Put past tense | past tense of put

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Put past tense | past tense of put

Introduction

Here is the conjugation of the verb put

We will see past tense of put and also the meaning, base form, past participle form, third-person singular form and present participle form of put with examples.

Here we will see the past form of put and its other verb forms also.

Base form Past form Past participle form Third-person singular form Participle form Meaning of put
put put put puts putting Move or bring into a particular position.

Meaning of put

The general meaning of put is to move or bring into a particular position.

Conjugation of the verb put Move or bring into a particular position.

1)Simple present tense

I put .

We put .

you(Plural pronoun) put .

you(singular pronoun) put .

They put .

people(plural noun) put .

He puts .

she puts .

It puts .

Sam(Singular noun) puts .

2)Simple past tense

I put .

We put .

you(Plural pronoun) put .

you(singular pronoun) put .

They put .

people(plural noun) put .

He put .

she put .

It put .

Sam(Singular noun) put .

3)Simple future tense

I will put .

We will put .

you(Plural pronoun) will put .

you(singular pronoun) will put .

They will put .

people(plural noun) will put .

He will put .

she will put .

It will put .

Sam(Singular noun) will put .

4)Present continuous(progressive) tense

I am putting .

We are putting .

you(Plural pronoun) are putting .

you(singular pronoun) are putting .

They are putting .

people(plural noun) are putting .

He is putting .

she is putting .

It is putting .

Sam(Singular noun) is putting .

5)Past continuous(progressive) tense

I was putting .

We were putting .

you(Plural pronoun) were putting .

you(singular pronoun) were putting .

They were putting .

people(plural noun) were putting .

He was putting .

she was putting .

It was putting .

Sam(Singular noun) was putting .

6)Future continuous (progressive) tense

I will be putting .

We will be putting .

you(Plural pronoun) will be putting .

you(singular pronoun) will be putting .

They will be putting .

people(plural noun) will be putting .

He will be putting .

she will be putting .

It will be putting .

Sam(Singular noun) will be putting .

7)present perfect tense

I have put .

We have put .

you(Plural pronoun) have put .

you(singular pronoun) have put .

They have put .

people(plural noun) have put .

He has put .

she has put .

It has put .

Sam(Singular noun) has put .

8)Past perfect tense

I had put .

We had put .

you(Plural pronoun) had put .

you(singular pronoun) had put .

They had put .

people(plural noun) had put .

He had put .

she had put .

It had put .

Sam(Singular noun) had put .

9)Future perfect tense

I will have put .

We will have put .

you(Plural pronoun) will have put .

you(singular pronoun) will have put .

They will have put .

people(plural noun) will have put .

He will have put .

she will have put .

It will have put .

Sam(Singular noun) will have put .

10)Present perfect continuous(progressive) tense

I have been putting .

We have been putting .

you(Plural pronoun) have been putting .

you(singular pronoun) have been putting .

They have been putting .

people(plural noun) have been putting .

He has been putting .

she has been putting .

It has been putting .

Sam(Singular noun) has been putting .

11)Past perfect continuous(progressive) tense

I had been putting .

We had been putting .

you(Plural pronoun) had been putting .

you(singular pronoun) had been putting .

They had been putting .

people(plural noun) had been putting .

He had been putting .

she had been putting .

It had been putting .

Sam(Singular noun) had been putting .

12)Future perfect continuous(progressive) tense

I will have been putting .

We will have been putting .

you(Plural pronoun) will have been putting .

you(singular pronoun) will have been putting .

They will have been putting .

people(plural noun) will have been putting .

He will have been putting .

she will have been putting .

It will have been putting .

Sam(Singular noun) will have been putting .

Conjugation of the verb put with modal auxiliary verbs.

Here are the sentences of conjugation of the verb put with modals.

1)I/we/you/you/they/people/he/she/it/Sam can put .

2)I/we/you/you/they/people/he/she/it/Sam could put .

3)I/we/you/you/they/people/he/she/it/Sam may put .

4)I/we/you/you/they/people/he/she/it/Sam might put .

5)I/we/you/you/they/people/he/she/it/Sam must put .

6)I/we/you/you/they/people/he/she/it/Sam should put .

7)I/we/you/you/they/people/he/she/it/Sam would put .

8)I/we/you/you/they/people/he/she/it/Sam ought to put .

9))I/we/you/you/they/people/he/she/it/Sam need not put .

10))I/we/you/you/they/people/he/she/it/Sam dare not put .

Past form of put

The past form of put is put. We will see some examples of put in past form.

Examples

1)He gave the news about water after a long time.

2)The bird put food in its baby’s beak.

3)You put the ball thrown by me.

Base form of put

Base form of put is put.

Here are some examples of the use of base form of put.

1)They put good things.

2)We put something daily.

3)You put your things.

Past participle form of put.

Past participle form of put is put.

We will see some examples of the use of past participle of put.

1)He had put his best foot forward.

2)She has put something.

3)They have put their best here for the people.

Third-person singular form of put

Third person singular form of put is puts. We will see some examples of use of put as third-person singular verb form used in simple present tense.

Examples

1)He puts things thrown towards him.

2)She puts her books daily.

3)Sam puts his favorite game set.

Present participle form of put

Present participle form of put is giving.

We will see some of the examples of present participle form of put.

Examples

1)They are putting our things.

2)He is putting the ball thrown high.

3)She was putting her gym kit.

Conclusion for past form of put

These are the examples and explanation of the use of put in past form, base form, past participle form, third-person singular form and present participle form.

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