What is the 3rd form of catch?
|Base Form (Infinitive):||Catch|
|3rd Person Singular:||Catches|
Thereof, what is the third form of catch?
The past tense of catch is caught. The third-person singular simple present indicative form of catch is catches. The present participle of catch is catching. The past participle of catch is caught.
Likewise, what is the past participle tense of catch? The verb 'catch' is part of a category of English verbs known as 'irregular verbs', since they do not follow a pattern or rule for the formation of both its past simple and past participle forms. In the case of 'catch', both its form in past simple and past participle is 'caught' (pronunciation 'COT', barely).
Similarly one may ask, what is the v2 and v3 form of catch?
Irregular Verbs List
|V1 Base Form||V2 Past Simple||V3 Past Participle|
What is catch second form?
What is Verb first / (2nd) second form of Catch (Past) and (3rd) third form of Catch (Past Participle) in English grammar. See above verb Catch Second form and Catch Third forms [Caught] [Caught].