The simple past tense of the verb to be: was and were Examples: I was ill yesterday. You were not at school yesterday.
The correct past tense spelling of 'ill' is 'ailed'.
To form the present perfect tense, a past participle must be combined with the helping verbs, have, or has (present tense). In this case the verb is 'to be' and its past participle is 'been.' The answer is, "He has been ill."
the past tense of am is was and the past tense of has is had
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.
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
The past tense of "will" is "would". The past tense of "to be" is "was" or "were".
Wrote is past tense. It is the past tense of write.Wrote is already a past tense.
The simple past tense is got. The past participle is gotPresent tense: "I get it"Past tense: "I got it"Future tense: "I will get it"
Existed is the past tense. The past perfect tense is had existed.
The past tense is schooled. The past continuous tense is 'was/were schooling'.
Simple past tense. Past perfect tense. Past continuous tense.