"Worn" is the past participle of "wear". "Wore" is the past tense.
The future perfect tense of "wear" is will have worn.
The past tense is wared.If the question was meant to say wearthen the past tense is worn.
no it is a past tense verb
I have worn.
The past tense is wore and the past participle is worn,
Wore and worn wear wore worn
Present Tense - WEAR Past Tense - WORE Past Participle - WORN
worn Also, "wore", as in "I wore my blue dress yesterday." To use "worn" in a sentence, "I had already worn my blue dress."
tense, worn, stressed, tired, pinched, haggard
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.
wore worn.wear wore wornI wear these socks everydayI wore these socks yesterdayI have worn these socks all week
Wore and worn. Ex) She wore that pink shirt yesterday. or Ex) Those pants were worn by my mother.
The homonym "wear" is used in wear out (to lose function or use).The past tense is worn out.
It should be "have worn", and it's not past tense. It's present perfect.
You had worn the sack all day.
* infinitive: wear * past: wore * past participle: wornPast Perfect is formed like this: had + past participlePast Perfect: had worn
The word 'wore' is the past tense of the verb to wear (wears, wearing, wore, worn).
The verb wear is a future tense verb. This is because it describes that you will be wearing something not that you are currently have worn it.
Wedgied, as in, "They wedgied me so hard my underwear ripped off."
The past tense "spent" (to spend) has the synonyms paid, disbursed, purchased, bought, or expended. The adjective "spent" means worn out, exhausted, or consumed.