Everyday English- Sneak/Snuck

Everyday English for Today’s People
Sneak/ Snuck
The past tense and past participle of ‘sneak’ may be sneaked or (as accepted now) snuck
Either of the two is correct.
Eg. She sneaked out by the back exit.✔️
She snuck out by the back exit.✔️
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