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February 7th, 2014, 02:58 PM
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Well now I'm curious - I could totally be using the wrong words sometimes. But here is what I found at grammar monster:
To pass often means to move past, and this is where confusion can arise. Of note, to pass can also mean to sail past, to fly past, to run past, to hop past, etc. - the method of moving is irrelevant. This is worth bearing in mind, because if you have used a verb indicating motion already, then it will be partnered with past and not passed. Remember, passed is the past tense of the verb to pass. This is a 100% rule.

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