What Is Their Main Difference?
'Sang' is the past simple tense of the verb 'sing' and is used to describe an action that was completed in the past. 'Sung', on the other hand, is the past participle and is used to form the present perfect and past perfect tenses. Look at the following examples:
She walked onto the stage and
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They are both past tenses of the verb 'sing'. Check out the examples below:
He started playing the piano and the girl
I think these two have
Are They Interchangeable?
Since they refer to different tenses, they cannot be used interchangeably. Compare:
✓ I insisted that she sing this song, but she
X I insisted that she sing this song, but she
As you can see, this sentence is grammatically incorrect.
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