Second form of some verbs: cost/costed, etc


Some verbs have deceiving second forms e.g. cost, weave, to name but two. I mean, their second form depends on the situation.

1- The project has been costed.
2- The project cost me nothing.

Could you please tell me a few other verbs like that? I am pretty sure I must be misusing them. :shock:


Good morning, Tom

You can find a few things here: … bs:English

Interestingly, the Wiki people haven’t noticed a “regular” form for weave yet. However, I would indeed want to say “weaved” if I were describing how someone was driving, for example. (“weaved in and out of traffic”)