What are the tenses of sew?
Sew (Stitch with a Needle and Thread)
“Sew” is an irregular verb, too. As such, the past tense of this verb can be either “sewn” (past participle) or “sewed” (simple past tense). A sewing machine.
What is the past tense of verb sew?
|I, you, he, she, it, we, they||sewed|
Why is sew pronounced sow?
One sows seeds; one does not sew them. Seeds are sown; threads are sewn. But sew itself has multiple pronunciations, since a cow that’s gone sew (=dry) is pronounced [sjuː] .
What is the verb form of sale?
Sale is a noun, sell is a verb (simple present) and sold is the simple past and past participle form of sell. I’m going to sell my car and buy a new one. She’s selling bottles of water at the football game. Yesterday I sold all of my old college textbooks on the internet.
Is sew regular?
Regular form “sewed” is correct too.
Is spell an irregular verb?
Spell is a verb with irregular and regular forms. Spelled and spelt are both common forms of the past tense and the past participle of spell, though with geographical differences.