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The Past Tense of Draw | English Irregular Verb Form

The Past Tense of Draw | English Irregular Verb Form

What are the Different forms of draw?

The word draw is an irregular verb. The past tense or V2 of the verb draw is drawn. The different forms of the verb draw are given below.
Present/Root Form: Draw
Past/2nd Form: Drew
Past Participle/3rd: Drawn
Present Participle or -ing: Drawing

Conjugate the Verb Draw in Active and Passive (Indicative Mood)

Present Tense (Active)
  • I/We/You/They draw 
  • He (She, It) draws 
Present Tense (Passive)
  • I am drawn 
  • We/You/They are drawn 
  • He (She, It) is drawn 
Past Tense (Active)
  • I/we/You/They/He (She, It) drew 
Past Tense (Passive)
  • I was drawn 
  • We/You/They were drawn 
  • He (She, It) was drawn 
Future Tense (Active)
  • I/We shall draw 
  • You/They He (She, It) will draw 
Future Tense (Passive)
  • I/We shall be drawn 
  • You will be drawn 
  • They will be drawn
  • He (She, It) will be drawn 
Present Continuous Tense (Active)
  • I am drawing 
  • We/You/They are drawing 
  • He (She, It) is drawing 
Present Continuous Tense (Passive)
  • I am being drawn 
  • We/You/They are being drawn 
  • He (She, It) is being drawn 
Past Continuous Tense (Active)
  • I was drawing 
  • We/You were drawing
  • They were drawing 
  • He (She, It) was drawing 
Past Continuous Tense (Passive)
  • I was being drawn 
  • We/You/They were being drawn 
  • He (She, It) was being drawn 
Future Continuous Tense (Active)
  • I/we/You/They/He (She, It) will be drawing 
Future Continuous Tense (Passive)
  • I/We/You/They/He (She, It) will be being drawn 
Present Perfect Tense (Active)
  • I/We/You/They have drawn 
  • He (She, It) has drawn 
Present Perfect Tense (Passive)
  • I/We/You/They have been drawn 
  • He (She, It) has been drawn 
Past Perfect Tense (Active)
  • I/We/You/They/He (She, it) had drawn 
Past Perfect Tense (Passive)
  • I/We/You/They/He (She, It) had been drawn 
Future Perfect Tense (Active)
  • I/We shall have drawn 
  • You/They/He (She, It) will have drawn 
Future Perfect Tense (Passive)
  • I/We shall have been drawn 
  • You/They will have been drawn 
  • He (She, It) will have been drawn 
Present Perfect Continuous Tense
  • I/We have been + present participle of draw
  • You/They have been + present participle of draw
  • He (She, It) has been + present participle of draw
Past Perfect Continuous Tense 
  • I/We had been drawing 
  • You/They had been drawing
  • He (She, It) had been drawing
Future Perfect Continuous Tense
  • I/We shall have been + present participle of draw
  • You/They will have been + present participle of draw
  • He/She/It will have been + present participle of draw

Conjugate the Verb Draw in Active and Passive (Imperative Mood)

Simple Present Tense (Active)
  • If I/we draw 
  • If you draw 
  • If he (she, it, they) draw 
Simple Present Tense (Passive)
  • If I/we be drawn 
  • If you be drawn 
  • If he (she, it, they) be drawn 
Simple Past Tense (Active)
  • If I/we drew 
  • If you drew 
  • If he (she, it, they) drew 
Simple Past Tense (Passive)
  • If I/we were drawn 
  • If you were drawn 
  • If he (she, it, they) were drawn 
Future Simple Tense (Active)
  • If I/we should draw 
  • If you should draw 
  • If he (she, it, they) should draw 
Future Simple Tense (Passive)
  • If I/we should be drawn 
  • If you should be drawn 
  • If he (she, it, they) should be drawn 

Impersonal forms of Draw

Infinitive: to draw
Gerund:  drawing
Perfect Gerund: having drawn
Perfect Infinitive: to have drawn
Participle: drawn 
Perfect Participle: having drawn

Conditional

Present
  • I/We should/would draw
  • You/They should/would draw
  • He/ (She, It) would draw
Perfect
  • I/We should/would have + past participle of draw
  • You/They would have + past participle of draw 
  • He (She, It) would have + past participle of draw

How to Use Draw, Drew, Drawn and Drawing in a Sentence?

  • She draws a fascinating picture of the horse. 
  • His speech drew many people.
  • They were drawing up a new will.
  • She drew great benefits from his membership in the association.
  • He drew a beautiful picture of his village. 
  • The fisherman drew a deep breath and plunged into the lake. 
  • She has drawn $3,000 from her account.
  • I spent the day drawing in the park.
  • They were slowly drawing the car into the filling station. 

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