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Past tense of abide




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Past simple

abided

abode *


[əˈbaɪdɪd]
[əˈbəʊd]


* This form is obsolete or used only in particular cases or dialects.
The past simple tense (sometimes called preterite, simple past or past indefinite) is the basic form of the past tense. This is one of the most common past tenses and can describe a lot of events. It is really important to know how and when to use this tense for daily conversation.

The term „simple“ is used because it distinguishes syntactic sentences from the auxiliary of the past perfect or past progressive tense. The past simple is one of the easiest tenses to learn, which is one reason why this tense is called the past simple tense.
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I
abided 
you
abided 
he/she/it
abided 
we
abided 
you
abided 
they
abided 


Infinitive

abide






Other verbs conjugation abide



Present "abide"abide
Present Continuous "abide"am abiding
Simple past "abide"abided
Past Continuous "abide"was abiding
Present perfect "abide"have abided
Present perfect continuous "abide"have been abiding
Past perfect "abide"had abided
Past perfect continuous "abide"had been abiding
Future "abide"will abide
Future continuous "abide"will be abiding
Future perfect "abide"will have abided
Future perfect continuous "abide"will have been abiding



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