" Alan types with one finger."
In this example, types is a simple present tense verb. Since Alan is a third-person singular subject, we added –s to the base form of the verb type.
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"Kyle burned the popcorn. "
Here, burned is a simple past tense verb. In retrospect, trying to pop the corn with a blowtorch was probably a bad idea.