Rinse Verb Forms – Past Tense, Past Participle & V1V2V3

1.Base Form (Infinitive):Rinse
2.Simple Past:Rinsed
3.Past Participle:Rinsed
4.Present Participle:Rinsing
5.3rd Person Singular:Rinses
rinse verb forms v1 v2 v3 past tense and past participle-min

Rinse past tense

Rinsed
Rinsed is the past tense of the word rinse.

Rinse past participle

Rinsed
Rinsed is the past participle of the word rinse.

Rinse verb forms V1 V2 V3 V4

InfinitivePast SimplePast ParticiplePresent Participle
RinseRinsedRinsedRinsing

Conjugation of Rinse

Simple / Indefinite Present Tense
I rinse the mud out under the tap.
He/She/It rinses the mud out under the tap.
You/We/They rinse the mud out under the tap.
Simple Past Tense
I rinsed the mud out under the tap.
He/She/It rinsed the mud out under the tap.
You/We/They rinsed the mud out under the tap.
Simple Future Tense
I will/shall rinse the mud out under the tap.
He/She/It will rinse the mud out under the tap.
You/We/They will/shall rinse the mud out under the tap.
Present Continuous Tense
I am rinsing the mud out under the tap.
He/She/It is rinsing the mud out under the tap.
You/We/They are rinsing the mud out under the tap.
Past Continuous Tense
I was rinsing the mud out under the tap.
He/She/It was rinsing the mud out under the tap.
You/We/They were rinsing the mud out under the tap.
Future Continuous Tense
I will be rinsing the mud out under the tap.
He/She/It will be rinsing the mud out under the tap.
You/We/They will be rinsing the mud out under the tap.
Present Perfect Tense
I have rinsed the mud out under the tap.
He/She/It has rinsed the mud out under the tap.
You/We/They have rinsed the mud out under the tap.
Past Perfect Tense
I had rinsed the mud out under the tap.
He/She/It had rinsed the mud out under the tap.
You/We/They had rinsed the mud out under the tap.
Future Perfect Tense
I will have rinsed the mud out under the tap.
He/She/It will have rinsed the mud out under the tap.
You/We/They will have rinsed the mud out under the tap.
Present Perfect Continuous Tense
I have been rinsing the mud out under the tap.
He/She/It has been rinsing the mud out under the tap.
You/We/They have been rinsing the mud out under the tap.
Past Perfect Continuous Tense
I had been rinsing the mud out under the tap.
He/She/It had been rinsing the mud out under the tap.
You/We/They had been rinsing the mud out under the tap.
Future Perfect Continuous Tense
I will have been rinsing the mud out under the tap.
He/She/It will have been rinsing the mud out under the tap.
You/We/They will have been rinsing the mud out under the tap.