Is “Walk past” similar to “Walk
”? (Grammatically correct)
“Walk past” means to visit and pause then continue.
Past is a noun, adjective, and preposition.
Passed is the past tense of “pass” and is used alone.
Both "walk/walked past" would naturally become ‘walk pas,' which is dialectally right.
However, "Walk pass” is an unacceptable word grammatically since both are verbs.
Walk past is the correct form, walk pass is incorrect.
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