What is the past form of a verb?
- The past form of a verb is 'the way it is written and used in the past tense'.
- For regular verbs, the base form is changed to the past form by adding '-d, -ed or -ied'. For example:
bake(base form)-baked(past form)
- For irregular verbs, the past form can remain the same as base form, or be completely different. For example: