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A tuition tutor taught to the class : We wove the cloth - present tense

But i think its wrong! Isn't it supposed to be : We weave the cloth - present tense

The tutor said past tense of wove is woved and participle is woven when I asked him why he used wove instead of weave because what I know is weave is present tense with wove as past and woven as participle.

So who is correct? Me or him? Emotion: tongue tied He told me weave is the name of the process but the verb is wove but my mind told me that he was wrong! So? Emotion: tongue tied He made me confused again Emotion: tongue tied
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I agree with you. Weave is indisputably a verb.

You would say 'How long did it take you to weave that cloth?' or 'I want to weave some red cloth' or 'Jim is good at weaving neatly' or 'He weaves well'

You wouldn't say 'How long did it take you to wove that cloth?' or 'I want to wove some red cloth' or 'Jim is good at woving neatly' or 'He woves well'.
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So who is correct? Me or him?
You!
CJ