Can V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 Base Form, Past Simple, Past Participle Form of Can

Can V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 is one of the verbs that are used very commonly in English tests as well as in everyday communication. Also, because it’s an irregular verb, can doesn’t follow the regular rule. The verb “can” has five different forms: base form, past simple, past participle form, present perfect, and present perfect participle. So what is can‘s past? How do conjugate verbs with can verbs?

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Can of Definition and Meaning

Can is a word that we use to talk about the ability of something to do something. It also refers to the ability of a person or thing to achieve some goal, or be able to achieve some goal.

V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 Form of Can

Base Form (V1) can
Past Form (V2) could
Past Participle Form (V3) could
s / es/ es (V4) canes
‘ing’ form (V5) canning

Can of Past Simple V2

The verb Can is also employed in its V2 form as “could”’. It is used to indicate the past tense in sentences.

Can of Past Participle V3

The V3 form is identical to the V2 form. The V3 form is “could”. Could is used in the past or present perfect tense. 

+ In the present perfect tense, we use the word V1 as ‘have + could‘ or ‘has + could’.

  • I, you, and we are used as ‘have + could‘. 
  • ‘has + could is used for he, she, and it. 

+ If you need to use the past perfect tense, use ‘had + could‘ regardless of the subject.

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Conjugation of Can V1 V2 V3 V4 V5

Conjugation table: Can
Number Singular
Present Simple of can I You She/He/It
can can canes
Plural
We You They
can can can
Present Continuous of can I You She/He/It
am canning are canning is canning
Plural
We You They
are canning are canning are canning
Present Perfect of can I You She/He/It
have could have could has could
Plural
We You They
have could have could have could
Present Perfect Continuous of can I You She/He/It
have been canning have been canning has been canning
Plural
We You They
have been canning have been canning have been canning
Past Simple of can I You She/He/It
could could could
Plural
We You They
could could could
Past Continuous of can I You She/He/It
was canning were canning was canning
Plural
We You They
were canning were canning were canning
Past Perfect of can I You She/He/It
had could had could had could
Plural
We You They
had could had could had could
Past Perfect Continuous of can I You She/He/It
had been canning had been canning had been canning
Plural
We You They
had been canning had been canning had been canning
Future Simple of can I You She/He/It
will/shall can will/shall can will/shall can
Plural
We You They
will/shall can will/shall can will/shall can
Future Continuous of can I You She/He/It
will/shall be canning will/shall be canning will/shall be canning
Plural
We You They
will/shall be canning will/shall be canning will/shall be canning
Future Perfect of can I You She/He/It
will/shall have could will/shall have could will/shall have could
Plural
We You They
will/shall have could will/shall have could will/shall have could
Future Perfect Continuous of can I You She/He/It
will/shall have been canning will/shall have been canning will/shall have been canning
Plural
We You They
will/shall have been canning will/shall have been canning will/shall have been canning
Conditional Present of can I You She/He/It
would can would can would can
Plural
We You They
would can would can would can
Conditional Perfect of can I You She/He/It
would have could would have could would have could
Plural
We You They
would have could would have could would have could
Conditional Present Continuous of can I You She/He/It
would be canning would be canning would be canning
Plural
We You They
would be canning would be canning would be canning
Conditional Perfect Continuous of can I You She/He/It
would have been canning would have been canning would have been canning
Plural
We You They
would have been canning would have been canning would have been canning
Present Subjunctive of can I You She/He/It
can can can
Plural
We You They
can can can
Past Subjunctive of can I You She/He/It
could could could
Plural
We You They
could could could
Past Perfect Subjunctive of can I You She/He/It
had could had could had could
Plural
We You They
had could had could had could
Imperative of can I You She/He/It
can
Plural
We You They
Let’s can can

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Example Sentences with Can V1 V2 V3 V4 V5

In this section, we will learn about can sentence examples:

  • Can you give me this place?
  • You could do anything in the next hour.

Synonym Words For Can

Synonym of can word list. Here are a variety of words whose meaning is nearly the synonym of can:

  • be able to
  • be capable of
  • be equal to
  • be up to
  • be within one’s area
  • be within one’s control
  • lie in one’s power
  • may
  • could
  • might
  • would
  • is able to

Opposite Words For Can

The antonym of can word list. Here are some words that have nearly the opposite meaning as can:

  • cannot
  • can’t
  • may not
  • ought not
  • shall not

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Some Frequently Asked Questions About Can (Verb)

What is the V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 of can?

The past tense of can is could. The third-person singular simple present indicative form of can is canes. The present participle of can is canning. The past participle of can is could.

Base Form (V1) can
Past Form (V2) could
Past Participle Form (V3) could
s / es/ es (V4) canes
‘ing’ form (V5) canning

What is the V2 and V3 form of can?

+ The V2 and V3 form of can  is “could“.

What is the sentence of can?

What is the past tense V2 of can?

+ The past tense of can is “could“.

What is the past participle V3 of can?

+ The past participle of can is “could“.

What is the present participle V5 of can?

+ The present participle of can is “canning“.

Conclusion

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