that really annoying Rick Moranis (?) film. I still like using "swang" and "span", too.
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