- How do you use put in a sentence?
- What does put to good use mean?
- What is the phrasal verb of put up?
- What’s another word for put up?
- What is the difference between usual and usually?
- Is put past tense?
- Where do you put usually in a sentence?
- What type of verb is put?
- Which tense is used with usually?
- Is were present tense?
- What does it mean to put up with something?
- What is the meaning of phrasal verb put up with?
- Can a sentence start with usually?
- Has put or had put?
How do you use put in a sentence?
Put sentence examplesShe put on her red dress.
He put a spoon in her hand.
I want you to put money into this little box during Lent.
The dog was put to sleep.
The decision was put off till at least December.
How do you put a price on this house.
You’re the person he wanted to put in the house.More items….
What does put to good use mean?
Employ to the best advantageEmploy to the best advantage, as in I’m sure this dictionary will be put to good use.
What is the phrasal verb of put up?
phrasal verb. put up something. to show a particular level of skill, determination, etc. in a fight or contest. They surrendered without putting up much of a fight.
What’s another word for put up?
What is another word for put up?erectraisestand uplift upstandhoistmountlifthold upuplift25 more rows
What is the difference between usual and usually?
The expression as usual means ‘the same as normally, or very often, happens’. We always use the adjective usual in this phrase, NOT the adverb usually. as usually .
Is put past tense?
Hi Erica, The present tense, past simple tense and past participle of the word ‘put’ are the same. You can use ‘put’ for all three!
Where do you put usually in a sentence?
The adverb usually refers to what typically or normally happens. We use it mostly in mid position, between the subject and the main verb, or after the modal verb or first auxiliary verb, or after be as a main verb: Children usually enjoy visits to the zoo.
What type of verb is put?
Conjugation of ‘Put’Base Form (Infinitive):PutPast Simple:PutPast Participle:Put3rd Person Singular:PutsPresent Participle/Gerund:Putting
Which tense is used with usually?
Verb TensesPresentPastProgressiveusuallyamount of time + agofor + amount of timesometimestodayfor + amount of time3 more rows
Is were present tense?
Commonly Confused Words: were / we’re / where Meaning – Were is the past tense of the verb are. Look at this example of were used in a sentence. Since were means the same as the past tense of are in this sentence, it is the correct word to use.
What does it mean to put up with something?
phrasal verb. If you put up with something, you tolerate or accept it, even though you find it unpleasant or unsatisfactory. They had put up with behavior from their son which they would not have tolerated from anyone else. See full dictionary entry for put.
What is the meaning of phrasal verb put up with?
phrasal verb. put up with somebody/something. to accept somebody/something that is annoying, unpleasant, etc. without complaining synonym tolerate. I don’t know how she puts up with him.
Can a sentence start with usually?
GRAMMAR: Word order• Usually can come before the verb or at the start of the sentence: She usually takes the bus. Usually she takes the bus. Usually normally comes after ‘be’ or an auxiliary verb such as ‘do’ or ‘have’: She is usually late.
Has put or had put?
Absolutely nothing is wrong with I have put the water in the freezer. This is the present perfect, and the present perfect is formed by using have plus the past participle of the verb. The verb in question is put. The past participle of put is put.