3 thoughts on “Zercon by BEI Confluence

  1. Ganapathy says:

    Lit up, not lighted up.

  2. theflyingtoiletseat says:

    Lighted and lit each work as the past tense and past participle of the verb light. Both have long histories in English and are used throughout the English-speaking world, so you are generally safe using the one that sounds best to you. Keep in mind, though, that lit is generally favored for both uses outside the U.S. (though lighted, again, appears some of the time). Lighted, where it does appear, is usually an adjective (e.g., a lighted grill), while lit is more often a verb (e.g., she lit the grill).

    Neither form is inherently more American or more British. Both forms are hundreds of years old, and each has had periods of prevalence throughout its history. It just happens that at this stage in history lighted is more common in American English than elsewhere.

    Source – the grammarist / freedictionary / wordreference / macmillan

  3. Askok says:

    Both are right you just Google man !!!

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