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Past Tense of See | Irregular Verb See Forms

Past Tense of See | Irregular Verb See Forms
What is the past tense and past participle of see? The verb see is an irregular verb. The past tense of the verb see is saw, and the past participle is seen. The following are the
primary forms of the verb see.
Meaning: to discern with the eyes or understand or acknowledge something.
Infinitive: to see 
Root or Base Form: see
Past Tense: saw
Present Participle: seeing 
Perfect Infinitive: to have seen 
Past Participle: seen

Conjugation of See Indicative Mood (Active Voice)

Present Simple Tense
  • I/We see 
  • He/She/It sees 
  • You/They see
Past Simple Tense
  • I/We saw
  • He/She/It saw
  • You/They saw
Future Simple Tense
  • I/We will see 
  • He/She/It will see 
  • You/They will see
Present Continuous Tense
  • I am seeing  
  • He/She/It is seeing 
  • We/You/They are seeing 
Past Continuous Tense
  • I was seeing 
  • He/She/It was seeing 
  • We/You/They were seeing 
Future Continuous Tense
  • I/We will be seeing 
  • He/She/It will be seeing 
  • You/They will be seeing 
Present Perfect Tense
  • I/We have seen
  • He/She/It has seen
  • You/They have seen
Past Perfect Tense
  • I/We had seen
  • He/She/It had seen
  • You/They had seen
Future Perfect Tense
  • I/We will have seen
  • He/She/It will have seen
  • You/They will have seen
Present Perfect Continuous Tense
  • I/We have been seeing  
  • He/She/It has been seeing 
  • You/They have been seeing 
Past Perfect Continuous Tense
  • I/We had been seeing 
  • He/She/It had been seeing 
  • You/They had been seeing 
Future Perfect Continuous Tense
  • I/We will have been seeing 
  • He/She/It will have been seeing 
  • You/They will have been seeing 

Conjugation of See Indicative Mood (Passive Voice)

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

Conjugation of See Subjunctive Mood (Active Voice)

Present
  • If I see 
  • If we see 
  • If you see 
  • If he/she/it see 
  • If they see 
Past 
  • If I saw
  • If we saw 
  • If you saw 
  • If he/she/it saw 
  • If they saw 
Future 
  • If I should see 
  • If we should see 
  • If you should see 
  • If he/she/it should see 
  • If they should see

Conjugation of See Subjunctive Mood (Passive Voice)

Present
  • If I be seen 
  • If we be seen 
  • If you be seen 
  • If he/she/it be seen 
  • If they be seen 
Past 
  • If I/we were seen
  • If he/she/It were seen 
  • If you/they were seen 
Future
  • If I should be seen 
  • If we should be seen 
  • If you should be seen 
  • If he/she/it should be seen 
  • If they should be seen
Conditional 
Present 
  • I should/would see 
  • We should/would see 
  • You would see 
  • He/She/It would see 
  • They would see 
Perfect
  • I should/would have seen
  • We should/would have seen
  • He/She/It would have seen
  • You/They would have seen

Sentences with See

  • My dad can’t see anymore.
  • She has good eyesight and sees very tiny things on the ground.
  • We saw the solar eclipse yesterday afternoon.
  • I have seen many things in my university life.
  • We are seeing him at 7 o’clock.
Definition of Important Terms:
First Person Pronouns: First person is the person speaking or writing. The pronouns I and we are first-person pronouns.
Second Person Pronouns: Second person is the person spoken or written to. The pronoun ‘you’ is the second person pronoun.
Third Person Pronouns: Third person refers to anybody or anything else. He, she, and it is the third person singular, while ‘they’ is the third person plural pronoun.
What is the Mood of Verbs?
The mood of a verb expresses the differences in the intention of the speaker or writer. 
What is Indicative Mood?
We use the indicative mood to make a statement or ask a question.
What is Imperative Mood?
This type of mood of verbs is identical to the infinitive (without the to): be, play, cook. We use this to express commands, requests, or directions.
Active Voice:
When the sentence emphasizes the doer of the action stated by the verb, it is called the active voice.
Passive Voice:
When the emphasis in a sentence is placed on the receiver of the action stated by the verb, it is called the passive voice.

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