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What is the past tense of listen?

What's the past tense of listen? Here's the word you're looking for.

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The past tense of listen is listened.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of listen is listens.

The present participle of listen is listening.

The past participle of listen is listened.

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Christy listened as he pounded out the difficult riff, keeping good time and only slipping once.
He listened to what she said, asked questions that showed his understanding, and extended his arm in warmness to her at the end of the article.
I listened back to the recorded version a few times last night, and I am sadly unimpressed.
On the few occasions I've listened to the show, I wondered how anyone can stomach such quarrelsome bile that early in the morning.
His walk was slow and methodical as he listened to the spattering of the rain.
Brae sat back happily and listened half-heartedly to Chase's unceasing jabber.

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