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What is the past tense of hark?

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The past tense of hark is harked.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of hark is harks.

The present participle of hark is harking.

The past participle of hark is harked.

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The president's behaviour during an official visit to Sweden at the beginning of the month harked back to his drinking days.
Much of his speech harked back to Africa's harsh past under European powers.
Neil was youthful as ever, sporting a dodgy vest and bouffy hairdo that harked back to the early Crowdies days.
Even Joan Littlewood's Oh! What a Lovely War harked back to the traditional form of the concert party.
As is the case with most reformers, he has harked back to the past for his future types.
Both serials harked back to a period when men were heroic, women were virtuous and times were better.

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