- Is had told correct?
- What is the difference between FIND and found?
- Did she tell or told?
- Could found or could find?
- Can be found or find?
- Is told to correct?
- Did see or did saw?
- Did not find or found?
- Did not found grammar?
- When you find out or found out?
- Had find or had found?
- Would find or found?
- Did she find or found?
- Did u find or found?
- Did I just say or said?
Is had told correct?
Re: Told you / Had told you Only the past tense is correct: ‘I told you my name’.
‘I had told you’ is the past perfect tense and you need to have a reason to use it..
What is the difference between FIND and found?
As verbs the difference between find and found is that find is to encounter or discover by accident; to happen upon while found is (find) or found can be to begin building or found can be to melt, especially of metal in an industrial setting.
Did she tell or told?
“What did I tell you” is correct. We always use first form of verb with second form of verb. As ‘did’ is the 1st form pf verb of “do”, so we will use ‘tell’ as it is the first form. P.S. we always use 1st form with did.
Could found or could find?
So, you indeed should have used “could find”. The modal verb, can is already in its paste-form: could. So you don’t need to change also find.
Can be found or find?
If you presume they have already looked at the list, use “found”. If you would like them to review the list, but they haven’t done so, use “find”. So, since you are putting the sentence below the list, “found” makes sense. But if you were to put that sentence ABOVE the list, you would need to use “find”.
Is told to correct?
If you must use the preposition “to”, then this is the correct way – I said to him. There’s more to this rule. If you are familiar with the concept of reported / indirect speech, you must use “said to” for direct speech and “told” for indirect speech. … “Him” is the indirect object and the “to” is superfluous.
Did see or did saw?
Robert is correct in saying “Did you saw” is grammatically incorrect. However, “Did you saw it?” is correct as “saw” can only mean one thing – the action of sawing. Because of the rules of English grammar, the sentence is not ambiguous.
Did not find or found?
As you wrote, only “I did not find” is correct. “I did not found” is an error. (There is also a verb “to found,” but its meaning is different and it is not related to “find.” “Find,” with its past tense “found,” comes from Old High German. “Found,” as a separate verb, comes from Latin.)
Did not found grammar?
This is not correct. Don’t use this phrase. Verb Tense: When using the auxiliary verb “did”, you must use the present tense of the main verb, “find”.
When you find out or found out?
We use find out + [something]. The the usual grammar is find out + [noun phrase] and find out + [subject/verb]. Find out is a phrasal verb, and the past tense is found out.
Had find or had found?
They are all forms of past tense. I found = the simple past. … I had found = the past perfect tense. I have had found: I am not familiar with this usage; perhaps you were mistaken that it is a tense at all.
Would find or found?
Look at it this was – The verb „find“ is present tense and “found” is past tense. As stated by P. Gorla, “how would you found” is incorrect.
Did she find or found?
Therefore when ‘did’ has been used to make the main verb interrogative , the main verb ‘ found’ will come back to bare infinitive form ‘ find’. ‘Did you find? ‘ is correct.
Did u find or found?
Where did you find it? Yes, in such questions you should use the verb do. Note that after do you should use the bare form of the verb: find, not found. The verb do carries the Past Tense, being transformed into did, so there’s no need for find to carry the Past Tense too.
Did I just say or said?
“Did” is the past tense of the verb to do. Think of that verb as a time machine that moves the rest of the sentence into the past. You’re asking about a past event, but the sentence itself has moved into the past, so you use the present-tense form for the object – “say,” in this case, rather than “said.”