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Reply to "Stick the announcement in the lift or on the lift"

Thanks David, but I checked this website and apparently the past participle for stick can be "sticked" (regular verb) or stuck for irregular verb.



Find the Past Tense find it Antonyms Definitiors Rhymes Sentences Word What is the past tense of stick? lA)hoEs the past tense of stick? Here's the word you're looking for. Answer The past tense of stick is sticked or stuck. The third-person singular simple present indicative form of stick is sticks. The present participle of stick is sticking. The past participle of stick is sticked or stuck. 4))

So lift consists of three sides, I suppose to mean it gets sticked on any of the three sides, but I was also concerned if I use "on", it can imply the lift top. Appreciate if you could shed some light

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