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Past Tense of Snow- Conjugating the Verb Snow

Past Tense of Snow- Conjugating the Verb Snow

The word snow is a regular verb. The past tense and the past participle of the verb snow is snowed. The following are the meaning and principal forms of the verb snow.
Meaning: (1) If it snows, snow falls from the sky (2) to deceive someone by clever talk 
Infinitive: To snow
Present Form: snow (third-person singular snows)
-ing Form/Present Participle:   snowing 
Past Simple: snowed 
Past Participle: snowed  

Conjugating the Verb Snow in All Tenses 

Present Simple 
  • I/We snow
  • He/She/It snow
  • You/They snow
Past Simple
  • I/We snowed
  • He/She/It snowed 
  • You/They snowed 
Future Simple
  • I/We will snow
  • He/She/It will snow
  • You/They will snow
Present Continuous
  • I am + snow present participle 
  • He/She/It is + snow present participle 
  • We/You/They + snow present participle 
Past Continuous
  • I was + snow present participle
  • He/She/It was + snow present participle
  • We/You/They were + snow present participle
Future Continuous
  • I/We will be + snow present participle
  • He/She/It will be + snow present participle
  • You/They will be + snow present participle
Present Perfect
  • I/We have snowed
  • He/She/It has snowed
  • You/They have snowed
Past Perfect
  • I/We had snowed
  • He/She/It had snowed
  • You/They had snowed
Future Perfect
  • I/We will have snowed
  • He/She/It will have snowed
  • You/They will have snowed
Present Perfect Continuous
  • I/We have been + snow present participle
  • He/She/It has been + snow present participle
  • You/They have been + snow present participle 
Past Perfect Continuous
  • I/We had been + snow present participle
  • He/She/It had been s+ snow present participle
  • You/They had been + snow present participle
Future Perfect Continuous
  • I/We will have been + snow present participle
  • He/She/It will have been + snow present participle
  • You/They will have been + snow present participle

Conjugating the Verb Snow Subjunctive Mood 

Present
  • If I snow 
  • If we snow 
  • If you snow 
  • If he/she/it snow
  • If they snow
Past 
  • If I snowed 
  • If we snowed 
  • If you snowed 
  • If he/she/it snowed
  • If they snowed 
Future 
  • If I should snow 
  • If we should snow 
  • If you should snow 
  • If he/she/it should snow 
  • If they should snow
Definition of Important Terms
Verb Conjugation: Conjugating a verb means that we change the verb form in order for a sentence to make sense. 
Past Participle: The Form of a verb ending in -ed (regular verb) which is used in the passive voice sentences and perfect tenses. The past participle or third form of irregular verbs is formed in several different ways.
Present Participle: A form of a verb that is made by adding '-ing' to the root form of the verb. We use the present participle to form continuous tenses.
Principal Forms of Verbs: The essential forms of a verb are known as its principal parts or principal forms. The five principal verb forms are infinitive, present or base form, past or second form, present participle or -ing or continuous form, and past participle or third form.

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