Go Past Tense and Past Participle: Verb Go Forms V1V2V3V4

Go Past Tense and Past Participle! The verb go is an irregular and intransitive verb. It does not take an object and can never be used in the passive voice. The verb “go” describes a self-contained action. Since it is an intransitive verb, it may be followed by adverbs, adverb phrases and clauses describing the how, why, when, and where of the action.

Look at the following sentences to know how adverbs, adverb phrases and clauses can follow the intransitive verb.

  • The baby will go slowly. (adverb)
  • The evening sun goes down. (adverb)
  • He went to meet his friends. (Adverbial phrase)
  • All the birds will have gone when winter comes. (Adverbial clause)

Forms of Go (Present, Past & Past Participle)

InfinitivePresent Form/V1Go Past Tense/V2Go Past ParticiplePresent Participle of Go
To goGo (3rd Person singular Goes)WentGoneGoing
Go Past Tense and Past Participle

Verb Go Past Tense and Past Participle Conjugation

Go Present Simple Tense

  • I/We go
  • He/She/It goes
  • You/They go

Simple Past Tense of Go

  • I/We went
  • He/She/It went
  • You/They went

Future Tense Go

  • I/We will go
  • He/She/It will go
  • You/They will go

Present Continuous Tense of Go

  • I am going
  • He/She/It is going
  • We/You/They are going

Past Continuous Tense

  • I was going
  • He/She/It was going
  • We/You/They were going

Future Continuous Tense

  • I/We will be going
  • He/She/It will be going
  • You/They will be going

Go Present Perfect Tense

  • I/We have gone
  • He/She/It has gone
  • You/They have gone

Go Past Perfect Tense

  • I/We had gone 
  • He/She/It had gone
  • You/They had gone

Future Perfect Tense of Go

  • I/We will have gone
  • He/She/It will have gone
  • You/They will have gone

Present Perfect Continuous Tense

  • I/We have been going
  • He/She/It has been going
  • You/They have been going

Past Perfect Continuous Tense

  • I/We had been going
  • He/She/It had been going
  • You/They had been going

Future Perfect Continuous Tense

  • I/We will have been going
  • He/She/It will have been going
  • You/They will have been going

Verb Go Example Sentences (Go, Went, Gone, Going)

  • Please go.
  •  He comes and goes.
  • She goes to the office every morning.
  • The car won’t go.
  • She had just gone into the room.
  • I think his hearing is going.
  • It took them about two hours hour to go to that village.
  • They are going to Delhi tomorrow.
  • I am going to lunch now.
  • Where do you go on winter vacation?
  • It would be best if you went as fast as you can.
  • That road goes to the main city.
  • The evening went too quickly.
  • The meeting isn’t going well.
  • The labourers went hungry for days.
  •  I think the pizza has gone bad.
  •  How the country has gone bankrupt?
  • I went to the Law School.
  •  He goes to church every Friday.
  • We went dancing last night.

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