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Sentences with past and present verbs

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Verbs in present, past and past participle

PresentPastPast Participle
bewas, werebeen
becomebecamebecome
buyboughtbought
catchcaughtcaught
dodiddone
drinkdrankdrunk
eatateeaten
flyflewflown
forbidforbadeforbidden
getgotgotten
gowentgone
growgrewgrown
hidehidhidden
knowknewknown
leaveleftleft
letletlet
lielaylain
loselostlost
makemademade
paypaidpaid
quitquitquit
readreadread
rideroderidden
runranrun
saysaidsaid
sellsoldsold
shineshoneshone
singsangsung
sitsatsat
stealstolestolen
teachtaughttaught
understandunderstoodunderstood
winwonwon

 

SENTENCES WITH PAST AND PRESENT VERBS

eat – ate

I usually eat at six o’clock.

Jack ate a great lunch at Marco’s Restaurant.

find – found

He often finds unexpected treasures.

Jerry found it easy to adjust last week.

forget – forgot

He often forgets to do his homework.

He forgot to come to the meeting.

go – went

Peter goes to church on Sundays.

Alexander went to Denver last week.

drive – drove

I usually drive to work.

Anna drove to San Francisco yesterday.

become – became

He often becomes sad when he watches a film.

Alice became angry when she heard the news.

have – had

We often have guests over for dinner.

Carlos had a shower before she left for work.

ride – rode

He rides his motorcycle to work.

He rode his bike to work last week.

know – knew

He knows a lot of people in Paris.

She knew it was time to leave.

learns – learnt

She learns languages quickly.

Jennifer learnt how to play poker yesterday evening.

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