Is become or has become?
Keeping this in view, what tense is to become?
The past tense of become is became or becomed (archaic, nonstandard, poetic). The third-person singular simple present indicative form of become is becomes. The present participle of become is becoming.
Secondly, what's the difference between become and became? Became is the preterite (or past tense), but become is the past participle.
Correspondingly, will VS will become?
Future I will become you will become he will become we will become you will become they will become. Future perfect. I will have become you will have become. "He will become.." is the valid construction, and "will becomes" & "will be become " are wrong.
Is become an irregular verb?
Below is our common English irregular verbs list which includes 213 verbs and shows the infinitive, the past simple and the past participle forms. Alternate forms are separated by a / character.
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