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Meet past tense - Meet or Met: What’s the Difference?





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Meet or Met: What’s the Difference?





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Examples of Past Tense Verbs


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In this example, we see that the meeting will occur in the future as of 12 p.






Examples of Past Tense Verbs


Understanding how they function will help you make your decision more easily.

Regular verbs all tend to take on the same sort of endings in the past tense, while irregular verbs typically vary.


Description: There are three patterns you can use when writing a verb in past tense.

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    Past: Yesterday, I took my young brother to the park and bought him an ice-cream. We kicked around a football, laughed and talked for hours. Simple Past Tense Exercise: change the verbs in brackets to the simple past. Be careful with spellings. 1) They all (go) ___ shopping.
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    Will be meeting is the future continuous tense of the verb to meet. The construction will + be + the present participle meeting indicates that the meeting isn’t going to happen in an instant, all at once. It will have a duration. The will + be + present participle construction always indicates the future continuous tense.
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