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What's the past participle form of the word exitexit? Is it exitexit (irregular, like setset)? exitedexited? exittedexitted? On one page I found exitedexited but if that's the case why isn't it exittedexitted (double tt) like with the word emitemit - emittedemitted? Is there a rule when the consonant at the end is doubled and when not?

What's the past participle form of the word exit? Is it exit (irregular, like set)? exited? exitted? On one page I found exited but if that's the case why isn't it exitted (double t) like with the word emit - emitted? Is there a rule when the consonant at the end is doubled and when not?

What's the past participle form of the word exit? Is it exit (irregular, like set)? exited? exitted? On one page I found exited but if that's the case why isn't it exitted (double t) like with the word emit - emitted? Is there a rule when the consonant at the end is doubled and when not?

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Past participle form of "exit"?

What's the past participle form of the word exit? Is it exit (irregular, like set)? exited? exitted? On one page I found exited but if that's the case why isn't it exitted (double t) like with the word emit - emitted? Is there a rule when the consonant at the end is doubled and when not?