The past tense of say is said.
"Say/Says" is the present tense. "Saying" is the gerund or present progressive tense.
Simple past tense. (assuming you are talking in the afternoon/evening etc)
It is "say/says".
In the sentence "The groups return to camp each evening", the verb "return" is in the present tense. For translating into some other languages, this particular kind of present tense may be called "habitual present".
by saying "Thought"
answer Surely this is the same as saying "she is red" and so is in the present tense. Answer: This is a passive construction in the present simple tense.
It is a noun, so it does not have a past tense.
Was/were starting is the past progressive tense of start.
It can be either it depends on the context of what you're saying.
Did is the simple past tense. The past participle is done. Instead of saying "I am doing this" you would say "I did this". The present perfect tense is "I have done this."
The sentence starting 'You are sad....' is already in the present tense.
The way to figure this out is: Past tense verbs are about something that has happened but is now over. Present tense verbs are about something that is happening now. Future tense verbs are about something that has not happened yet but will happen in the future. So which one would "is working" fit into? Here's an example sentence: Bob is working. Now is that saying Bob will be working in the future? No. So it is not future tense. Is it saying Bob did work but is no longer working now? No. So it is not past tense. That leaves present tense. "Bob is working" is saying that he is working now. So it is present tense.
SayPast tense - said.Present tense - say/says/saying.Future tense - will say.GetPast tense - got.Present tense - get/gets/getting.Future tense - will get.
"Merry" is not a verb and has no tense; it can be used as an adjective or the object of the verb. You need the past tense of the verb used with merry. For example, if the sentence is "Let us make merry," the past tense would be "We made merry all evening long."
Last week we went to the beach.In the evening we walked down to the river.
The future tense of plan iswill + verb -- We will plan our route this evening.be + going to + verb -- They are going to plan an attack.be + present participle -- He is planning a party for the weekend.
Future tense is saying you will to a certain action in the future. Hints of the future typically include the word 'will'. I will paint a picture.
in the past tense, you have paid attention.
A verb in present tense means that the action is happening at the moment you are saying the verb. Eg. I am jumping right now.
The past tense of guess is guessed. For example, the sentence "he will guess this question", can be made past tense by saying, "He guessed the question." You might need to change a few of the surrounding words if you put it in past tense.
"You cycled" or as a colloquial saying, "you biked"
Ordered is the past tense of order.Example:"Good evening, Sir! Here is the black caviar and Dom PÃ©rignon Champagne I believe you ordered. Enjoy your meal."
You/we/I/they have drunk. I have already drunk wine this evening. He/she/it - has drunk. He has drunk all the wine!