When I want to write ‘Today I went to Nagoya.’ Which one is correct?

  • 今日は名古屋に行くった。 Or
  • 今日は名古屋に行った。
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    The -te form of 行く is 行って. Where did you get 行くった from? You could see 行くって show up as a variant of 行くと (quoting someone saying 行く), but I don't think that would ever become った. – ConMan Feb 11 '19 at 1:14
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    Are you not hesitating between 行った and 行っていた? Please, do clarify how you came up with 行くった. – Mathieu Bouville Feb 11 '19 at 8:09

It can only be 行った. I can't think of any situation where 行くった would be meaningful.

The verb 行く is slightly irregular. Normally, for a verb ending in く you would replace the く with いた to form the past tense. e.g. 書く -> 書いた.

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