Past Tense Of Like, Past Participle Form of Like, Like Liked V1 V2 V3
Past Tense of Like
We use the word ‘like’ very often in our daily life. In this post, we will examine the details of this widely used expression. If you are ready, let’s start!
The word is used in many different senses. It is used to draw full attention to the nature and characteristics of an event or action. The word also means that something or a person has qualities and characteristics similar to something or a person.
Base Form Examples
- I really like turning the pages of this book.
V2 Past Simple
The V2 form of this verb is used as ‘liked’.
- I liked hanging out with my friends today.
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V3 Past Participle
The V3 form is the same as the V2 form. The V3 form of this verb is ‘liked’. ‘Liked’ is used in the case of Past Perfect Tense or Present Perfect Tense. If the question is in the Present Perfect Tense, we use the word like as ‘have + liked’ or ‘has + liked’. The subjects I, you, we are used as ‘have + liked’. The subjects he, she, it, are used as ‘has + liked’. If the Past Perfect Tense is in question, the use is ‘had + liked’ regardless of the subject this time.
- I have liked the way he told the story.
- They have liked what they did with their parents today.
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