The past tense of bet is bet or betted (archaic). The third-person singular simple present indicative form of bet is bets . The present participle of bet is betting .
Simple Past Tense; He/She/It bet or betted. I bet or betted. You/We/They bet or betted.
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The past tense of BET is BET. Yes, it is same word (and same pronunciation) in the present tense and the past tense.
The past tense of bet is still bet. You have to use context clues to figure out which tense is being used. For example, in the present tense, you'd say something like “George, I bet you $100 that you cannot pass this online quiz.”
Was and were are both the past tense of be. The present tense is: I am he is you are they are The past tense is: I was he was you were they were
Past participlebetted/bet. Model : trot / put. Auxiliary : have, be. Other forms: bet oneself / not bet. Contractions. The verb has several variants of conjugation, which may correspond to different meanings. Please use the menu to select one or all variants. All Variant 1 Variant 2. Advertising.
The past tense of the word 'bet' has two forms: 'bet' and 'betted'. Is there any difference between them? And which is more often used? e.g. He bet/betted all his money on horses last week.
Betted definition, a simple past tense and past participle of bet1. See more.