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The past tense of wear is wore.

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The past tense of wear is wore. The past tense of tear is tore.


The present tense is wear, the past tense is wore, and the future tense is will wear.


Wore is past tense. The present tense is wear.


The past tense form for wear is wore. Wear is present and wore is past. thank you.


Wore is past tense. It is the past of wear.


The simple past tense of wear is wore.


The past tense of wear is wore.


Wore is the past tense of wear. You cannot have a past tense of a past tense, so there is no such word as weared.


The past tense is wore and the past participle is worn,


"Worn" is the past participle of "wear". "Wore" is the past tense.



Present Tense - WEAR Past Tense - WORE Past Participle - WORN


The past tense of wear is wore. The past participle is worn. Woren isn't used as either. The present tense of wear is wearing.


The word wearer is a noun, not a verb, and so doesn't have a past tense.The past tense of the verb wear is wore. The past participle is worn.


It is the past tense of wear



Wore, wear/wearing and will/shall wear.


It is "was wearing" or "were wearing."


It should be "have worn", and it's not past tense. It's present perfect.


The past tense of wear is wore. Eg. "I wore this shirt yesterday too, but it's all I had."


* infinitive: wear * past: wore * past participle: wornPast Perfect is formed like this: had + past participlePast Perfect: had worn


I was not wearing you were not wearing she was not wearing...


No, it is not a noun. It is the past tense of the verb "to wear."


Past tense of wear. She wore that outfit well.


No, it is not. Wore is the past tense of the verb to wear.



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