The future perfect tense uses the past participle of a verb.
The word uses is a plural noun. It can also be the present tense of the verb use.
No, the word were is a verb, the past tense of the verb 'to be':present tenseI amyou arehe/she/it iswe areyou arethey arepast tenseI wasyou werehe/she/it waswe wereyou werethey were
Wrapped can be used as a verb (past tense) and as an adjective. For example: "He opened the wrapped present" uses the word as an adjective. "She wrapped the box." uses the word as a verb.
The verb 'is' is the present singular tense of the word are. She is going to the store. The verb 'are' is the present plural tense of the word is. They are going shopping. Note: Both is and are are known of the Present Tense Verb "To Be"
"Thought" is the past tense verb of the word, "Think". Therefore, there is no past tense of the word "Thought".
The word will is used to indicate a future tense. For example, if I say I will go to the store, that is a prediction about the future. I am not in a store now, but I am going to be in a store.
There is no past tense for "voters" as the word is not a verb. A past tense is the word to describe the action/verb retrospectively. If you were meaning "vote", the past tense of this word is "voted".
The word "was" is a verb. It is a past tense of the verb to be, and is used in the past continuous tense (along with were).
It is a past tense verb. It is the past tense of the regular verb present
Did is the past tense of the verb do. It is a verb.
The word 'when' is not a verb and so doesn't have a tense.
The word "as" does not have a past tense as it is not a verb.
No. The word straight is not a verb. The past tense of the verb form straighten is straightened.
The word went is a past-tense verb.
Yes, "was" is a past tense verb.
The word "has" is a verb. It is the present tense of have.
Yes - are is a present tense plural 'be' verb.
Present perfect tense:Subject + Auxiliary Verb "have" + Past ParticipleI have entered.
Learnt is a verb (past tense of learn) used in British English. American English uses learned as the past tense.
Stopped is the past tense for the verb "stop"
Yes "finished" is a past tense verb as it is an action word.
Had is past tense of the verb have.
Yes, the word 'were' is a past tense verb.
The word "that" is not a verb and does not have a past tense form.