Future tense - will break. Past tense - broke.
The past tense of break is broke.broken
The past tense of break is broke.
Yes. Past tense: Broke Present tense: break Future tense: Will break
The simple past tense of break is "broke".
The past tense form of the verb "break" would be "broke".
Broke is the past tense of break. The future tense of break is will break.
over-break is not a word. its two words together. use it in a sentence and then get back to me for the past tense. im surprised you know what past tense is though
BROKE is the past tense of BROKE. The present tense is BREAK or BREAKING.
The simple past tense is broke. The past participle is broken.
The past perfect tense is created with the auxiliary verb had and a past participle.Examples:The past perfect tense of walk is had walked. (Walk is a regular verb, so the past tense and past participle are the same.)The past perfect tense of break is had broken. (Break is an irregular verb. The past tense is broke, and the past participle is broken.)
The past tense of break is broke, and the past participle is broken.
The word 'broke' is already the past tense of the word 'break'.The present perfect tense is 'have broken'.
The simple past tense is broke.
I had broken.
The verb 'had' + 'break' is incorrect.The verb 'had' is the past tense of the verb 'have'.The verb 'break' is a present tense verb.The past tenses of the verb to break are broke and broken.Using the auxiliary verb 'had' + 'broken' is the past perfect tense.Note: The verbs 'broke' and 'broken' also function as adjectives, words used to describe a noun.
break broke broken
infinitive: breakpast: brokepast participle: broken
The past tense of 'break out' is broke out (the verb 'broke' modified by the adverb 'out')Note: The word 'breakout' (no space) is a compound noun and a compound adjective.
i pretty sure it's broke in
broke outThey broke out of the prison at dawn.
The past tenses are drew and broke. The past participles are drawn and broken.