Yo, Grammar: What’s Up With “Sing,” “Sang,” “Sung,” and “Singed”?

We hope this answers your question regarding "sang," "sung," and even "singed." We apologize for the Rebecca Black gif, but it was in fact Friday when this post was made. If you have additional questions on this topic, tweet us @The_YUNiversity. Cheers.

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    For the sake of thoroughness, let’s cover all the different verb tenses of sing. Sung is the past participle form of...
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