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걷다 = to walk
걷다 = to tuck

I just found out that for verbs ending in ㄷ you must change to ㄹ when you add a vowel.
For example: 걷다 (to walk) would turn into 걸었어요 when conjugated to the past tense. However, when you use 걷다 (to tuck), the irregular does not apply, therefore the conjugated form would be 걷었어요 in the past tense.

My question is: How do you know whether or not the irregular applies to a verb/adjective and are there important ones I should know about?

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걷다 = to walk
걷다 = to tuck

I just found out that for verbs ending in ㄷ you must change to ㄹ when you add a vowel.
For example: 걷다 (to walk) would turn into 걸었어요 when conjugated to the past tense. However, when you use 걷다 (to tuck), the irregular does not apply, therefore the conjugated form would be 걷었어요 in the past tense. 

My question is: How do you know whether or not the irregular applies to a verb/adjective and are there important ones I should know about?
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