What is the past tense of bathe?
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Past Tense of Bathe
Secondly, what is the past tense of carry? The past tense of carry is carried. The third-person singular simple present indicative form of carry is carries. The present participle of carry is carrying. The past participle of carry is carried.
Also to know, is bathed correct?
The verb form (for Americans) is to bathe. In British English, bath is also a verb—one baths . For Brits, to bathe means to swim or to pour liquid on something. Bath and bathe only differ in spelling by one letter, but there is a big difference in pronunciation and how they function in a sentence.
What is the third form of bath?
The past tense of bath is bathed. The third-person singular simple present indicative form of bath is baths. The present participle of bath is bathing. The past participle of bath is bathed.