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

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Meaning: to latch on to something.

Latch Verb Forms V1 V2 V3 V4 V5

Base Form/Infinitive (V1) Latch
Past Tense (V2) Latched
Past Participle Form (V3) Latched
Present Participle/Gerund (V4) Latching
3rd Person Singular (V5) Latches

Latch Past Tense:

Past Tense of Latch is Latched.

Example: Sarah latched onto her backpack.

Latch Past Participle:

Past Participle Form of Latch is Latched.

Example: Sarah has latched onto her backpack.

Latch Present Participle:

Present Participle Form of Latch is Latching.

Example: Sarah is latching onto her backpack.

Latch 3rd Person Singular:

3rd Person Singular of Latch is Latches.

Example: Sarah latches onto her backpack.

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

Latch Conjugation

Indefinite / Simple Present Tense

  • I latch onto her backpack.
  • We/You/They latch onto her backpack.
  • He/She/It/Adam latches onto her backpack.

Present Continuous Tense

  • I am latching onto her backpack.
  • We/You/They are latching onto her backpack.
  • He/She/It/Adam is latching onto her backpack.

Present Perfect Tense

  • I have latched onto her backpack.
  • We/You/They have latched onto her backpack.
  • He/She/It/Adam has latched onto her backpack.

Present Perfect Continuous Tense

  • I have been latching onto her backpack.
  • We/You/They have been latching onto her backpack.
  • He/She/It/Adam has been latching onto her backpack.

Indefinite / Simple Past Tense

  • I latched onto her backpack.
  • We/You/They latched onto her backpack.
  • He/She/It/Adam latched onto her backpack.

Past Continuous Tense

  • I was latching onto her backpack.
  • We/You/They were latching onto her backpack.
  • He/She/It/Adam was latching onto her backpack.

Past Perfect Tense

  • I had latched onto her backpack.
  • We/You/They had latched onto her backpack.
  • He/She/It/Adam had latched onto her backpack.

Past Perfect Continuous Tense

  • I had been latching onto her backpack.
  • We/You/They had been latching onto her backpack.
  • He/She/It/Adam had been latching onto her backpack.

Indefinite / Simple Future Tense

  • I will latch onto her backpack.
  • We/You/They will latch onto her backpack.
  • He/She/It/Adam will latch onto her backpack.

Future Continuous Tense

  • I will be latching onto her backpack.
  • We/You/They will be latching onto her backpack.
  • He/She/It/Adam will be latching onto her backpack.

Future Perfect Tense

  • I will have latched onto her backpack.
  • We/You/They will have latched onto her backpack.
  • He/She/It/Adam will have latched onto her backpack.

Future Perfect Continuous Tense

  • I will have been latching onto her backpack.
  • We/You/They will have been latching onto her backpack.
  • He/She/It/Adam will have been latching onto her backpack.

Past Tense of Latch Phrasal Verbs

Latch Phrasal Verbs Past Tense
Latch on Latched on
Latch up Latched up
Latch in Latched in
Latch onto Latched onto
Latch over Latched over
Latch down Latched down
Latch off Latched off
Latch together Latched together
Latch out Latched out
Latch about Latched about

FAQS

What is the Future Tense of Latch?

Future Tense of latch is “will latch”.

What is the Present Tense of Latch?

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

I/we/you/they latch
He/she/it/singular name latches
Present participle latching

What is the Past Perfect Tense of Latch?

Past perfect tense of take is “had latched”.

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Last updated on May 23rd, 2023 at 01:57 pm