What's the Difference Between 'Cast' and 'Casted'?

In this blog post we look at when to use cast and when to use casted.

'Cast' or 'Casted'?

"Cast" is the correct form of the verb, and it means to throw or to project (something, such as a net or a line) outward.

It can also mean to select actors for a play or movie, or to assign a role to someone.

"Casted" is not a correct form of the verb "cast."

"Cast" is an irregular verb, which means that it does not follow the usual pattern of adding -ed to form the past tense or past participle.

The past tense of "cast" is "cast," and the past participle is also "cast."

It is important to use the correct form of the verb "cast" in your writing to avoid errors and to communicate effectively.

Examples of Cast in a Sentence

Here are some examples of sentences using "cast":

  1. The fisherman cast his net into the river.

  2. She cast a spell to protect herself from harm.

  3. The director is casting actors for the new play.

  4. She was cast in the lead role of the musical.

  5. He cast his vote for the candidate he believed would make the best leader.

  6. The storm cast a dark shadow over the city.

  7. He cast his doubts aside and decided to take the chance.

  8. The actress was cast in the role of the princess.

  9. The magician cast a spell to make the rabbit disappear.

  10. She cast her vote for the candidate she believed would make the best change for the community.

Cast or Casted
Cast or Casted