Is "bleed" an irregular verb? What is its past tense form?
Hey! I don't know if the verb "bleed" has its past tense form or I should just add -ed to the end of the word. Could you advise?
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Yes, it's an irregular verb. The V2 and V3 forms of the word bleed are the same. * BASE FORM (V. 1) - BLEED * PAST SIMPLE FORM (V. 2) - BLED * PAST PARTICIPLE FORM (V. 3) - BLED 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. I hope this explanation clarifies your concern, Dave :-)
to bleed bled bled ......
The past form is “bled”
The past tense form of "bleed" is bled not bleeded. Both in Past Simple and Past Participle.
bled Example sentence - "Did he bleed?" or "He bled from the wound."
Bleed/bleeding would be the present tense whilst bled would be used in the past tense
Blood = noun Bleed = verb Bleeding = continuous/progressive verb Bled = past (irregular) verb
intransitive verb to lose blood
"Bleed' is the present tense "Bled" is the past tense Shoot: present Shot: past
Georgina bit her lips until they bled. Bleed is present tense form, whilst " bled" is past tense. Shoot: present Shot: past
bleed bleeding bled. your answer is bled. that's the past tense