Hopefully you haven’t wept over not knowing the past tense of weep. Here’s a hint, it’s in the previous sentence: wept and had wept are the past tense and past participle of weep.
Forbid has three verb forms: forbid, forbade, and forbidden. Forbade is the simple past tense, and forbidden is the past participle form of the verb.
The verb forget has three main forms: forget (present), forgot (past) and forgotten (past participle). Read this post to refresh your memory on the verb, to forget.
The present tense verb, swing, is an irregular verb with one past form, i.e., swung.
To shine, intransitively, has shone as a past tense. Shined is the past tense of the transitive verb, to shine a light on something.
Does he spit rhymes or spat rhymes? What’s the past tense of spit? The answer is spat.
‘Know’ is the present tense, ‘knew’ is the past tense form, and ‘had/have known’ is the past participle form of the verb.
Give is the present simple, gave is the past simple, and given is the past participle form of the verb. Read more to learn what this post gives…
Sentences are groups of words that communicate a complete thought, and contain a subject and a predicate.