Infinitive - to swim. Present participle - swimming. Past participle ...
Conjugate the English verb swim in several modes, tenses, voices, numbers, ...
conditional, participle form, gerund, present, past, future perfect, progressive.
I am swimming. You/we/they are swimming. He/she/it is swimming.
Irregular verb definition for 'to Swim', including the base form, past simple, past
participle, 3rd person singular, present participle / gerund.
... are irregular? • What is the difference between the simple past tense and the
past participle? ... These forms are the infinitive, simple present, simple past, past
participle, and present participle. ... to swim, swim(s), swam, swum, swimming ...
Using the present continuous verb tense in the English language. ... This is the
verb tense used most often to talk about the present. ... then add ing, swim
Nov 18, 2008 ... For short, one-syllable verbs, that end with consonant + vowel + consonant (CVC
), we must double the last consonant and then add -ing: swim ...
In Late Middle English and Early Modern English, the present participle form
swimmand still sometimes occurred in Midlands and Northern dialects, ...
But the gerund is a verb used as a noun (Swimming is fun.) and the present
participle is used to form a progressive tense (I am swimming.) or it is used as an
The present tense (e.g. I am, she works, we swim, they believe) is also called the
present ... There are two further types of tense: the continuous and the perfect.