put, quit, cost, cut, fit, hit, hurt, knit, let, rid, set, shed, shut, slit, split, spread, thrust there's probably a ton more
Isn't knitted a word?
it is, and yes many use it, so that one probably shouldn't be up there. but both are fine. You can say knit or knitted.
You are mistaken, but read is the past tense for to read...although it is writen the same.
Man. Chicken. Table. French Fry. House. Grass. Book. ...there are a lot.
sadly only verbs count as having a past tense
she asked what words DON'T have a past tense.
yeah she just mean what verb words don't have one, but reading what you said i see your point, in that case almost every word doesn't lol
"Gold" doesn't have a past tense.
Along these same lines, what word is pronounced differently when it is capitalized?
Answer: polish ---- Polish
Read does have a past tense. The past tense is pronounced differently but happens to be spelled the same.