Am, is, and are are present tense forms of be. The past tense forms of be are was and were. The future tense of be is will be.
Yes, was and were are past tense forms of be. I/He/She/It was We/You/They were
Past tense - was and were. Present tense - am, is and are.
Past tense - I was eating. They were eating. Was and Were are the past tense forms of the verb "to be". The present tense forms are: is, am and are. She is eating. I am eating. We are eating.
Past tense - was/were Present tense - am/are/is
The past tense and past participle forms are both walked.
The past tense and past participle forms are both 'slit'.
The simple past tense and past participle forms of cheat are both cheated.The simple past tense and past participle forms of call are both called.
There are not past tense forms of nouns, because there can be no action. However, if the VERB was to answer, then past tense could be answered.
The past tense is led.
No. The word "is" (along with are) represents the present tense of the verb to be.The past tense forms are was and were.
The verb is still "to be", regardless of the tense. It is an irregular verb, and the past tense forms are was for I and he/she/it, and were for we, you, and they.