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

Meaning: feel extreme surprise or fear, cause (someone) to feel surprise or fear

Shock Verb Forms V1 V2 V3 V4 V5

Infinitive/Base Form (V1) Shock
Past Tense (V2) Shocked
Past Participle Form (V3) Shocked
Present Participle/Gerund (V4) Shocking
3rd Person Singular (V5) Shocks

Shock Past Tense:

Past Tense of Shock is Shocked.

Example: Sarah shocked the audience.

Shock Past Participle:

Past Participle Form of Shock is Shocked.

Example: Sarah has shocked the audience.

Shock Present Participle:

Present Participle Form of Shock is Shocking.

Example: Sarah is shocking the audience.

Shock 3rd Person Singular:

3rd Person Singular of Shock is Shocks.

Example: Sarah shocks the audience.

shock past tense

Shock Conjugation

Indefinite / Simple Present Tense

  • I shock the audience.
  • We/You/They shock the audience.
  • He/She/It/Adam shocks the audience.

Present Continuous Tense

  • I am shocking the audience.
  • We/You/They are shocking the audience.
  • He/She/It/Adam is shocking the audience.

Present Perfect Tense

  • I have shocked the audience.
  • We/You/They have shocked the audience.
  • He/She/It/Adam has shocked the audience.

Present Perfect Continuous Tense

  • I have been shocking the audience.
  • We/You/They have been shocking the audience.
  • He/She/It/Adam has been shocking the audience.

Indefinite / Simple Past Tense

  • I shocked the audience.
  • We/You/They shocked the audience.
  • He/She/It/Adam shocked the audience.

Past Continuous Tense

  • I was shocking the audience.
  • We/You/They were shocking the audience.
  • He/She/It/Adam was shocking the audience.

Past Perfect Continuous Tense

  • I had been shocking the audience.
  • We/You/They had been shocking the audience.
  • He/She/It/Adam had been shocking the audience.

Past Perfect Tense

  • I had shocked the audience.
  • We/You/They had shocked the audience.
  • He/She/It/Adam had shocked the audience.

Indefinite / Simple Future Tense

  • I will/shall shock the audience.
  • We/You/They will/shall shock the audience.
  • He/She/It/Adam will shock the audience.

Future Continuous Tense

  • I will be shocking the audience.
  • We/You/They will be shocking the audience.
  • He/She/It/Adam will be shocking the audience.

Future Perfect Tense

  • I will have shocked the audience.
  • We/You/They will have shocked the audience.
  • He/She/It/Adam will have shocked the audience.

Future Perfect Continuous Tense

  • I will have been shocking the audience.
  • We/You/They will have been shocking the audience.
  • He/She/It/Adam will have been shocking the audience.

Past Tense of Shock Phrasal Verbs

Shock Phrasal Verbs Past Tense
Shock out Shocked out
Shock away Shocked away
Shock off Shocked off
Shock up Shocked up
Shock in Shocked in
Shock into Shocked into
Shock through Shocked through
Shock at Shocked at
Shock on Shocked on
Shock with Shocked with

FAQS

What is the Future Tense of Shock?

Future Tense of shock is “will shock”.

What is the Present Tense of Shock?

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

I/we/you/they shock
He/she/it/singular name shocks
Present participle shocking

What is the Past Perfect Tense of Shock?

Past perfect tense of take is “had shocked”.

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Last updated on May 25th, 2023 at 02:04 pm