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What Is the Past Tense of Stand, English Irregular Verbs?

What Is the Past Tense of Stand, English Irregular Verbs?

Forms of Stand

The word stand is an irregular verb that means maintain an upright position. The past tense of stand is stood—the following different forms of the verb stand.
Infinitive: to stand 
Present: stand
Past: stood
Present Participle: standing
Perfect Infinitive: to have stood
Past Participle: stood
Gerund: standing
Perfect Gerund: having stood

Conjugate with Stand in Active Voice (Indicative Mood) 

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

Conjugate with Stand in passive Voice (Indicative Mood) 

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

Stand Subjunctive Mood Active Voice

Present
  • If I stand 
  • If we stand
  • If you stand
  • If you stand
  • If he/she/it stand 
  • If they stand
Past
  • If I stood
  • If we stood
  • If you stood 
  • If he/she/It stood 
  • If they stood
Future 
  • If I should stand
  • If we should stand
  • If you should stand
  • If he/she/it should stand 
  • If they should stand

Stand Subjunctive Mood Passive Voice

Present
  • If I be stood
  • If we be stood
  • If you be stood
  • If he/she/it be stood
  • If they be stood 
Past 
  • If I were stood 
  • If we were stood
  • If you were stood
  • If he/she/It were stood 
  • If they were stood
Future 
  • If I should be stood
  • If we should be stood
  • If you should be stood
  • If he/she/it should be stood
  • If they should be stood

Conditional with Stand

Present
  • First Person Singular & Plural + should/would stand
  • Second Person Singular & Plural + would stand
  • Third Person Singular + would stand
  • Third Person Plural + would stand
Perfect
  • First Person Singular & Plural + should/would have stood
  • Second Person Singular & Plural + would have stood
  • Third Person Singular + would have stood
  • Third Person Plural + should/would have stood
Definition of Terms:
What are First, Second, and Third Persons?
The pronouns are divided into three categories called persons. The person speaking, the person spoken to, and the Person talked about. The persons speaking are referred to as first person personal pronouns. I and We are first-person singular and plural pronouns, respectively. The persons spoken to are referred to as second person personal pronouns: You are the second person pronouns, both singular and plural. The third person personal pronouns are he, she, it, and they. "He," "she," and "it" is singular, while "They" is plural.

What is the Present Participle?
The -ing or continuous form of a verb is called present Participle. The present participles are made by adding -ing to the base form of a verb.

What is Gerund?
Gerund refers to a word that ends in '-ing,' which is made from a verb and used like a noun in a sentence. For example, in the sentence 'We enjoyed Ahmad's singing,.' The word singing is Gerund in this sentence.

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