Confine Verb Forms: Past Tense and Past Participle (V1 V2 V3)

Meaning: to limit by physical or legal means.

Confine Verb Forms V1 V2 V3 V4 V5

Base Form/Infinitive (V1) Confine
Past Tense (V2) Confined
Past Participle Form (V3) Confined
Present Participle/Gerund (V4) Confining
3rd Person Singular (V5) Confines

Confine Past Tense:

Past Tense of Confine is Confined.

Example: Sarah confined a book in a drawer.

Confine Past Participle:

Past Participle Form of Confine is Confined.

Example: Sarah has confined a book in a drawer.

Confine Present Participle:

Present Participle Form of Confine is Confining.

Example: Sarah is confining a book in a drawer.

Confine 3rd Person Singular:

3rd Person Singular of Confine is Confines.

Example: Sarah confines a book in a drawer.

 

Confine Conjugation

Indefinite / Simple Present Tense

  • I confine a book in a drawer.
  • We/You/They confine a book in a drawer.
  • He/She/It/Adam confines a book in a drawer.

Present Continuous Tense

  • I am confining a book in a drawer.
  • We/You/They are confining a book in a drawer.
  • He/She/It/Adam is confining a book in a drawer.

Present Perfect Tense

  • I have confined a book in a drawer.
  • We/You/They have confined a book in a drawer.
  • He/She/It/Adam has confined a book in a drawer.

Present Perfect Continuous Tense

  • I have been confining a book in a drawer.
  • We/You/They have been confining a book in a drawer.
  • He/She/It/Adam has been confining a book in a drawer.

Indefinite / Simple Past Tense

  • I confined a book in a drawer.
  • We/You/They confined a book in a drawer.
  • He/She/It/Adam confined a book in a drawer.

Past Continuous Tense

  • I was confining a book in a drawer.
  • We/You/They were confining a book in a drawer.
  • He/She/It/Adam was confining a book in a drawer.

Past Perfect Tense

  • I had confined a book in a drawer.
  • We/You/They had confined a book in a drawer.
  • He/She/It/Adam had confined a book in a drawer.

Past Perfect Continuous Tense

  • I had been confining a book in a drawer.
  • We/You/They had been confining a book in a drawer.
  • He/She/It/Adam had been confining a book in a drawer.

Indefinite / Simple Future Tense

  • I will confine a book in a drawer.
  • We/You/They will confine a book in a drawer.
  • He/She/It/Adam will confine a book in a drawer.

Future Continuous Tense

  • I will be confining a book in a drawer.
  • We/You/They will be confining a book in a drawer.
  • He/She/It/Adam will be confining a book in a drawer.

Future Perfect Tense

  • I will have confined a book in a drawer.
  • We/You/They will have confined a book in a drawer.
  • He/She/It/Adam will have confined a book in a drawer.

Future Perfect Continuous Tense

  • I will have been confining a book in a drawer.
  • We/You/They will have been confining a book in a drawer.
  • He/She/It/Adam will have been confining a book in a drawer.

Confine Past Tense V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 Forms of Confine Past Simple and Past Participle

Past Tense of Confine Phrasal Verbs

Confine Phrasal Verbs Past Tense
Confine to Confined to
Confine in Confined in
Confine with Confined with
Confine around Confined around
Confine over Confined over
Confine out Confined out
Confine within Confined within
Confine through Confined through
Confine upon Confined upon
Confine under Confined under

FAQS

What is the Future Tense of Confine?

Future Tense of confine is “will confine”.

What is the Present Tense of Confine?

Present Tense of confine is “confine + s/es or ing”.

I/we/you/they confine
He/she/it/singular name confines
Present participle confining

What is the Past Perfect Tense of Confine?

Past perfect tense of take is “had confined”.

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Last updated on May 23rd, 2023 at 09:49 am