English Grammar Put
Learn English Put Grammar

Grammar Level 5- Lesson Three

In this grammar lesson, you learn about Put in English and how to use it in your English conversation and writing. Just follow examples and write them down a few times to learn them very well. After finishing this lesson, you should work on its quiz.

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Put

put / put / put / putting

 

The verb “put” is one of those words you learn first in English. Use “put” for placing objects in a place or in various places.

It’s almost impossible to speak English without “put.”

It’s also just about impossible to use “put” without an object and a preposition after it. (I put the milk away. The word “milk” is an object; the word “away is a preposition.)

Many students are confused by this irregular verb because it doesn’t change its form very much–just “put.”

I put the bread on the cutting board before cutting it.

They put water into the sink before doing the dishes. They also put soap in the water.

She’s putting some fish in the oven.

Do you like to put mustard on a hotdog?

He was put in prison because he killed someone.

She put on a blue shirt and jeans today. She also put her backpack on.

Put
present tense: put / puts
past tense: put
future: will put
present continuous: am / are / is putting
past continuous: was / were putting
future continuous: will be putting
present perfect: has / have put
past perfect: had put
future perfect: will have put
present perfect continuous: has / have been putting
past perfect continuous: had been putting
future perfect continuous: will have been putting
modal verbs: ______ put
past tense modal: ______ have put
infinitive: to put
gerund: putting
passive: yes

 

Quiz for Put

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