Past Tense Of Troubleshoot, Past Participle Form of Troubleshoot, Troubleshoot Troubleshot V1 V2 V3
Past Tense of Troubleshoot
We use the word ‘troubleshoot’ 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!
Troubleshoot means detecting a problem and try to solve it. The word also means logical, systematic research to solve the source of a problem and make the product or process work again.
Base Form Examples
- Whenever Melissa is in trouble, she asks for help from her boyfriend to troubleshoot her problems.
V2 Past Simple
The V2 version of this verb is ‘troubleshot’. We use it when we express past actions.
- My washing machine was broken and I called a serviceman. He troubleshot it immediately.
- One of my friends’ computer was not working. I troubleshot it several days ago.
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V3 Past Participle
The V3 version of troubleshoot is ‘troubleshot’. To create past participle of this verb, we should use the word ‘troubleshot’. We use past participle when we need to express past actions that we are still affected by those events. In the present perfect tense, we should use ‘have + troubleshot’ or ‘has + troubleshot’. It changes according to subjects. If the subjects are I, you, we and they, we use ‘have + troubleshot’. For he, she and it, we use ‘has + troubleshot’. On the other hand, in the past perfect tense, we should use ‘had + troubleshot’ regardless of subjects.
- This television has been troubleshot for one week.
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