Past Tense Of Seek, Past Participle Form of Seek, Seek Sought Sought V1 V2 V3
Past Tense of Seek
We use the word ‘seek’ 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 meaning of this word is attempting to find (something). It is also used in the sense of searching to find something.
Base Form Examples
- We will go there to seek a proper house.
V2 Past Simple
In the example below, you can see how the past form of the verb ‘seek’ is used. The V2 form of this verb is ‘sought’.
- Bruce sought an advice from his doctor.
- We sought an answer from police officer.
- She sought certainty in the existence of money.
Verb + Preposition IN List in English
Verb + Preposition ABOUT List in English
Verb + Preposition FOR List in English
Verb + Preposition FROM List in English
V3 Past Participle
The V2 and V3 forms of the word ‘seek’ are the same. The V3 version of this verb is ‘sought’. ‘Sought’ 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 seek as have + sought or has + sought. The subjects I, you, we are used with ‘have + sought’. The subjects he, she, it, are used with ‘has + sought’. If the Past Perfect Tense is in question, the use is ‘had + sought’ regardless of the subject this time.
- I had sought out my liberal dwelling.
- My mother had sought protection from the cold weather.
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