This page provides example sentences of the verb "Hit" in all tenses including active and passive forms, as well as conditional and modal forms.
Base Form hit / Past Simple hit / Past Participle hit / Gerund hitting
He often hits
Present Simple Passive
Homeruns are often hit out of this ballpark.
He is hitting the ball hard today.
Present Continuous Passive
The ball is being hit hard today by all the players.
She has hit fifteen homeruns this season.
Present Perfect Passive
Fifteen homeruns have been hit by Susan this season.
Present Perfect Continuous
Jack has been hitting that punching bag for the last twenty minutes.
Mary hit a homerun out of the park yesterday.
Past Simple Passive
A homerun was hit out of the park during yesterday's game.
Hank was hitting the punching bag when his trainer walked into the gym.
Past Continuous Passive
The punching bag was being hit when the trainer walked into the gym.
She had already hit four homeruns when she hit the grand slam!
Past Perfect Passive
A grand slam had already been hit when the game was cancelled due to the rain.
Past Perfect Continuous
Alan had been hitting the punching bag for twenty minutes when the trainer walked into the gym.
She will hit the roof when she finds out!
Future (will) passive
The ball will be hit out of the park.
Future (going to)
Jack is going to hit the ball out of the park today.
Future (going to) passive
The ball is going to be hit out of the park today.
This time tomorrow we will be hitting the punching bag in the gym.
William will have hit three homeruns before the game is finished.
She might hit him if he doesn't shut up!
If she hits a homerun, the team will celebrate.
If she hit a homerun, the team would celebrate.
Past Unreal Conditional
If she had hit a homerun, the team would have celebrated.
You should hit a punching bag to get rid of your anger.
She must have hit a homerun.