What is the past tense of spread?

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of spread is spreads. The present participle of spread is spreading. The past participle of spread is spread.

Also question is, what is the past perfect tense of spread?

The past tense of spread is spread. For some people, spreaded seems like a fitting past tense for the verb spread. After all, the past tense of thread is threaded: She threaded the needle. Spreaded rhymes with other past tense forms such as shredded, sledded, and breaded.

Also to know, is swum a real word?

swam / swum. The regular past tense of “swim” is “swam”: “I swam to the island.” However, when the word is preceded by a helping verb, it changes to “swum”: “I’ve swum to the island every day.” The “’ve” stands for “have,” a helping verb.

Is it correct to say hurted?

But if you have to go by the rules of English, then No ,we can not say “hurted”. It is not even a word under English Dictionary. The past tense of ‘hurt’ is ‘hurt’. It is considered poor English to say “hurted”.

What tense is hear?

Hear has the following forms: hear, hears, heard, heard, hearing. The third form (heard) is the past tense. The fourth form (heard), though similar to the third form, is past participle. This form is used in constructing the 3 perfect tenses in active voice, all the 8 tenses in passive voice, and as adjective.

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