Which one is correct?
A. Go passed the store.
B. Go past the store.
Answer: Go past the store.
‘If you have used a verb indicating motion already, then it will be partnered with PAST not PASSED’ from grammar-monster.com.
When it stated that to go past someone or something, it means ‘to pass by someone or something’ this statement was supported by idiom.thefreedictionary.com.
1. I was knocked off my bike when a bus PASSED by me too closely.
2. I was knocked off my bike when a bus ran PAST by me too closely.