Depending on the context, clean is already a verb.
For example "to clean something, someone or oneself" is an action and therefore a verb.
Use will + verb or going + verb or present continuous to make a future sentence.will - I will clean the house tomorrow.going to - I am going to clean the house on Saturday.present continuous -- I am cleaning the house on the weekend.The past tense being "Dirty"
The noun forms for the verb to clean are cleaner and the gerund, cleaning. The noun form for the adjective clean is cleanliness.
The noun form for the adjective clean is cleanliness.The noun forms for the verb to clean are cleaner and the gerund, cleaning.
Yes. It can also be an adjective. VERB: I clean my room every day. ADJECTIVE: My room is clean.
Clean is a verb because your like cleaning a plant.
Yes. Clean can be an adjective and a verb as well.e.g. The kitchen is clean (description).
Clean (adjective) = mundus, -a, -um To clean (verb) = purgare
Limpo ( noun) to clean > limpar (verb)
throw, fiz, organize, umm that's it for me
No, it is not a preposition. The word clean is a verb, adjective, or adverb.
"Cleaned" is the past participle of the verb "clean".
Clean/cleans is the present simple.
sweep wipe scrub tidy clean