Incorrect spelling


Incorrect spelling, explanation: this form could potentially be correct if drive had a regular past tense. Drived is a word constructed according to the standard of adding the -ed suffix to the base verb, but it is not the correct form. The correct form is drove, an irregular verb.

Correct spelling


Correct spelling, explanation: drove is one of the irregular past verb forms in the English language. Even though most verbs in the past tense are created by using the proper suffix, words such as drove originate in old English forms and there is no specific rule to their creation, so unfortunately you have to remember them to know, which is correct.

Definition of drove:
Verb, past tense of drive
1. To operate a vehicle so as to move by it.
When I was a child, I drove to school by bike every day.
2. To impact something and set it in the direction of a specific goal.
My friends’ compliments drove me to start a career in art.