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I didn't expect

I didn't expected

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Only the first one is correct.

"I expected to win" is simple past tense.

Negative sentences and questions add the helping verb "to do," and that's where the tenses are changed. The main verb (to expect) stays in the base form.

Do you like music?
Don't you like music?
I don't expect to win.
I didn't expect to win.
Didn't he win yesterday?
Doesn't he expect to win?
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I didn't expect that i will like you this much

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I didn't expect Emotion: smile

i didnt expect this or i didnt expected thhis?

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i didn't expect this or i didnt expected thhis


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Didn't expect

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