Tear past tense | past tense of tear

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Tear past tense | past tense of tear


Here is the conjugation of the verb tear

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

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

Base form Past form Past participle form Third-person singular form Participle form Meaning of tear
tear tore torn tears tearing pull apart to


Meaning of tear

The general meaning of tear is to pull apart to pieces.

Conjugation of the verb tear

1)Simple present tense

I tear .

We tear .

you(Plural pronoun) tear .

you(singular pronoun) tear .

They tear .

people(plural noun) tear .

He tears .

she tears .

It tears .

Sam(Singular noun) tears .

2)Simple past tense

I tore .

We tore .

you(Plural pronoun) tore .

you(singular pronoun) tore .

They tore .

people(plural noun) tore .

He tore .

she tore .

It tore .

Sam(Singular noun) tore .

3)Simple future tense

I will tear .

We will tear .

you(Plural pronoun) will tear .

you(singular pronoun) will tear .

They will tear .

people(plural noun) will tear .

He will tear .

she will tear .

It will tear .

Sam(Singular noun) will tear .

4)Present continuous(progressive) tense

I am tearing .

We are tearing .

you(Plural pronoun) are tearing .

you(singular pronoun) are tearing .

They are tearing .

people(plural noun) are tearing .

He is tearing .

she is tearing .

It is tearing .

Sam(Singular noun) is tearing .

5)Past continuous(progressive) tense

I was tearing .

We were tearing .

you(Plural pronoun) were tearing .

you(singular pronoun) were tearing .

They were tearing .

people(plural noun) were tearing .

He was tearing .

she was tearing .

It was tearing .

Sam(Singular noun) was tearing .

6)Future continuous (progressive) tense

I will be tearing .

We will be tearing .

you(Plural pronoun) will be tearing .

you(singular pronoun) will be tearing .

They will be tearing .

people(plural noun) will be tearing .

He will be tearing .

she will be tearing .

It will be tearing .

Sam(Singular noun) will be tearing .

7)present perfect tense

I have torn .

We have torn .

you(Plural pronoun) have torn .

you(singular pronoun) have torn .

They have torn .

people(plural noun) have torn .

He has torn .

she has torn .

It has torn .

Sam(Singular noun) has torn .

8)Past perfect tense

I had torn .

We had torn .

you(Plural pronoun) had torn .

you(singular pronoun) had torn .

They had torn .

people(plural noun) had torn .

He had torn .

she had torn .

It had torn .

Sam(Singular noun) had torn .

9)Future perfect tense

I will have torn .

We will have torn .

you(Plural pronoun) will have torn .

you(singular pronoun) will have torn .

They will have torn .

people(plural noun) will have torn .

He will have torn .

she will have torn .

It will have torn .

Sam(Singular noun) will have torn .

10)Present perfect continuous(progressive) tense

I have been tearing .

We have been tearing .

you(Plural pronoun) have been tearing .

you(singular pronoun) have been tearing .

They have been tearing .

people(plural noun) have been tearing .

He has been tearing .

she has been tearing .

It has been tearing .

Sam(Singular noun) has been tearing .

11)Past perfect continuous(progressive) tense

I had been tearing .

We had been tearing .

you(Plural pronoun) had been tearing .

you(singular pronoun) had been tearing .

They had been tearing .

people(plural noun) had been tearing .

He had been tearing .

she had been tearing .

It had been tearing .

Sam(Singular noun) had been tearing .

12)Future perfect continuous(progressive) tense

I will have been tearing .

We will have been tearing .

you(Plural pronoun) will have been tearing .

you(singular pronoun) will have been tearing .

They will have been tearing .

people(plural noun) will have been tearing .

He will have been tearing .

she will have been tearing .

It will have been tearing .

Sam(Singular noun) will have been tearing .

Conjugation of the verb tear with modal auxiliary verbs.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Past form of tear

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


1)He tore the papers of the news about water after a long time.

2)The bird tore leaves.

3)You tore the ball thrown by me.

Base form of tear

Base form of tear is tear.

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

1)They tear good things.

2)We tear something daily.

3)You tear the waste papers.

Past participle form of tear.

Past participle form of tear is torn.

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

1)He had torn the book of his victory.

2)She has torn something.

3)They have torn papers here.

Third-person singular form of tear

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


1)He tears things thrown towards him.

2)She tears her books daily.

3)Sam tears his favorite game set.

Present participle form of tear

Present participle form of tear is tearing.

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


1)They are tearing our things.

2)He is tearing the ball thrown high.

3)She was tearing her gym kit.

Conclusion for past form of tear

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

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