past tense definition

  • noun:
    • A verb tight accustomed express an action or a condition which took place or during the past. Including, in While she was stitching, he read out loud, had been stitching and look over have been in days gone by tight.
    • last tense is the type of language regularly refer to a meeting, transaction, or event that did happen or has occurred, or an object that existed, at a point in time prior to this. Compare with present tense, which describes a meeting, deal or event which will be occurring today (or presently), or an object that presently is out there; or with future tense, which refers to a conference, deal or occurrence with maybe not yet happened, is anticipated to take place someday, or might never happen.
    • a verb tense that expresses activities or states in past times

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