What is the past tense and future tense of build?
Past Simple ( Second Form ) : Built. Past Participle ( Third Form ) : Built. 3rd Person Signular : Builds. Present Participle/Gerund : Building.
There are no inflected forms for the future in English (nothing like those -ed or -s endings in the other tenses). Instead, the future tense employs the helping verbs will or shall with the base form of the verb: She will leave soon. We shall overcome.
verb (used with object), built or (Archaic) build·ed; build·ing. to construct (especially something complex) by assembling and joining parts or materials: to build a house. to establish, increase, or strengthen (often followed by up): to build a business; to build up one’s hopes.
Was it built or build?
Verb Forms of Build
The formula for the simple future is will + [root form of verb]. There is another way to show that something will happen in the future. It follows the formula [am/is/are] + going to + [root form verb]. I am going to learn a new language.
What are the tenses of build?
Conjugation of verb ‘Build’
The past tense of build is built. The third-person singular simple present indicative form of build is builds. The present participle of build is building. The past participle of build is built.