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What is the Past Tense of Put in English?

What is the Past Tense of Put in English?

The word put is an irregular verb. It is the same in all three forms. The past tense of the verb put is put.
The verb put means to move or place anything into or out of a specific location. It also means bringing something into a particular state or condition.

The following are the six forms of the verb put.
Active Voice
Infinitive: to put
Perfect Infinitive: to have put
Present or Base Form (V1): Put
Past Simple or Second Form (V2): Put
Past Participle or Third Form (V3): Put
Present Participle or -ing Form: Putting
Passive Voice
Infinitive: to be put 
Present Participle: being put
Perfect Infinitive: to have been put 
Past Participle: been put

Conjugation of the Verb Put in Active and Passive (Indicative Mood)

Simple Present Tense (Active)
  • I/We/You/They put
  • He/She/It puts
Simple Present Tense (Passive)
  • I am put
  • We/You/They are put
  • He/She/It is put

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

Conjugation of the Verb Put in Active and Passive (Subjunctive Mood)

Present Simple Tense (Active) 
  • If + I/We/You/They/He (She, It) put 
Present Simple Tense (Passive) 
  • If + I/We/You/They/He (She, It) be put 
Past Simple Tense (Active)
  • If + I/We/You/They/He (She, it) put 
Past Simple Tense (Passive)
  • If + I/We/You/They/He (She, It) were put 
Future Simple Tense (Active)
  • If + I/We/You/They/ He (She, It) should put 
Future Simple Tense (Passive)
  • If + I/We/You/They/He (She, It) should be put 

Use of Put in English Sentences

  • He always puts his phone in the bag.
  • The student puts the computer on his table.
  • They are putting something on the stage.
  • The boy was putting his shoes in the cupboard. 
  • Where has she put the books? 
  • Why doesn’t he put the chair against the wall?
  • I put my hands over his shoulders. 
  • If you put together red and blue paint, you get purple. 
  • This exam puts me in a challenging position. 
FAQ About the Verb Put
Question: Is putted past tense of put?
Answer: No, its past tense is put.

Question: What is the third form of put?
Answer: The third form or V3 or past participle of put is put.

Question: What is future tense for put?
Answer: See above the conjugation of the verb put.

Question: What is the V1 V2 V3 V4?
Answer: V1, V2 V3 refer to the four verb forms. V1 means base form, V2 means past form, V3 means past participle, and V4 means present participle or -ing form.

Question: What are irregular verbs?
Answer: Verbs that do not take –d, -ed, or -ied at the end to form the past simple or past participle are called irregular verbs.

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