VERB SECOND FORM OF WEAR AND THIRD FORM OF WEAR (PAST PARTICIPLE)

Base Form (Infinitive)(First FORM) :  Wear

Past Simple (Second Form) :  Wore

Past Participle (Third Form) :  Worn

3rd Person Singular :  Wears

Present Participle/Gerund :  Wearing

EXAMPLE SENTENCES

  1. They wear tight fitting pents and jeans.
  2. This is not the kind of dress to wear in school.
  3. Ladies wear a blouse with sari.
  4. We wear cotton clothes in summer.
  5. We wear woolen clothes in winter to keep ourselves warm.
  6. We should wear clean clothes after bathing.
  7. They wear coarse clothes.
  8. We should wear well washed and pressed clothes on a daily basis.
  9. Soldiers wear strong boots.
  10. We wear cotton clothes in summer to keep ourselves cool.
  11. I had to wear a uniform when I was at school.
  12. He had no clothes to wear.
  13. what will you wear tomorrow?
  14. Which one will you wear?
  15. Better to wear out than to rust out.
  16. What should I wear today?
  17. Will I have to wear glasses forever?
  18. What are you going to wear to the party?
  19. He likes to wear loose clothes in summer.
  20. You can’t wear it tomorrow.
  21. You must wear a helmet.
  22. Will you like to wear a new coat ?
  23. He had no dress to wear for the party.
  24. On the day of Diwali, people wear new clothes.
  25. He likes to wear expensive clothes.
  26. People wear new clothes on Diwali.
  27. We advise people to wear helmets to prevent serious injuries.
  28. This cloth will wear well.
  29. I’ve got so fat that I can not wear this dress now.
  30. I wear helmet fomy safety.
  31. He used to wear very tight pants.
  32. Please don’t forget to wear a rain-coat
  33. I cannot wear coarse cloth.
  34. She wear glasses since she was very young.
  35. Cheap clothes wear out quickly.
  36. Nobody could wear them now.
  37. You’d better wear a coat.
  38. I’m sorry he refuses to wear a coat.
  39. You mustn’t wear that dress again.
  40. give me a new shirt to wear.
  41. I do not wear trouser.
  42. I cannot wear coarse cloth.
  43. I can’t wear it.
  44. Better to wear out than to rust out.
  45. I’ve got so fat that I can not wear this dress now.
  46. I cannot wear that kind of hat.
  47. People will laugh at you if you wear that silly hat.
  48. She wear helmet for her safety.
  49. Please don’t forget to wear a rain-coat.
  50. The wear and tear of the old scooter is costing me a lOt.
  51. I have no jewels to wear at the party.
  52. They wear sleeveless shirts.
  53. What are you planning to wear this party season?
  54. This ring is too big to wear on my finger.
  55. Her husband told her that she might wear natural flowers.
  56. Will you like to wear a new coat ?
  57. Don’t wear loose clothes while working in factories.
  58. The shirt is so tight that I can’t wear it.
  59. This cloth will wear well.
  60. This wear and tear was natural.
  61. This is my wear for my friend’s wedding.
  62. We wear woollen clothes in winter.
  63. This cloth will wear well.
  64. You never wear most of them.
  65. You’d better wear a coat.
  66. My children wear out their shoes quickly.
  67. My sight isn’t good; I have to wear glasses.
  68. In the winter I wear a coat on top of my vest.
  69. You have to wear a helmet to protect your head.
  70. She chose a scarf to wear with the dress.
  71. We wear uniforms at our school.
  72. Teenagers often wear strange clothes.
  73. What do you usually wear to work?
  74. He doesn’t like to wear shoes.
  75. You should always wear a seat belt when you are riding in a car.
  76. He didn’t wear any jewelry.
  77. It is better to wear out than to rust out.
  78. You should wear a coat.

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