What is the past tense of the ride

correctionen.de | Proofreading and editing

drive

Conjugation of the word forms

Here you will find the word forms indicative and subjunctive of different tenses of the verb »fahren«.

infoSpelling rules: drive drove [let go, learn § 34(4); let go, let go [all hope] Section 34 E7]; [Car, train, bike ...] drive

Verb - basic form

infinitiveauxiliary verbType of conjugation
drive (→ noun)have / bestrong verb

Please choose:



Present

personindicativeSubjunctive I
Iride ride
youdrive drive
he she itmoves ride
wedrive drive
youjourney drives
youdrive drive

Present - expresses what is happening or the time reference is not fixed.

preterite

personindicativeFuture
Idrove lead
youdrove lead
he she itdrove lead
weto lead to lead
youleads leads
youto lead to lead

First past or past tense - expresses past events. Narrative time in written narratives and reports.

imperative

SingularPlural
drive / drive journey

Command form - is used to ask, ask, admonish or warn someone to do or not to do something.

participle

Participle I - present tenseParticiple II - Perfect
driving (→ adj.)driven (→ adj.)

First and second middle word (the present and the past).

At the compound times



Our inflection tool offers help with declining and conjugating nouns, adjectives and verbs. The spellings recommended bykorkturen.de follow the recommendations of the dictionary editors of Duden and / or Wahrig.

All spellings conform to the German spelling rules. For questions and suggestions - including information and definitions - please use our forum or the contact form.