- What is the past participle of drink?
- What is the past form of Kiss?
- Is tell a past tense?
- What is past of sleep?
- What is the present participle of work?
- Has rang or rung?
- What is the past participle of think?
- What is the past tense of shave?
- What is the past participle for ring?
- What is the past perfect tense of laugh?
- Is work a present tense?
What is the past participle of drink?
In modern usage guides, drank is the past tense of drink, as in “I drank a lot last night,” and drunk is the past participle (following “have”), as in “Yes, I have drunk wine before.” Throughout history, however, these words have been confused and used in their opposite contexts, perhaps because of the association ….
What is the past form of Kiss?
past tense of kiss is kissed.
Is tell a past tense?
past tense of tell is told.
What is past of sleep?
Slept is the past tense and past participle of sleep.
What is the present participle of work?
Past Tense of WorkPresent Tense:WorkPast Tense:WorkedPast Participle:WorkedPresent Participle:WorkingSep 18, 2011
Has rang or rung?
“He has rung the bell” is correct; “He has rang the bell” is not. The tense that you are using is the perfect tense, and it is formed by combining the present tense of the auxiliary verb have + the past participle of the main verb. The past participle of the verb to ring is rung.
What is the past participle of think?
Definition for thought (2 of 2) simple past tense and past participle of think1.
What is the past tense of shave?
shave Definitions and Synonyms present tensehe/she/itshavespresent participleshavingpast tenseshavedpast participleshaved1 more row
What is the past participle for ring?
To answer the original question, “rang” is the past tense of “ring”, and “rung” is used as the past participle form of the verb.
What is the past perfect tense of laugh?
make verb formsInfinitivePresent ParticiplePast Tenselaughlaughinglaughed
Is work a present tense?
The past tense of work is worked or wrought (see usage notes). The third-person singular simple present indicative form of work is works. The present participle of work is working.