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Wear past form
There are five verb forms in English. They are base form, past form, past participle form, third-person singular form and present participle form.
Here we will see the past form of wear and its other verb forms also.
|Base form||Past form||Past participle form||Third-person singular form||Preswent participle form||meaning pf wear|
|wear||wore||worn||wears||wearing||Have on the body as clothing or damage by use|
Meaning of wear
The meaning of wear is to have on the body as clothing and another meaning of wear is damage by use.
The past form of wear
The past form of wear is wore. We will see some examples of wear in past form.
- I wore that dress yesterday.
- We wore new clothes on the occasion of the festival.
- You wore your uniform last week.
- He wore the suit for the party.
- She wore a beautiful hat at the gathering.
The base form of wear
Base form of wear is wear
Here are some examples of the use of the base form of wear
- I wear a uniform daily.
- We wear woolen clothes every day.
- You wear casual dress frequently.
- They wear fancy dresses.
Past participle form of wear
Past participle form of wear is worn.
We will see some examples of the use of wear’s past participle.
- I have worn this dress
- We have worn all our new dresses just now.
- She has worn her hat.
- He has worn his sweater
The third-person singular form of wear
The third-person singular form of wear is wears. We will see some examples of the use of wear as third-person singular verb form used in the simple present tense.
- He wears a uniform.
- She wears a suit daily.
- It wears its covering automatically.
- Sam wears his favorite jeans daily.
Present participle form of wear
Present participle form of wear is wearing.
We will see some of the examples of wear’s present participle form.
- I am wearing my dress.
- We are wearing safety apron.
- He is wearing his coat.
- She is wearing her hat.
Conclusion for the past form of wear
These are the examples and explanations of the use of wear in past form, the base form, past participle form, third-person singular form, and present participle form.
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