What is the past tense of steal and throw?
The past tense of steal is stole. The past tense of throw is threw.
Threw is an action word. That would make it a verb. No, it is a verb. An adjective is a word that describes a noun. But "threw" is not describing anything. It is showing action. It is the irregular past tense of the verb "to throw." The girl threw the ball to her brother. Yes. Threw is the past tense of throw I asked him to throw the ball to me. He threw the ball…
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Steel is a noun. It's a metal: his sword was made of steel. Perhaps you are referring to "steal"-- which means to rob or take something that isn't yours. The simple past tense of "to steal" is stole. He stole $50 from the cash register. The past participle is "stolen"-- After he had stolen the money, he felt guilty about doing it.