Swim Swam Swum | ‘Swim’ Meanings
‘Swim‘ is an irregular verb which conjugates by changing its vowel. And Swim Swam Swum are the three forms of ‘Swim‘. Look at all 5 forms of the verb below. We use the ‘Swim’ to show the regular action and future action. And we use ‘Swam’ to show a past action.t and the past participle ‘Swum’ to show a completed action.
Base form ‘S’ Form ‘ING’ Form Past Form Past Participle
Swim Swims Swimming Swam Swum
The present participle of the verb ‘Swim‘ is ‘Swimming’. You have to note that when you add ‘Ing’ to the base form, you have to double the last letter which is consonant.
Meaning of ‘Swim’
- Using arms and legs,Moving through water in a horizontal position.
- Eg: I like to swim on Sundays.
- Rajiv is swimming across the lake.
The other verb patterns similar to that of ‘Swim’
Swim Swam Swum
Drink Drank Drunk
Ring Rang Rung
Stink Stank Stunk
Begin Began Begun
Shrink Shrank Shrunk
Sink Sank Sunk
Some other verbs of similar pattern with Past Participle ‘Swum’