Follow US:

Practice English Speaking&Listening with: put

(0)
Difficulty: 0

I put my glasses on I put my pen in my

pocket this morning I put my shirt on

the verb put is one of the most common

verbs in English the simple form of the

verb is put the past tense form is put

in the past participle is also put this

is an irregular verb that doesn't change

its form when it's tough the main verb

in a sentence to make present tense

questions or negatives use do the

helping verb do or does if the subject

is he she or it and in the past tense to

make the negative or a question use did

and the simple form

where do you put your clothes here's the

helping verb do that matches the subject

you and the main verb is put the answer

is I put my clothes in the dresser this

is enough present tense to make the

question in the past tense just change

the helping verb from due to did where

did you put your clothes and the answer

is I put my clothes in the dresser

notice that the verb put is used in the

present tense and the past tense and

sometimes it's hard to know if an answer

is present or past it all depends on the

situation or the question that is asked

where does she put her books this

question is in the present tense she

puts them in her backpack this is a

backpack

notice that the question is in the

present tense the helping verb in' studs

to match the subject she and the main

verb is put in the answer this is in the

present tense so you have to add ass if

you make this in the past tense change

the helping verb to did where did she

put her books now the question is in the

past tense the answer would be she put

them in her backpack

you

I don't put a lot of gas in my car this

is in the present tense and it's

negative the subject is I he doesn't put

a lot of money in the bank this is also

in the present tense and it's negative

the subject is he to make the past tense

negative just change the helping verb

instead of using don't or doesn't use

didn't and main verb put stays the same

you can also use modal verbs than a

negative in a sentence like this one I

won't put a lot of gas in my car this is

the contraction floor will not or I

shouldn't put a lot of gas in my car

this is the contraction for should not

one more thing to say about the verb put

you often hear it used in the imperative

form and verb goes first

you're making a command you're telling

somebody to do something but subject is

you but you don't use you just use the

verb put that down to make the negative

use the word don't and then the main

verb is in a simple form put don't put

that there in both cases the subject is

you

The Description of put