This page provides example sentences of the verb "Put" in all tenses including active and passive forms, as well as conditional and modal forms.
Base Form put / Past Simple put / Past Participle put / Gerund putting
He puts on his clothes before he has breakfast.
Present Simple Passive
The paper is put onto the porch by the paperboy.
We are putting on a show this evening.
Present Continuous Passive
A show is being put on by the students this evening.
Have you put on weight?
Present Perfect Passive
Has the exhibit been put up yet?
Present Perfect Continuous
We have been putting together the project all morning long.
They put us up last weekend.
Past Simple Passive
We were put up last weekend by the Smiths.
We were putting on some music when he walked into the room.
Past Continuous Passive
Some music was being put on when he walked into the room.
She had put on some weight before moving to Paris.
Past Perfect Passive
Jack had been put up by his friends before he moved in with me.
Past Perfect Continuous
We had been putting together the report for two hours when he finally arrived.
She will put Jack up for the weekend.
Future (will) passive
Jack will be put up by Jane for the weekend.
Future (going to)
I am going to put on some weight this summer.
Future (going to) passive
Some money is going to be put aside for the show.
We will be putting the final touches on the project this time tomorrow.
By the time you arrive I will have put everything together.
She might put you up for the night.
If she puts on some weight, she will go on a diet.
If she put on some weight, she would go on a diet.
If she had put on some weight, she would have gone on a diet.
She should put that book back.
She must have put on some weight.