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This page provides example sentences of the verb "Hit" in all tenses including active and passive forms, as well as conditional and modal forms.
Base Form hit / Past Simple hit / Past Participle hit / Gerund hitting
- Present Simple: He often hits balls with his son in the park.
- Present Simple Passive: Home runs are often hit out of this ballpark.
- Present Continuous: He is hitting the ball hard today.
- Present Continuous Passive: The ball is being hit hard today by all the players.
- Present Perfect: She has hit fifteen home runs this season.
- Present Perfect Passive: Fifteen home runs have been hit by Susan this season.
- Present Perfect Continuous: Jack has been hitting that punching bag for the last twenty minutes.
- Past Simple: Mary hit a home run out of the park yesterday.
- Past Simple Passive: A home run was hit out of the park during yesterday's game.
- Past Continuous: Hank was hitting the punching bag when his trainer walked into the gym.
- Past Continuous Passive: The punching bag was being hit when the trainer walked into the gym.
- Past Perfect: She had already hit four home runs when she hit the grand slam!
- Past Perfect Passive: A grand slam had already been hit when the game was canceled due to the rain.
- Past Perfect Continuous: Alan had been hitting the punching bag for twenty minutes when the trainer walked into the gym.
- Future (will): She will hit the roof when she finds out!
- Future (will) passive: The ball will be hit out of the park.
- Future (going to): Jack is going to hit the ball out of the park today.
- Future (going to) passive: The ball is going to be hit out of the park today.
- Future Continuous: This time tomorrow we will be hitting the punching bag in the gym.
- Future Perfect: William will have hit three home runs before the game is finished.
- Future Possibility: She might hit him if he doesn't shut up!
- Real Conditional: If she hits a home run, the team will celebrate.
- Unreal Conditional: If she hit a home run, the team would celebrate.
- Past Unreal Conditional: If she had hit a home run, the team would have celebrated.
- Present Modal: You should hit a punching bag to get rid of your anger.
- Past Modal: She must have hit a home run.
Quiz: Conjugate With Hit
Use the verb "to hit" to conjugate the following sentences. Quiz answers are below. In some cases, more than one answer may be correct.
- Mary _____ a homerun out of the park yesterday.
- She _____ fifteen homeruns this season.
- He _____ the ball hard today.
- The punching bag _____ when the trainer walked into the gym.
- A grand slam _____ already _____ when the game was canceled due to the rain.
- She _____ the roof when she finds out!
- William _____ three homeruns before the game is finished.
- If she _____ a homerun, the team would have celebrated.
- A homerun _____ out of the park during yesterday's game.
- He often _____ a punching bag to relax.
- has hit
- is hitting
- was being hit
- had been hit
- will hit
- will have hit
- had hit
- was hit