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Drink Past Tense

drank or regional (southern US) drunk or nonstandard drinked
past tense of drink is drank or regional (southern US) drunk or nonstandard drinked.

Drink verb forms

InfinitivePresent ParticiplePast TensePast Participle
drinkdrinkingdrank or regional (southern US) drunk or nonstandard drinkeddrunk drinked

Conjugation of Drink

Simple / Indefinite Present Tense
He/She/It drinks .
I drink.
You/We/They drink.

Present Continuous Tense
He/She/It is drinking.
I am drinking.
You/We/They are drinking.

Present Perfect Tense
He/She/It has drunk drinked.
I have drunk drinked.
You/We/They have drunk drinked.

Present Perfect Continuous Tense
He/She/It has been drinking.
I have been drinking.
You/We/They have been drinking.

Simple Past Tense
He/She/It drank or regional (southern US) drunk or nonstandard drinked.
I drank or regional (southern US) drunk or nonstandard drinked.
You/We/They drank or regional (southern US) drunk or nonstandard drinked.

Past Continuous Tense
He/She/It was drinking.
I was drinking.
You/We/They were drinking.

Past Perfect Tense
He/She/It had drunk drinked.
I had drunk drinked.
You/We/They had drunk drinked.

Past Perfect Continuous Tense
He/She/It had been drinking.
I had been drinking.
You/We/They had been drinking.

Simple Future Tense
He/She/It will/shall drink.
I will/shall drink.
You/We/They will/shall drink.

Future Continuous Tense
He/She/It will/shall be drinking.
I will/shall be drinking.
You/We/They will/shall be drinking.

Future Perfect Tense
He/She/It will/shall have drunk drinked.
I will/shall have drunk drinked.
You/We/They will/shall have drunk drinked.

Future Perfect Continuous Tense
He/She/It will/shall have been drinking.
I will/shall have been drinking.
You/We/They will/shall have been drinking.

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