The past tense of freeze is froze.
Freeze (Present Tense) Froze (Past Tense)
Freezing is the present participle of freeze. The past tense of freeze is froze. The past participle is frozen.
The past tense is 'froze'. The past participle is 'frozen'.
It's past tense. infinitive: freeze past: froze past participle: frozen
The past tense of freeze is froze. The past participle is frozen.
The present is "freeze/freezes" and the past is "froze".
The past participle is frozen.
Past: Froze Participle: ?
The simple past tense is froze. The past participle is frozen.
You froze the bank account.
Froze is a verb. It's the past tense of freeze.
Verb. Past tense of "freeze"
Froze. Last year the lake froze
"Freezed" is not a grammatical word. The correct past tense of the verb freeze is froze. Frozen is the past participle.
the past tense of am is was and the past tense of has is had
Froze is the past tense of freeze. Freeze means to cool something or chill it until it is hard and frozen, or, crystalized in a way, to freeze things is to put them in a freezer. Froze means you done that in the past, or, you froze it.
The past tense of get is got. For isn't a verb and so doesn't have a past tense. The past tense of has is had. Had is already the past tense. The past tense of have is had.
Yes, in the Past Tense. to freeze, froze, frozen (it's an irregular verb).
Was and were are both the past tense of be. The present tense is: I am he is you are they are The past tense is: I was he was you were they were
Was and were is the past tense of are and is (present tense conjugations of be).Present tense:I amWe areYou areHe/She/It isThey arePast tense:I wasWe wereYou wereHe/She/It wasThey were
Past TensePast Continuous TensePast Perfect TensePast Perfect Continuous Tense
The past tense of "will" is "would". The past tense of "to be" is "was" or "were".