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Tear (to destroy, separate):

  • The past tense is tore.
  • The past participle is torn.
  • The present participle is tearing.

Tear (to produce tears):

  • The past tense is teared.
  • The past participle is teared.
  • The present participle is tearing.
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The verb tear is the present tense. Past tense is tore.The past participle is 'torn'.


Yes, tore is the past tense of tear. The past participle is torn.


If 'tear' is not related to the liquid secretion of the eyes, the past tense of 'tear' is 'tore' and past participle is 'torn'.


"Tore" is the past tense of "tear". "Torn" is the past participle.


For the verb to tear, the past tense is tore and the past participle is torn.


"torn" is already in the past tense - it is the past participle of "tear"RegardsDimi


tear/tears = Present; tore = Past; will (/shall) tear = Future.



The present participle of tear is tearing


infinitive: tear past: tore past participle: torn


Torn is the past participle of tear. tear tore torn


"Tear" is the present tense.


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


Tear, as in to tear some paper, has the past tense of tore.


The present tense of tore is tear.


past:- tore past participle: torn


Torn is the past tense of tear.



There are at least two past forms for two different verbs tear. The past tense of tear (rip or shred) is tore. "I tore my shirt on the chair." The past tense of tear (to form tears in the eyes) is teared. "The woman teared up when she heard her country's national anthem."


simple present tens of tore is tear.


The verb 'tear' as in to 'tear a garment' in the present tense would bestróicim etc.


No. It is not a preposition. Torn is an adjective and the past participle of the verb to tear.


The word tear is a noun. It can also be a verb where the past tense is tore.


Has/have torn.I have tornWe have tornYou have tornHe/she has tornThey have torn


'Tare' (noun) has several meanings, one of which refers to a type of field plant.Nouns do not have past tenses. (e.g. What is the past tense of 'tree'?)------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------'to tare' (verb) means to take account of the weight of the packaging etc when giving the weight of things. The past tense is 'tared'. e.g."It's OK, I've tared the weight and I'm not charging you for the weight of the crate."Scales should always be carefully tared (set to zero) before use. NB. This usage is rare. Zeroed, zeroized (UK zeroised) is more usual.A similar sounding word is to 'tear', as in 'to tear a piece of paper.'The past simple of tear is tore:"He tore his trousers when he tried to climb over that barbwire fence."For more information, see Sources and Related linksbelow.



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