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Present Tense uses the base form of a verb to describe current actions, events and states-of-being. Ex: I answer to no one.

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I didn't grow out of it. or I haven't grown out of it. Which sentence is grammatically more correct? I'd rather say the second, but I saw in the text the first one.
asked Nov 2 '14 by user11584