Past Tense Of Wind, Past Participle Form of Wind, Wind Wound V1 V2 V3
Past Tense of Wind
We use the word ‘wind’ 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 wind is to turn or twist something around something else. The wind is also known as the natural, mostly horizontal movements of air in the atmosphere near the Earth’s surface.
Base Form Examples
- When she hurts part of her body, she winds that part with a small piece of cloth.
V2 Past Simple
Now, we are going to see the past form of the verb wind. The V2 version of this verb is ‘wound’.
- While she was chopping tomatoes, she cut her finger. Then, she wound a piece of fabric around his finger to stop bleeding.
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V3 Past Participle
The V2 and V3 forms of the word wind are the same. The V3 version of this verb is ‘wound’. In the present perfect tense, we should use ‘have + wound’ or ‘has + wound’. It changes according to subjects. If the subjects are I, you, we and they, we use ‘have + wound’. For he, she and it, we use ‘has + wound’. On the other hand, we should use ‘had + wound’ in the past perfect tense. It is the same for all the subjects.
- It has been raining for 3 hours and it is cold. That’s why she has wound a scarf around her neck.
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