put / put / put / putting
The verb "put" is one of those words you learn first in English. Use "put" for placing objects in a place or in various places.
It’s almost impossible to speak English without "put."
It’s also just about impossible to use "put" without an object and a preposition after it. (I put the milk away. The word "milk" is an object; the word "away is a preposition.)
Many students are confused by this irregular verb because it doesn’t change its form very much–just "put."
present tense: put / puts
past tense: put
future: will put
present continuous: am / are / is putting
past continuous: was / were putting
future continuous: will be putting
present perfect: has / have put
past perfect: had put
future perfect: will have put
present perfect continuous: has / have been putting
past perfect continuous: had been putting
future perfect continuous: will have been putting
modal verbs: ______ put
past tense modal: ______ have put
infinitive: to put