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Conjugate the English verb drink: indicative, past tense, participle, present perfect, gerund, conjugation models and irregular verbs.


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Conjugate the English verb to drink: indicative, past tense, participle, present perfect, gerund, conjugation models and irregular verbs.


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Oct 20, 2014 ... This is a tense question, (but should not cause anxiety!) drink is the simple present tense: "I drink the wine." drank is the simple past tense: "I drank the wine yesterday." drunk is the past participle, used in the perfect and pluperfect tenses of the verb. "I had drunk the wine before you arrived." See: Drink drank ...


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A past participle is the adjective or adverb form of a verb. In this case, drunk is used exclusively with the verb have. Some will say that drank is not the past participle. However, it is listed in some dictionaries and used widely as such. If you are concerned about your audience, stick with have drunk and I drank.


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Etymology. O.E. drincan "to drink," also "to swallow up, engulf" (class III strong verb; past tense dranc, pp. druncen), from P.Gmc. *drengkan. Not found outside Gmc. The noun meaning "beverage, alcoholic beverage" was also in O.E. To drink like a fish is first recorded 1747. Support the free Verbix verb conjugation services


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Singular I have been drinking. You have been drinking. He/she/it has been drinking, Plural We have been drinking. You have been drinking. They have been drinking. 6. Past Progressive Tense. Singular I was drinking. You were drinking. He/she/it was drinking, Plural We were drinking. You were drinking. They were ...


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Drank and drunk are two ways to conjugate the verb drink, which means to swallow liquid. Drank is the simple past tense form. Drunk is the past participle form. As such, drunk can be used as an adjective, where it finds one of its most common applications, meaning intoxicated. To help you remember which of these words ...


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Learn English Tenses - Irregular verb - To drink. ... Click on the timeline to see how this irregular verb changes with each tense. Timeline. The Past. Past Continuous - "His doctor told him he was drinking too much." Past Simple - "I drank two glasses of wine yesterday ." Past Perfect Simple - "He had drunk too much.".


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This is a tense question! <but you shouldn't get tensed> DRINK: Simple present tense Ex: I like to drink coffee. DRANK: Simple past tense Ex: I drank coffee yesterday. DRUNK: Past participle (used with present perfect or past perfect tense) Ex: I ...


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May 7, 2010 ... The following is a short lesson in the use of the word drink and its tenses. Feel free to add other grammar concerns or pet peeves or flame me for starting a 3rd grammar thread. I'm always up for learning more language rules. Base Form drink / Past Simple drank / Past Participle drunk / Gerund drinking