Stick Verb Forms – Past Tense, Past Participle & V1V2V3

1.Base Form (Infinitive):Stick
2.Simple Past:Stuck
3.Past Participle:Stuck
4.Present Participle:Sticking
5.3rd Person Singular:Sticks
stick verb forms v1 v2 v3 past tense and past participle-min

Stick past tense

Stuck
Stuck is the past tense of the word stick.

Stick past participle

Stuck
Stuck is the past participle of the word stick.

Stick verb forms V1 V2 V3 V4

InfinitivePast SimplePast ParticiplePresent Participle
StickStuckStuckSticking

Conjugation of Stick

Simple / Indefinite Present Tense
I stick a first-class stamp on the letter.
He/She/It sticks a first-class stamp on the letter.
You/We/They stick a first-class stamp on the letter.
Simple Past Tense
I stuck a first-class stamp on the letter.
He/She/It stuck a first-class stamp on the letter.
You/We/They stuck a first-class stamp on the letter.
Simple Future Tense
I will/shall stick a first-class stamp on the letter.
He/She/It will stick a first-class stamp on the letter.
You/We/They will/shall stick a first-class stamp on the letter.
Present Continuous Tense
I am sticking a first-class stamp on the letter.
He/She/It is sticking a first-class stamp on the letter.
You/We/They are sticking a first-class stamp on the letter.
Past Continuous Tense
I was sticking a first-class stamp on the letter.
He/She/It was sticking a first-class stamp on the letter.
You/We/They were sticking a first-class stamp on the letter.
Future Continuous Tense
I will be sticking a first-class stamp on the letter.
He/She/It will be sticking a first-class stamp on the letter.
You/We/They will be sticking a first-class stamp on the letter.
Present Perfect Tense
I have stuck a first-class stamp on the letter.
He/She/It has stuck a first-class stamp on the letter.
You/We/They have stuck a first-class stamp on the letter.
Past Perfect Tense
I had stuck a first-class stamp on the letter.
He/She/It had stuck a first-class stamp on the letter.
You/We/They had stuck a first-class stamp on the letter.
Future Perfect Tense
I will have stuck a first-class stamp on the letter.
He/She/It will have stuck a first-class stamp on the letter.
You/We/They will have stuck a first-class stamp on the letter.
Present Perfect Continuous Tense
I have been sticking a first-class stamp on the letter.
He/She/It has been sticking a first-class stamp on the letter.
You/We/They have been sticking a first-class stamp on the letter.
Past Perfect Continuous Tense
I had been sticking a first-class stamp on the letter.
He/She/It had been sticking a first-class stamp on the letter.
You/We/They had been sticking a first-class stamp on the letter.
Future Perfect Continuous Tense
I will have been sticking a first-class stamp on the letter.
He/She/It will have been sticking a first-class stamp on the letter.
You/We/They will have been sticking a first-class stamp on the letter.