The simple past tense indicates an action that began and ended in the past. Most past-tense verbs are regular and end in -ed. However, some verbs in the past tense are irregular too. Irregular verbs can end in a variety of ways.
Regular: I climbed up the ladder.
Irregular: I drove to the market.
The words “climbed” and “drove” are both past-tense verbs. However, “climbed” is regular because the suffix –ed is added to the base word “climb.” The verb “drove” is irregular because the base word “drive” is changed to “drove” instead adding the suffix –ed.
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The smallest number is the one that comes first while counting.
To arrange the given numbers in order from smallest to greatest, find the smallest number among all the given numbers.
21 is the smallest number.