does deal has a past tense form?
if i want to say deal in the past how it is correct? is deal irregular verb?
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Hello Batrud, The verb 'to deal' is an irregular verb, just as you thought. The three forms of the verb are: Base form = to deal Past simple form = dealt Past participle form = dealt It can be used as a verb (in the forms shown above) or as a noun. VERB definitions: with object = to give one a share = 'deal me in' (include me), without object = (followed by with or in) = 'The teacher dealt with the student's behaviour' or 'The banker deals in shares' NOUN definition = a business transaction or an agreement = The agreed on the deal after several meetings. I hope that helps you. Best wishes Laura
Hello Batrud, Yes, it has a past tense. Deal is an irregular verb so its past tense does not end with -ed. Thus, the past tense of deal is dealt and its past participle is also dealt.
Hi my dear friend , please follow the below structure : Infinitive : Deal Past Tense : Dealt Past Participle : Dealt
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Simple present: deal Simple past: dealt Past participle: dealt Gerund or Present participle: dealing
Yes, you are right! Deal is irregular verb: 1st form - deal 2nd form - dealt 3rd form - dealt You may use it in the past like other verbs: I dealt with it several weeks ago. Have you ever dealt with it?
Hi Batrud, it's an irregular verb. THE V2 and V3 forms of the verb are the same. * BASE FORM (V.1) - DEAL * PAST SIMPLE FORM (V.2) - DEALT * PAST PARTICIPLE FORM (V.3) - DEALT Irregular verbs are one of the trickiest types of verbs to use because they don't follow the pattern. An English verb is irregular when it doesn't end in -D/-ED/-IED in the simple past tense and past participle form. You'll simply need to learn how to conjugate each irregular verb as you find them. If you have any other questions, please feel free to reach out and I'll gladly answer them :-) T. Nick
Hi, Batrud. Deal does have a past tense, dealt. "I dealt with their lawyer last year." It is an irregular verb, and it can also be used as a noun, "I made a deal to buy the car." I hope this helps.
Deal is an irregular verb.. Paste tense of Deal is Dealt 1 Example: The robbers were severely dealt with.
Hi Batrud, the past tense of deal is "dealt" It's an irregular verb. In the example below you can see how the past form of the verb "deal" is used. -He dealt with that in a previous chapter -She fairly dealt the bonus.
For example. Have you ever dealt with Maths problems ?
Yes,it is .It is formed like that deal-dealt-dealt