English verb trouble [ˈtrʌbl].
Relate to: regular verbs.
3 forms of verb trouble: Infinitive (trouble), Past Simple - (troubled), Past Participle - (troubled).
Forms of verb trouble in past tenses
👉 Forms of verb trouble in future and past simple and past participle.
❓ What is the past tense of trouble.
Three forms of verb trouble
|Base Form||Past Simple||Past Participle|
What is 2nd and 3rd form of trouble?
🎓 Base Form (Infinitive) trouble in Past Simple, Future Simple, Present Perfect, Past Perfect, Future Perfect?
- First form (V1) - trouble. (Present simple, Future Simple)
- Second form (V2) - troubled. (Past simple)
- Third form (V3) - troubled. (Present perfect, Past perfect)
What are the past tense and past participle of trouble?
The past tense of trouble is: trouble in past simple is troubled. and past participle is troubled.
What is the past tense of trouble?
The past tense of trouble is troubled.
The past participle of trouble is troubled.
Past simple — trouble in past simple troubled.
Future simple — trouble in future simple trouble. (will + V1)
Present Perfect — trouble in present perfect tense troubled. (have\has + V3)
Past Perfect — trouble in past perfect tense troubled. (had + V3)
trouble regular or irregular verb?
👉 Is trouble an irregular verb?? trouble is regular verb.
Examples of Verb trouble in Sentences
- You have nothing to trouble about today, my friend (Present Simple)
- The robot has troubled me greatly (Present Perfect)
- I won't trouble you anymore with all these riddles," she said. (Past Simple)
- And they trouble our patients a lot, because you can't hide your eyes under clothes like you can't hide your stomach or your chest. (Present Simple)
- They didn't want to trouble people by warning them about an earthquake that might not happen. (Past Simple)
- At this stage, parents are much more troubled about why this happened in their family. (Present Simple)
- While foreign writers were more troubled with how it was written, Russian writers focused on what should be said to the reader. (Past Simple)
- And I only held back because I didn't want to trouble Grandpa. (Past Simple)
- It wasn't in my plans to trouble the audience that much, and I was confused. (Past Simple)
- The speed at which emotions arise considerably troubles the process of managing them at the secondary level. (Present Simple)