This page provides example sentences of the verb "Draw" in all tenses including active and passive forms, as well as conditional and modal forms.
Base Form draw / Past Simple drew / Past Participle drawn / Gerund drawing
He draws for a living.
Present Simple Passive
Sketches are drawn by Peter.
He is drawing her portrait.
Present Continuous Passive
Her portrait is being drawn by Peter.
Peter has drawn four portraits today.
Present Perfect Passive
Four portraits have been drawn by Peter today.
Present Perfect Continuous
He has been drawing her portrait for thirty minutes.
Maggie drew that picture.
Past Simple Passive
That picture was drawn by Maggie.
Peter was drawing her portrait when her husband walked into the room.
Past Continuous Passive
Her portrait was being drawn by Peter when her husband walked into the room.
He had drawn her portrait before he arrived.
Past Perfect Passive
Her portrait had been drawn before he arrived.
Past Perfect Continuous
Henry had been drawing for three hours when I arrived.
Henry will draw your portrait.
Future (will) passive
Your portrait will be drawn by Henry.
Future (going to)
Henry is going to draw your portrait.
Future (going to) passive
Your portrait is going to be drawn by Henry.
This time tomorrow I will be drawing a new picture.
Henry will have drawn the portrait by the time you arrive.
Carl may draw the picture.
If Carl draws the picture, you'll be very happy.
If Carl drew the picture, you would be happy.
Past Unreal Conditional
If Carl had drawn the picture, you would have been happy.
He can draw your portrait.
Henry must have drawn your portrait.