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See past tense | past tense of see
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There are two ways to make past and past participle verb forms in English. The first is by adding ed and the second type is of irregular verbs. See is also an irregular verb and its three verb forms v1, v2, and v3 are different. learn present, past, and future tenses here.
We will see the past tense of see and also the meaning, base form, past participle form, third-person singular form, and present participle form of see with examples.
Here we will see the past form of see and its other verb forms also.
|Base form||Past form||Past participle form||Third-person singular form||Participle form||Meaning of see|
|see||saw||seen||sees||seeing||perceive or experience with eyes|
Meaning of see
The general meaning of see is to perceive or experience with eyes.
The past form of see
The past form of see is saw. We will see some examples of see in past form.
- I saw him yesterday.
- He saw me in the crowd.
- They saw us while passing.
- We saw your project.
- You saw my performance in the dance competition.
The base form of see
The base form of see is see.
Here are some examples of the use of the base form of see.
- I see my bike.
- We see horses at hill station.
- They see ponies in the hilly region.
- Her friends see her bike carefully.
- You do not see your bike.
Past participle form of see .
The past participle form of see is seen.
We will see some examples of the use of the past participle of see.
- I have seen him today.
- She has seen her marks carefully.
- We had seen everything.
- They will have seen you.
- Sam has seen us in the canteen.
The third-person singular form of see
The third person singular form of see is sees. We will see some examples of use of see as a third-person singular verb form used in the simple present tense.
- He sees his bike.
- She sees a horse.
- Sam sees it carefully.
Present participle form of see
The present participle form of see is seeing.
We will see some of the examples of the present participle form of see.
1)He is seeing his bike.
2)She was seeing carelessly.
3)John is seeing his friend’s bike.
4)You are seeing my bike.
5)They were seeing it for some time.
Conclusion for the past form of see
These are the examples and explanations of the use of see in past form, base form, past participle form, third-person singular form and present participle form.
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