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The Past Tense of Plead: Here’s What It Is and How to Use It

In this article, let’s explore the verb “to plead”, learn its proper use, how to use its past tense, look for its synonyms, and learn its etymology and context.

The Past Tense of Smite: Here’s What It Is and How to Use It

In this article, let’s explore the verb “to smite”, learn its proper use, how to use its past tense, look for its synonyms, and learn its etymology and context.  

The Past Tense of Draw: Here’s What It Is and How to Use It

In this article, let’s explore the verb “to draw”, learn its proper use, how to use its past tense, look for its synonyms, and learn its etymology and context.

The Past Tense of Troubleshoot: Here’s What It Is and How to Use It

In this article, let’s explore our word of the day, “to troubleshoot,” learn its proper use, how to use its past tense, look for its synonyms, and more.

The Past Tense of Breed: Here’s What It Is and How to Use It

This article will explain the conjugations of the word breed and also define breed and give you all the information you need about the word.

The Past Tense of Ride: Here’s What It Is and How to Use It

If you have ever been curious about the correct english grammar past tense of ride was, this article will clear that up.

The Past Tense of Shake: Here’s What It Is and How to Use It

This article will explain the conjugations of the word shake and give you all the information you need about how to use the word properly.

The Past Tense of Yeet: Here’s What It Is and How to Use It

If you are not a linguist too familiar with the slang words from 2014-2018, you might be curious about the past tense of yeet.

The Past Tense of Rise: Here’s What It Is and How to Use It

In this article, let’s explore the verb “to rise”, learn its proper use, how to use its past tense, look for its synonyms, and learn its etymology and context.