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What is past tense for stood?
past tense of stand is stood.
What tense is stood?
|he, she, it||has stood|
What is the past participle of stood?
Past Tense of Stand
What is the present tense for Stand?
The third-person singular simple present indicative form of stand is stands. The present participle of stand is standing. The past participle of stand is stood.
Is Tell past tense?
past tense of tell is told.
Is stood future tense?
Stand-to Past Tense. past tense of stand-to is stood-to.
Has stood or stand?
Stood is the past tense and past participle of the verb stand. Stood can mean to be positioned upright (in the past), to not move or budge (in the past), or to believe in something (in the past). Stood, like stand, has many other senses as a verb. As the past tense of stand, stood is used in many of the same idioms.
What is the perfect tense of clap?
|he, she, it||has clapped|
How do you speak in past tense?
The past tense of speak is spoke. “She spoke to Stephen yesterday, but he still went on as if he didn’t know”. There are other examples but that is the simple past tense. The past participle however would be spoken.
Is Tell past present or future?
Tell verb forms
|Infinitive||Present Participle||Past Tense|
Did stand or stood?
Stood is the past tense and past participle of the verb stand. Stood, like stand, has many other senses as a verb. As the past tense of stand, stood is used in many of the same idioms. If someone stood somewhere, it means they were in an upright position at that location and not sitting or lying down.
What’s the difference between stayed and stood?
In standard English, “stayed” is the past tense of “stay,” and “stood” is the past tense of “stand.” If you speak a dialect which uses “stood” for the past tense of “stayed” and want to switch to standard usage, try changing your sentence to the present tense to check: “I stood still” becomes “I stand still.” But “I …