Pull V3, V2, Pull Past Tense and Past Participle

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Pull V3, V2, Pull Past Tense and Past Participle

Below are the v1 v2 v3 v4 v5 forms of Pull:

Base form (V1) pull
Past Tense (V2) pulled
Past Participle Form (V3) pulled
‘ing’ form (V4) pulling
S / es/ ies (V5) pulls


Definition of a Verb: A verb is a word that expresses an action (such as eat), an event (such as happen) or a state (such as exist).

Verb Forms: There are many different forms of verbs in English.

  • The base form (V1) of a verb is just the word: (eat, happen, exist).
  • The -ed form (V2) is used as a past tense: (ate, happened, existed).
  • The -en form (V3) is used as a past participle: (eaten, happened, existed).
  • The -ing form (V4) is used as a present participle: (eating, happening, existing).
  • The -s form (V5) is used when the subject is he, she, or it: (eats, happens, exists).
  • Irregular verbs have unpredictable forms: (go, went, gone).
  • Regular verbs have predictable forms: (walk, walked, walked).

Learn most common verbs forms in English.

Here is the V1(base form), V2(past simple), V3(past participle), in English.

V1 V2 V3
abate abated abated
dive dived dived
rest rested rested
retain retained retained
subscribe subscribed subscribed
warn warned warned
bring brought brought
mix mixed mixed
taste tasted tasted
maintain maintained maintained
place placed placed
translate translated translated
say said said
scam scammed scammed
tire tired tired
need needed needed
roll rolled rolled
solve solved solved
miss missed missed
surge surged surged
type typed typed
begin began begun
frame framed framed
smile smiled smiled
cry cried cried
search searched searched
throw threw thrown
accept accepted accepted
note noted noted
recite recited recited
touch touched touched
omit omitted omitted
rain rained rained
shave shove shaven
punish punished punished
sink sank sunk
stop stopped stopped
absorb absorbed absorbed
hear heard heard
pay paid paid
stress stressed stressed
carry carried carried
own owned owned
set set set
accompany accompanied accompanied
frighten frightened frightened
prove proved proved
see saw seen
present presented presented
shorten shortened shortened
terminate terminated terminated
fly flew flown
shine shone shone
trust trusted trusted
lick licked licked
open opened opened
remain remained remained
decorate decorated decorated
permit permitted permitted
try tried tried
extend extended extended
sight sighted sighted
talk talked talked
convince convinced convinced
recast recast recast
stand stood stood
canvass canvassed canvassed
march marched marched
recognize recognized recognized
abide abode abode
melt melted melted
shed shed shed
abash abashed abashed
point pointed pointed
value valued valued
decay decayed decayed
misuse misused misused
study studied studied