use / used / used / using
The verb "use" describes what people do with objects. Teachers use "use" when talking about language and the reason for choosing certain words.
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(Note: When "use" is a noun,
the pronunciation of the "s" is unvoiced.)
present tense: use / uses
past tense: used
future: will use
present continuous: am / are / is using
past continuous: was / were using
future continuous: will be using
present perfect: has / have used
past perfect: had used
future perfect: will have used
present perfect continuous: has / have been using
past perfect continuous: had been using
future perfect continuous: will have been using
modal verbs: ______ use
past tense modal: ______ have used
infinitive: to use
"Use" can also serve as a noun:
A computer has many uses.
The use of a computer makes work easier and faster.