May Have Went?
(Walker, MI) -- Police are searching for a man who robbed the Chase Bank branch inside a Meijer store in Walker around 6 p.m. yesterday. The suspect is a white male who did not wear anything to hide his identity during the heist. He walked out with an undisclosed amount of cash and drove away in a Kia Amanti, but investigators don't know where he may have went after leaving the scene of the crime. The FBI, Walker Police and State Police are investigating.
- Go, the 1st principal part, is used to write the simple present tense (I go to the grocery store once a week.) It also forms the simple future tense, but then you must add the helping verbs shall or will (I shall go back there tomorrow.)
- Went, the 2nd principal part, is used by itself to write the simple past tense (I went on vacation last week.)
- Gone, the 3rd principal part, is used to write the present perfect tense, but then you must add the helping verbs has or have (My guests have gone back home). Gone is also used to write the past perfect tense, but then you must add the helping verb had (He had gone before we even noticed). Gone is also used to write the future perfect tense, but then you must add the helping verbs shall have or will have (I shall have gone long before you even notice).
- Going, the 4th principal part, is used to write the progressive form of any tense, but then you must add various forms of the verb to be (am going, was going, shall be going, might have been going, etc.)