What  is The Past Tense of Make
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What is The Past Tense of Make

When one starts learning English, it quickly becomes apparent that “make” is one of those verbs that you simply can’t do without. Like “do” and “have”, the verb “make” is found in many forms, and has many possible definitions. The primary definition surrounds the idea of forming or manufacturing something by putting various components together….

What is the Past Tense of Let
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What is the Past Tense of Let

“Let” is a small but powerful verb in English, sometimes confused with “make” (force, compel) by some language users where the concepts overlap. In English, “let” is used mostly to mean ‘allow’ but it can also be used in a variety of formal imperatives, some that are used commonly in regular speech, and some that…

What is the Past Tense of Fall
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What is the Past Tense of Fall

“Fall” is yet another surprisingly useful verb that some learners don’t realize is so handy until they actually start studying it. As with many verbs, it can describe both literal and figurative circumstances, but it is most often used to describe downward motion, typically without any kind of control. Alternatively, it can refer to anything…

What is The Past Tense of Drive
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What is The Past Tense of Drive

The verb “drive” in English is an important one for talking about movement. It most commonly is used to refer to the action of operating motor vehicles (except motorcycles, which typically use ‘ride’ as their verb). However, it can also be used to refer to the action of certain forces propelling or carrying something along…