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Leading forms go, went, goneV V V3 Infinitive Past Past Participle
Present Simple V1 : go * 3rd person singular (he/she/it) add “-s”: goes * auxiliar verb for negative and interrogative sentences: do / does
Present Continuous Verb to be in the Present + verb –ing am going isare
Past Simple V2 : went auxiliar verb for negative and interrogative sentences: did
Past Continuous Verb to be in the Past + verb –ing was going were
Present Perfect SimpleVerb to have in the Present + V3 (past participle) have gone has
Past Perfect Simple Verb to have in the Past + V3 (past participle)had gone
Future Simple Will V1 Will go
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