This page provides example sentences of the verb "Bend" in all tenses including active and passive forms, as well as conditional and modal forms.
Base Form bend / Past Simple bent / Past Participle bent / Gerund bending
The L joint bends the Y joint.
Present Simple Passive
The Y joint is bent by the L joint.
Watch out! You are bending the rod too much.
Present Continuous Passive
The rod is being bent by the L joint.
The wind has bent that pole.
Present Perfect Passive
That pole has been bent by the wind.
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been bending the metal for twenty minutes.
She bent that metal rod.
Past Simple Passive
That metal rod was bent by Jack.
I was bending backwards when she walked in the door.
Past Continuous Passive
The Y joint was being bent by the L joint when it snapped.
She had bent the frame before I touched it.
Past Perfect Passive
The frame had been bent before I touched it.
Past Perfect Continuous
He had been bending over for an exercise for ten minutes when she walked in the door.
George will bent the rules for you.
Future (will) passive
I'm sure the rules will be bent.
Future (going to)
They are going to bend the rules this time.
Future (going to) passive
The rules are going to be bent this time.
I will be bending down to pick it up in three minutes.
It will have been bent a number of times by the time the test is over.
It might bend if you try hard.
It will bend if you try hard.
If it bent, we would replace it.
Past Unreal Conditional
If it had bent, we would have replaced it.
You should bend it back.
Jack must have bent this frame.