This Book Covers The Following Topics:
01. English Verb -- ‘Put’
02. Meanings of the Main Verb ‘Put’
03. Idioms With the Word ‘Put’
04. Phrasal Verbs With the Word ‘Put’
05. Proverbs/Sayings With the Word ‘Put’
06. Useful Expressions With the Word ‘Put’
07. English Word: ‘Put’ -- Useful Notes
08. Conjugation of the Verb ‘Put’
PUT is an irregular verb. Its three forms are as follows:
First Form (Base Form) -- PUT
Second Form (Past Form) -- PUT
Third Form (Past Participle) -- PUT
Present Perfect of ‘Come’ – Have/Has Put
Past Perfect of ‘Come’ -- Had Put
-ING Form of ‘Come’ -- Putting
Infinitive of ‘Come’ -- To Put
MOST COMMON Meanings OF “PUT” AS A MAIN VERB ARE AS FOLLOWS:
to move sth into a particular place, position or state without any special force
I have a very limited space to put the box in
Don't put your hand in my pocket.
Put sauce on top of your pasta.
Doctors prepared his body for burial, and then they put him in a coffin.
to forcefully move sth into a particular place, position or state
Her child put her hand through the hole on the ground.
to cause sb/sth to go to a particular place, position or state
His grandkids put him on the bench
She was put into a sanatorium when she contracted tuberculosis.
to bring sb/sth into the condition, form, state, situation, etc. mentioned
Why should she be put in charge of the Treasury?
He revealed that my songs put him in a good mood.
Put yourself in my position and then you will be the better able to understand my situation.
Put yourself in her position and you will really see what her life is like.
We don't want to put him at risk again.
Her inactive lifestyle has put her at risk of becoming obese.
Put my suggestion into practice for a week and measure the reactions.
May you have the courage to put his words into action!
He has the wonderful opportunity to now put his words into practice
It took less than 24 hours for him to put his words into practice.
The school superintendent is effectively pushing for a change that would put many out of a job.
to express, say or state sth in a particular manner
Put plainly, people who exercise just a little bit tend to live longer.
Put simply, there are huge opportunities for budding entrepreneurs.
To put it simply, it was complete and utter chaos.
They are, to put it mildly, not on the best of terms.
The judge was, to put it gently, unmoved by her appeal.
How do I put it tactfully?
Can you put your emotions into words?
Can you put his words into my native language?