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Irregular Verb - To grow

Plant growing

grow / grew / grown / growing

Tenses for the Verb - To grow

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Timeline Future Tense Present Tense Past Tense

 

The Past

Past Continuous - "The plant was growing in spring."
Past Simple - "It grew until June."
Past Perfect Simple - "It had already grown by July."
Past Perfect Continuous - "It had been growing for two months, when it got its first flower."

The Present

Present Continuous - "It is May and the plant is growing."
Present Simple - "It grows every spring."
Present Perfect Simple - "It's already grown 2 inches this month."
Present Perfect Continuous - "It's been growing since March."

The Future

Future Continuous - "I'm growing more plants in the spring."
Future Simple - "I will grow at least 10 new plants."
Future Perfect Simple - "They will have already grown by the time summer arrives."
Future Perfect Continuous - "They will have been growing for 2 months before they get their first flower."

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