Asked by: Povilas Gahmenasked in category: General Last Updated: 9th April, 2020
What is the third form of verb bear?
|Base Form (Infinitive):||Bear|
|3rd Person Singular:||Bears|
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Moreover, what is the 3rd form of Hold?
The past tense of hold is held. The third-person singular simple present indicative form of hold is holds. The present participle of hold is holding. The past participle of hold is held or holden (archaic).
Subsequently, question is, what is the past tense of the word bear? Past tense of "he bears the weight" [closed] Wiktionary says that "bear" has a simple past "bore" and a past participle "borne", but I don't understand when one is used instead of the other.
In this way, what is the second and third form of bear?
Verb Forms of Bear
|(Base) 1st||(Past) 2nd||(Past Participle) 3rd|
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What is first second and third form of verb?
The first form is the infinitive of the verb (to go), the second is the simple past (in english the person only matters with the verb “to be” because it is not a highly inflected language), and the third is the past participle. With these three forms, one should be able to correctly produce all forms of the verb.