Knock Past Tense, Present and Future Conjugations, Knock V1 V2 V3
Meaning:- to strike or touch lightly.
Knock Past Tense / Knock V2:- Knocked
Knock Past Participle / Knock V3:- Knocked
Knock V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 Verb Forms
|Past Tense (V2)||Past Participle (V3)|
|Present Participle (V4)||Third Person Singular (V5)|
Example Conjugation with Knock
Knock Simple Past Tense
- I Knocked.
- It/He/She Knocked.
- We/They/You Knocked.
Knock Simple Present Tense
- I Knock.
- It/He/She Knocks.
- We/They/You Knock.
Knock Simple Future Tense
- I will/shall Knock.
- It/He/She will/shall Knock.
- We/They/You will/shall Knock.
Knock Past Continuous Tense
- I was Knocking.
- It/He/She was Knocking.
- We/They/You were Knocking.
Knock Present Continuous Tense
- I am Knocking.
- It/He/She is Knocking.
- We/They/You are Knocking.
Knock Future Continuous Tense
- I will/shall be Knocking.
- It/He/She will/shall be Knocking.
- We/They/You will/shall be Knocking.
Knock Past Perfect Tense
- I had Knocked.
- It/He/She had Knocked.
- We/They/You had Knocked.
Knock Present Perfect Tense
- I have Knocked.
- It/He/She has Knocked.
- We/They/You have Knocked.
Knock Future Perfect Tense
- I will/shall have Knocked.
- It/He/She will/shall have Knocked.
- We/They/You will/shall have Knocked.
Knock Past Perfect Continuous Tense
- I had been Knocking.
- It/He/She had been Knocking.
- We/They/You had been Knocking.
Knock Present Perfect Continuous Tense
- I have been Knocking.
- It/He/She has been Knocking.
- We/They/You have been Knocking.
Knock Future Perfect Continuous Tense
- I will/shall have been Knocking.
- It/He/She will/shall have been Knocking.
- We/They/You will/shall have been Knocking.
Definition of Common Terms Used in This Lesson
Verb: Verb is a part of speech that refers to an action, occurrence, or state of being. It is one of the most important parts of speech, as it is used to express what a person or thing does or experiences.
Verb Forms (V1 V2 V3 V4 V5): In English, there are five verb forms: base form, past tense, past participle, present perfect, and future. Each verb form is used to express a particular aspect of an action or occurrence.
Verb Conjugations: In order to express different tenses and aspects, verbs must be conjugated. This means that the verb’s ending is changed to match the particular tense or aspect being expressed. There are many different verb conjugations in English, so it is important to know which one to use for each situation.