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We keep on repeating this mistake time and time again! So, so sad.
Since the syllable of stress depends on verb or noun form, it depends on the intended meaning.
Permited would be something that was given a (noun) permit.
Permitted would be a past form of the verb “to permit”.
Contrast stress of object (noun) and object (verb). Then consider the English spelling rules concerning final syllable which contain on vowel enclosed by two consonants. The final consonant is only doubled when the final syllabus is stressed.
This is why occurred is spelled as it is with the double r.
That’s about right.
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