What is the past tense of mislead?
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It's misled. A previous answer incorrectly stated that the past tense of mislead was also mislead, but just pronounced differently so it would rhyme with bed, red, said, wed, etc. That is not right! The past tense of lead is led. The past tense of mislead is misled. When lead is pronounced to rhyme with bed, red, said and wed, then it is a noun == and only a noun -- as in "get the lead out."
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When an action has happened in the past, we refer to it that wayrather than as though it were happening now. Joe eats his meal.
The simple past tense of "do" is "did". Example: When I was a child, I did not like to read books. I did You did He did She did We did You did They did
The past of "be" is: was or were . I was . We were . You were . He/She/It was . They were
There are three types of tenses, and past tense is one of them. A past tense is a tense used for the things that had happened in the past.
"The" is not an action, verb, or motion. It will not change form from present to past tense.
The simple past tense is got. The past participle is got Present tense: "I get it" Past tense: "I got it" Future tense: "I will get it"
"They" is a pronoun. It cannot have a past tense, as it is a word for a group of people or objects, and not an action / verb that can alter from the present tense to the past.
The past tense of have is had . What type of birthday party did you have? Oh, I had a small simple one. Do you have a notebook? Oh, I had a notebook.
Depends. "I was able to do that" and "I could do that" has different meanings. So, was able to and could are past tense for can. Any suggestions? Feel free to add. Thanks.
The past tense of "does" or "do" would be "did" or "done", depending on the format of the sentence. Example: Present - Past I do - I did, I had done You do - You did, You had done She/he does - She/he did, S/he had done We do - We did, We had done They do - They did, They had done
"Where" is not a verb nor an action,a nd does not have a past tense form.
The past participle (and simple past) is willed. The word will is used specifically to indicate something that is going to happen in the future; it has no applicability to the past, and has no past tense. I will go to the store, in the future. I did go to the store, in the past. This is correct for …the auxiliary verb will. However, it ignores the (posibly obsolete) use of "will" as an ordinary verb, meaning "wish". In that usage, there is a past tense form, "would". ( Full Answer )
There isn't a past tense for will, because it is future tense.However, if you want to talk about a point in the past when youwere looking forward to an event in the future (relevant to thatpoint in the past), you would use "would." Here's an example: From a point in the past: "John hoped that his …wife would get him anew golf club set for his birthday." (In the past, John hoped thatsomething would happen in his future, which is in the past NOW,when the sentence is uttered.) Just to compare: From the present: "My friend John is hoping thathis wife will get him a new set of golf clubs for his birthday." There. Clear as mud. :) In other words would is the past form of will. ( Full Answer )
Was Present is AM for use with first person "I." Otherwise the present 'IS' would be used. "I was a member of the Blue Man Group, but then I got into plaid."
Outed is the past tense of out. The past tense of the verb to out is outed.
was is the past tense of am eg. 'I am' (now) but 'I was' (is past)
' Am ' is the first person singular present tense conjugation of the verb ' to be '. The past tense conjugation of the first person singular is ' was '. and the past participle form is ' have been '. . Examples of all three tenses in the first person singular follow. . I am a natural blonde. …. I was in Paris last year. . I have been sick for three days. ( Full Answer )
The past tense of am is was. You cant make a sentence with was and have together. You can withwas and having -- I was having a good time.
There is no past tense of past tense because it is not a verb. For instance, there is no past tense of the word 'desk' (there is no 'desked' or 'did desk', because desk is a noun, not a verb. Or it could mean: Past perfect . Past perfect is sometimes described as 'past in the past' . It is use…d to show that one thing in the past happened before another thing in the past. Example: The race had finished before the rain started. ( Full Answer )
No, it's the 3rd person singular of the Present Simple Tense. HAD is the Past Tense.
The word "that" is not a verb and does not have a past tense form.
Will is actually a future tense. Will is a modal auxiliary verb, it is a common way of indicating future: predictions - It will rain tomorrow or immediate future - I will go to the shop tomorrow. The past of will is would.
The past tense of the verb 'can' ( meaningable to ) is could . The past tense of the verb 'can' ( meaningput in a container ) is canned . Note: The verb 'could' also means 'future possibility'.
Yes. Note that has is the 3rd person singular of "have" so you wouldn't say: I has a ball.
Yes it is. I do like riding my bike. I did like riding my bike
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.
"Is" is the third person singular present tense form of "to be". The third person singular past form of "to be" is "was". He is behaving like a clown. He was behaving like a clown.was
that -- That above isn't true. Proved wrong right there. The verb is past tense. 'This' is not a verb in most cases. If it the sentence is 'to this', then it is 'to that'. Otherwise, the verb in the sentence is past. "I talked about this" instead of "I talk about this". If you use "Is this your …bag?" past would be "Was this your bag?" or "was that?" It depends on the verb or as seen as 'was or is'. This is very similar to that. ( Full Answer )
"had not" is the past tense of "have not". (not is an adverb and does not have tenses)
My is not a verb. My is a pronoun. Therefore, there is no past tense of my .
"Your" is a possessive pronoun. Pronouns don't have tense, only verbs have tenses. * The past tense of "you're" (you are) is "you were."
He is a pronoun and so doesn't have a past tense. Only verbs have tenses.
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 .
It can be used as a time expression to indicate past tense. Eg: When I went swimming... But it can also show something you're doing still, for example, when I go swimming... The initial word isn't past tense because it's not a verb, but it can be used with both past and present.
The past tense of 'do' is did. . He did. . She did. . It did. The past participle is done. The past participle is used with the past perfect tense. . He had done. . She had done. . It had done.
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 past tense of are (verb to be ) is were . (second person or plural form of the verb)
Past tense is act or action done in the past. The past tenses include the simple past, past perfect, past continuous, and past perfect continuous.
The past tense of the verb 'am' is 'was' or 'were.' The verb 'am'is derived from the verb 'to be.'
The past tense of "will" is "would". The past tense of "to be" is "was" or "were".
Could not e.g. "He could not reach that high" Depending on context, it might be a bit trickier than that though.An example of a situation like that is the sentence "He could nothave seen it, as it wasn't there yet."
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.
On can be a preposition, adverb and adjective and so doesn't have a past tense. Only verbs have tenses.
There isn't exactly a past tense of 'not be'. The past tenses of'will not be' or 'might not be' are 'was not' or 'might not havebeen', respectively. Hopefully those examples help.
By is not a verb and does not have a past tense. Buy is a verb, and the past tense is bought.
But is not a verb and does not have a past tense. However, butt is a verb (using the head or horns to strike or push). The past tense of butt is butted.
"will be" is the future tense of "be". The past tense of "be" is "was/were".
The past tense of is not is was not. (Not is an adverb and does not change from one tense to another.)
"Or" is a preposition, not a verb, so it does not have a past tense.
was or were was is singular -- She was happy were is plural -- They were happy