What is the past tense and the present tense of go?
Go is present tense. The past tense is went.
The present tense is: I/You/We/They go. He/She/It goes. The present participle is going. The past tense is went. The past participe is gone. The future tense is will go.
Heard is not the present perfect tense of went. Heard is the simple past tense and past participle of hear. Went is the simple past tense of go. Gone is the past participle of go. The present perfect tense is created with the auxiliary verbs has and have + a past participle. The present perfect tense of hear: I/We/You/They have heard He/She/It has heard The present perfect tense of go: I/We/You/They have gone He/She/It has… Read More
Present tense - go Past tense - went Future tense - will go
present tense: going past tense: went hope this helps!!
past -- I went to the cinema. present -- I often go to the cinema.
The past tense is "I went to the shops" When you convert from present tense to past tense, you change the verb to its past tense form. The past tense of "go" is "went".
Going is the present participle of the verb "go".
"I am going" is already in present tense. Past tense: "I have gone." Future tense: "I will go."
Present tense - clean. Past tense - cleaned. Present tense - work. Past tense - worked. Present tense - play. Past tense - played.
Was and were is the past tense of are and is (present tense conjugations of be). Present tense: I am We are You are He/She/It is They are Past tense: I was We were You were He/She/It was They were
Went is the past tense of go. present - I go to school everyday past - We went to school today
Present - I/you/we/they go. He/she/it goes. Past - Went. Future - Will go.
Have is in present tense. Had is past tense. I have a banana. - present I had a banana. - past
We usually go to the beach for a holiday but this year we went to the mountains. -- go = present, went = past. I like to have muesli for breakfast, this morning I had toast for a change. -- have = present tense had = past tense
Past - I went to the cinema. Present - I go to the cinema. Future - I am going to the cinema tomorrow/I will go to the cinema tomorrow/ I am going to go to cinema tomorrow
Present tense: I am We are You are He/She/It is They are Past tense: I was We were You were He/She/It was They were
has is present tense, had is past tense
No 'is' is present tense. am/is/are = present tense was/were = past tense
Do is the present tense. The past tense is did. The past participle is done.
Have is present tense. The past tense is had.
Past tense I had Present tense I have Future Tense I will have
Lead is present tense. The present participle is leading. Led is the past tense and past participle.
do is present tense. did is past tense.
"is' is present tense. For past tense use was or were.
was is past tense. Was is a be verb it is the singular past of am/is. The be verbs are: am/is - present tense singular are - present tense plural was - past tense singular were - past tense plural been - past participle being - present participle
A few of the many irregular verbs in English are: drive (present tense) drove (past tense) driven (past participle) lie (present tense) lay (past tense) lain (past participle) ring (present tense) rang (past tense) rung (past participle) read (present tense) read (past tense) read (past participle) am, is, are (present tense of be), was, were (past tense) been (past participle)
Strike is the present tense, and struck is the past tense and past participle.
Going is the present participle of go. Present participles are used to create the progressive tenses. Examples: I am going (present progressive) I was going (past progressive) I will be going (future progressive) The past tense of go is went. The past participle is gone.
present tense, the past tense is left
Led is past tense. The present tense is lead.
Wore is past tense. The present tense is wear.
Lost is in the past tense. Lose is in the present tense.
won is the past tense,the present tense is win.
Study is the present tense. Studied is the past tense.
Creep is present tense. The past tense is crept.
Surprise is present tense. The past tense is surprised.
Rain is present tense. The past tense is rained.
Write is the present tense. The past tense is wrote, and the past participle is written.
Present tense - i see you past tense - i saw you
Buy is present tense. Buying is the present participle. The past and past participle is bought.
Past Tense: A grammatical tense that places an action or situation in the past. Present Tense: A grammatical tense that locates a situation or event in present time.
Present tense - am, is and are. Past tense - was and were.
Past tense - was and were. Present tense - am, is and are.
present tense past tense future tense present perfect tense past perfect tense future perfect tense present progressive tense past progressive tense future progressive tense present perfect progressive tense past perfect progressive tense future perfect progressive tense
The past tense is ate. The present tense is: I/You/We/They eat. He/She/It eats. The past participle is eaten.
Am is the present tense, first person singular conjugation of be. The past tense is was, and the past participle is been.
Seen is the past participle of the present tense verb see. Saw is the past tense.
"I go to the shops everyday" present "I went to the shops" past
Past tense: I intended. Present tense: I intend.