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Hit Past Tense, Past Participle- Irregular Verb Forms

Hit Past Tense, Past Participle- Irregular Verb Forms

Past Tense of Hit

The word hit is an irregular verb that means to shoot someone, something, or a place causing damage or injury. The verb hit is the same in all three forms, i.e., hit past tense is hit, past participle, and present tense is also hit. The following are principal forms of the verb hit.
Hit Infinitive: to hit 
Hit Root Form/Present Tense: hit (Third Person Singular hits)
Hit Pas Form/Past Tense: hit
Hit Present Participle: hitting 
Hit Perfect Infinitive: to have hit 
Hit Past Participle: hit
Hit Perfect Participle: having hit
Hit Gerund: hitting
Hit Perfect Gerund: having hit

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Hit Conjugation in All Tenses Active Voice

Present Simple Tense
  • First Person Singular & Plural + hit 
  • Second Person Singular & Plural + hit 
  • Third Person Singular + hits 
  • Third Person Plural + hit 
Past Simple Tense
  • First Person Singular & Plural + hit 
  • Second Person Singular & Plural + hit 
  • Third Person Singular + hit 
  • Third Person Plural + hit
Future Simple Tense
  • First Person Singular & Plural + shall/will hit 
  • Second Person Singular & Plural shall/will hit 
  • Third Person Singular + shall/will hit 
  • Third Person Plural + shall/will hit
Present Continuous Tense
  • First Person Singular & Plural + am hitting 
  • Second Person Singular & Plural + are hitting 
  • Third Person Singular + is hitting 
  • Third Person Plural + are hitting
Past Continuous Tense
  • First Person Singular & Plural + was hitting 
  • Second Person Singular & Plural + were hitting 
  • Third Person Singular + was hitting 
  • Third Person Plural + were hitting
Future Continuous Tense
  • First Person Singular & Plural + shall/will be hitting 
  • Second Person Singular & Plural + shall/will be hitting 
  • Third Person Singular + shall/will be hitting 
  • Third Person Plural + shall/will be hitting
Present Perfect Tense
  • First Person Singular & Plural + have hit 
  • Second Person Singular & Plural + have hit 
  • Third Person Singular + has hit 
  • Third Person Singular + have hit
Past Perfect Tense
  • First Person Singular & Plural + had hit 
  • Second Person Singular & Plural + had hit 
  • Third Person Singular + had hit 
  • Third Person Plural + had hit
Future Perfect Tense
  • First Person Singular & Plural + shall/will have hit 
  • Second Person Singular & Plural + shall/will have hit 
  • Third Person Singular + shall/will have hit 
  • Third Person Plural + shall/will have hit
Present Perfect Continuous Tense
  • First Person Singular & Plural + have been hitting 
  • Second Person Singular & Plural + have been hitting 
  • Third Person Singular + has been hitting 
  • Third Person Plural + have been hitting 
Past Perfect Continuous Tense
  • First Person Singular & Plural + had been hitting 
  • Second Person Singular & Plural + had been hitting 
  • Third Person Singular + had been hitting 
  • Third Person Plural + had been hitting 
Future Perfect Continuous Tense
  • First Person Singular & Plural + shall/will have been hitting 
  • Second Person Singular & Plural shall/will have been hitting 
  • Third Person Singular + shall/will have been hitting 
  • Third Person Plural + shall/will have been hitting 

Hit Conjugation in All Tenses Passive Voice

Present Simple Tense
  • I am hit 
  • We are hit 
  • You are hit 
  • He (She, It) is hit 
  • They are hit
Past Simple Tense
  • I was hit we 
  • We/You were hit 
  • He (She, It) was hit 
  • They were hit
Future Simple Tense
  • I shall be hit 
  • We shall be hit 
  • You will be hit 
  • He (She, It) will be hit 
  • They will be hit
Present Continuous Tense
  • I am being hit 
  • We/You are being hit 
  • He (She, It) is being hit 
  • They are being hit
Past Continuous Tense
  • I was being hit 
  • We/You were being hit 
  • He (She, It) was being hit 
  • They were being hit
Future Continuous Tense
  • I will be being hit 
  • We will be being hit 
  • You will be being hit 
  • He (She, It) will be being hit 
  • They will be being hit
Present Perfect Tense
  • I/We have been hit 
  • You have been hit 
  • He (She, It) has been hit 
  • They have been hit
Past Perfect Tense
  • I/We had been hit 
  • You had been hit 
  • He (She, It) had been hit
  • They had been hit
Future Perfect Tense
  • I shall/will have been hit 
  • We shall/will have been hit 
  • You will/will have been hit 
  • He (She, It) shall/will have been hit 
  • They shall/will have been hit

Hit Subjunctive Mood Active Voice

Present 
  • If I hit 
  • If we hit 
  • If you hit 
  • If he (she, it) hit 
  • If they hit 
Past 
  • If I hit
  • If we hit 
  • If you hit 
  • If he (she, it) hit 
  • If they hit 
Future
  • If I should hit 
  • If we should hit 
  • If you should hit 
  • If he (she, it) should hit 
  • If they should hit

Hit Subjunctive Mood Passive Voice

Present
  • If I be hit
  • If we be hit 
  • If you be hit 
  • If you be hit 
  • If he (she, it) be hit 
  • If they be hit 
Past 
  • If I were hit 
  • If we were hit 
  • If you were hit
  • If you were hit 
  • If he (she, it) were hit 
  • If they were hit 
Future
  • If I should be hit 
  • if we should be hit 
  • If you should be hit 
  • If he (she, it) should be hit 
  • If they should be hit

Hit Conditional

Present 
  • I should/would hit 
  • You would hit
  • He/She/It would hit 
  • We should/would hit 
  • They would hit 
Perfect
  • I should/would + have hit
  • You would + have hit
  • He/She/It would + have hit
  • We should/would + have hit
  • They would + have hit

How do you use hit in a sentence?

  • Our team always hits its target.
  • She hits the door again.
  • They are hitting a lot of resistance.
  • The ball hit the wall.
  • The ball hits me in the left arm.
  • He was hit by a truck.
  • I accidentally hit my back getting into the bus.
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