What Is the Difference Between Became and Become?

FAQs Jackson Bowman November 10, 2022

Become is used in the present simple. Became can be used in the passive, past/present/future participle and past simple tense.

When use became or become?

Word forms: 3rd person singular present becomes , present participle becomes , past tense becomes language Note: The form were is used in the present tense and is the past participle.

Is become and became the same?

You would use were, the sentence is in the present tense. Become is the past tense.

What is the meaning of became and become?

1a : arise. b : come get sick Both became teachers. 2 : change or evolve The pain intensified. transitive verb.

Where do we use become?

Become can be used in the following ways: as a connecting verb (followed by an adjective or noun complement): the problem got worse. He became president in 2001. as a transitive verb: Blue is a color that becomes you.

How do you use became in a sentence?

[M] [T] She became a teacher when she was twenty. [M] [T] I joined the club ten years ago. [M] [T] He finally realized his own mistakes. [M] [T] Dinosaurs died out a long time ago.

Is became a past tense?

Become past tense. Past tense of has been or ( nondefault ).

Has became or had become?

“have become” is the only correct tense for this sentence. It is true that they became extinct in the last three centuries, but the emphasis is that they are currently extinct. So the present perfect is used. Past Perfect is not appropriate because there is no reference to two past tenses, one after the other.

What became of meaning?

When you ask what happened to someone or something, you want to know where they are and what happened to them: what happened to the package you sent? And Mickey Adams – I wonder what became of him.



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