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

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Meaning: to rise and move quickly upward.

Leap Verb Forms V1 V2 V3 V4 V5

Base Form/Infinitive (V1) Leap
Past Tense (V2) Leaped
Past Participle Form (V3) Leaped
Present Participle/Gerund (V4) Leaping
3rd Person Singular (V5) Leaps

Leap Past Tense:

Past Tense of Leap is Leaped.

Example: Sarah leaped over the hurdle.

Leap Past Participle:

Past Participle Form of Leap is Leaped.

Example: Sarah has leaped over the hurdle.

Leap Present Participle:

Present Participle Form of Leap is Leaping.

Example: Sarah is leaping over the hurdle.

Leap 3rd Person Singular:

3rd Person Singular of Leap is Leaps.

Example: Sarah leaps over the hurdle.

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

Leap Conjugation

Indefinite / Simple Present Tense

  • I leap over the hurdle.
  • We/You/They leap over the hurdle.
  • He/She/It/Adam leaps over the hurdle.

Present Continuous Tense

  • I am leaping over the hurdle.
  • We/You/They are leaping over the hurdle.
  • He/She/It/Adam is leaping over the hurdle.

Present Perfect Tense

  • I have leaped over the hurdle.
  • We/You/They have leaped over the hurdle.
  • He/She/It/Adam has leaped over the hurdle.

Present Perfect Continuous Tense

  • I have been leaping over the hurdle.
  • We/You/They have been leaping over the hurdle.
  • He/She/It/Adam has been leaping over the hurdle.

Indefinite / Simple Past Tense

  • I leaped over the hurdle.
  • We/You/They leaped over the hurdle.
  • He/She/It/Adam leaped over the hurdle.

Past Continuous Tense

  • I was leaping over the hurdle.
  • We/You/They were leaping over the hurdle.
  • He/She/It/Adam was leaping over the hurdle.

Past Perfect Tense

  • I had leaped over the hurdle.
  • We/You/They had leaped over the hurdle.
  • He/She/It/Adam had leaped over the hurdle.

Past Perfect Continuous Tense

  • I had been leaping over the hurdle.
  • We/You/They had been leaping over the hurdle.
  • He/She/It/Adam had been leaping over the hurdle.

Indefinite / Simple Future Tense

  • I will leap over the hurdle.
  • We/You/They will leap over the hurdle.
  • He/She/It/Adam will leap over the hurdle.

Future Continuous Tense

  • I will be leaping over the hurdle.
  • We/You/They will be leaping over the hurdle.
  • He/She/It/Adam will be leaping over the hurdle.

Future Perfect Tense

  • I will have leaped over the hurdle.
  • We/You/They will have leaped over the hurdle.
  • He/She/It/Adam will have leaped over the hurdle.

Future Perfect Continuous Tense

  • I will have been leaping over the hurdle.
  • We/You/They will have been leaping over the hurdle.
  • He/She/It/Adam will have been leaping over the hurdle.

Past Tense of Leap Phrasal Verbs

Leap Phrasal Verbs Past Tense
Leap over Leapt over
Leap out Leapt out
Leap up Leapt up
Leap into Leapt into
Leap off Leapt off
Leap forward Leapt forward
Leap about Leapt about
Leap for Leapt for
Leap across Leapt across
Leap down Leapt down

FAQS

What is the Future Tense of Leap?

Future Tense of leap is “will leap”.

What is the Present Tense of Leap?

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

I/we/you/they leap
He/she/it/singular name leaps
Present participle leaping

What is the Past Perfect Tense of Leap?

Past perfect tense of take is “had leaped”.

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Last updated on May 23rd, 2023 at 05:13 pm