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Buy is present tense. Buying is the present participle. The past and past participle is bought.

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The present tense of buy is buy. The past tense of buy is bought. The present prefect tense of buy is to buy. The present participle form is buying.


Bought is the past tense and past participle of buy.


The past and past participle for "buy" is "bought."


Buy is the present tense.Bought is the past tense.Will buy is the future tense.


The simple past tense and past participle forms are both bought.


infinitive: buy past: bought past participle: bought



infinitive: buy past: bought past participle: bought


Bought is the past participle; buying is the present participle.



Present tenseI buyYou buyHe/she/it buysWe buyYou buyThey buyPast ParticipleHaving boughtPresent continuousI am buyingPresent perfectI have boughtPresent perfect continuousI have been buyingPast perfectI had boughtPast continuousI was buyingPast perfect continuousI had been buyingFutureI will buyFuture continuousI will be buyingFuture perfectI will have boughtFuture perfect continuousI will have been buying



buy -- I buy my lunch everyday buys -- She buys her lunch on Wednesdays am/is/are buying -- We are buying our lunch today


"Bought" is the past tense of "buy".


The past participle of buy is bought.


The past participle of buy is bought.


The past perfect tense is used to show one action is completed before another action happens. The past perfect is created with the auxiliary verb has + a past participle.Example: Mary sold the car that she had worked so hard to buy. (The action of working is finished when Mary bought the car.)The present perfect tense shows an action that began in the past and either continues in the present or has some effect on the present. The present perfect is created with the auxiliary verbs have/has + a past participle.Example: Mark has been a police officer for seventeen years. (Mark became a police officer in the past and is still one today.)The future perfect tense shows that an action will be completed at a specific time in the future. This tense is created with the auxiliary verb will and have + a past participle.Example: By next Thursday, the workers will have finished the chimney repairs.


Boughtpast perfect is - had + past participlehad bought.I had bought a new hat before the winter.


Buy is a verb. Verbs have different forms, buyingis a form of buy.base verb = buypast = boughtpast participle = boughtpresent participle = buying


The past participle is bought.


The present participle is buying.


the present tense for buy is bought :]


The past participle is bought.


Bought is the past participle of buy. The past participle of bring is brought.




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