Past Tense Of Thrust, Past Participle Form of Thrust, Thrust Thrusted V1 V2 V3
Past Tense of Thrust
We use the word ‘thrust’ 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!
Thrust means to push something somewhere all of a sudden and with force. It also means opening or closing an object by applying force.
Base Form Examples
- Whenever I see the police, I thrust my knife into my pocket.
V2 Past Simple
The V2 version of the verb thrust is again ‘thrust’.
- Woman thrust the money in her bag when she saw the police.
- He thrust his book into my hand and told me to take it home.
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V3 Past Participle
The V2 and V3 forms of the word ‘thrust’ are the same. In other words, we use ‘thrust’ in all tenses. However, in present perfect tense and past perfect tense, we use ‘have’ and ‘had’ with the word like ‘has + thrust’ or ‘had + thrust’. When we want to make a passive voice, we should use the auxiliary verb. That is ‘has + been’. The plural form of that is ‘have + been’. For the subjects of I, you, we and they, ‘have + been’ is used. For the subjects of he she and it, ‘has + been’ is used.
- After she had thrust her hands into the backpack of a man to steal his wallet, she went on her way.
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