5 Regional dialects are not "incorrect", but they certainly aren't "standard".
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I've been constantly been hearing the incorrectnon-standard forms "tooken" and "shooken" in many people's spoken speech (particularly in the Northeast of the USA).

Does anyone know when these forms originated and when and how they are used in place of shookshook or shakenshaken or tooktook or takentaken?

I've been constantly been hearing the incorrect forms "tooken" and "shooken" in many people's spoken speech (particularly in the Northeast of the USA).

Does anyone know when these forms originated and when and how they are used in place of shook or shaken or took or taken?

I've been constantly been hearing the non-standard forms "tooken" and "shooken" in many people's spoken speech (particularly in the Northeast of the USA).

Does anyone know when these forms originated and when and how they are used in place of shook or shaken or took or taken?

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I've been constantly been hearing the incorrect forms "tooken" and "shooken" in many people's spoken speech (particularly in the Northeast of the USA).

Does anyone know when these forms originated and when when and how they are used in place of shook or shaken or took or taken?

I've been constantly been hearing the incorrect forms "tooken" and "shooken" in many people's spoken speech (particularly in the Northeast of the USA).

Does anyone know when these forms originated and when when and how they are used in place of shook or shaken or took or taken?

I've been constantly been hearing the incorrect forms "tooken" and "shooken" in many people's spoken speech (particularly in the Northeast of the USA).

Does anyone know when these forms originated and when and how they are used in place of shook or shaken or took or taken?

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I've been constantly been hearing the incorrect forms "tooken" and "shooken" in many people's spoken speech (particularly in the Northeast of the USA).

Does anyone know when these forms originated and when when and how they are used in place of shook or shaken or took or taken?

I've been constantly been hearing the incorrect forms "tooken" and "shooken" in many people's spoken speech (particularly in the Northeast).

Does anyone know when these forms originated and when when and how they are used in place of shook or shaken or took or taken?

I've been constantly been hearing the incorrect forms "tooken" and "shooken" in many people's spoken speech (particularly in the Northeast of the USA).

Does anyone know when these forms originated and when when and how they are used in place of shook or shaken or took or taken?

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