- What is another word for cost?
- What is the present tense of laid?
- What is the past form of shut?
- What is the past tense and past participle of shut?
- What’s the past tense of cost?
- Is fall past tense?
- What does accosted mean?
- Is paid past or present?
- Is put past tense?
- What is the third form of paid?
- Who paid attention?
What is another word for cost?
Synonyms of costcharge,disbursement,expenditure,expense,outgo,outlay..
What is the present tense of laid?
The important thing to remember is that there are two quite separate verbs involved. Lay is the present tense of a verb whose basic meaning is ‘place something in a more or less horizontal position’, with the past tense and participle laid.
What is the past form of shut?
Conjugation of ‘Shut’Base Form (Infinitive):ShutPast Simple:ShutPast Participle:Shut3rd Person Singular:ShutsPresent Participle/Gerund:Shutting
What is the past tense and past participle of shut?
make verb formsInfinitivePresent ParticiplePast Tenseshutshuttingshut
What’s the past tense of cost?
The past tense of cost is cost or costed. The third-person singular simple present indicative form of cost is costs. The present participle of cost is costing. The past participle of cost is cost or costed.
Is fall past tense?
Answer and Explanation: The simple past tense of ‘fall’ is ‘fell. ‘ This is also called the preterite of ‘fall. ‘ The past participle of this verb is ‘fallen.
What does accosted mean?
transitive verb. : to approach and speak to (someone) in an often challenging or aggressive way He was accosted by a stranger on the street.
Is paid past or present?
Paid vs. Payed. The past tense of the verb pay is paid for the majority of its senses. In fact, paid is sometimes used even for the nautical meanings of pay.
Is put past tense?
Hi Erica, The present tense, past simple tense and past participle of the word ‘put’ are the same. You can use ‘put’ for all three!
What is the third form of paid?
Conjugation of ‘Pay’Base Form (Infinitive):PayPast Simple:PaidPast Participle:Paid3rd Person Singular:PaysPresent Participle/Gerund:Paying
Who paid attention?
PAYED/PAID. If you paid attention in school, you know that the past tense of “pay” is “paid” except in the special sense that has to do with ropes: “He payed out the line to the smuggler in the rowboat.”