GRAMMAR


The past simple and the past participle of upset

Conjugation of the verb upset:

Base Form/Infinitive without 'to':

upset

Past Simple:

upset

Past Partciple:

upset

Present Partciple:

upsetting

Third Person Singular:

upsets

Definition:

1. To make someone feel worried or unhappy.
2. To cause something to go wrong.

Example(s):

1. The death of his mother really upset him.
2. Oil prices are easily upset by political instability in the Middle East.

Similar verbs

The irregular verbs in the table below have the same pattern as upset. They are:

- Verbs with similar forms in the infinitive, past simple, and past participle.
- Verbs like 'set, set, set'.

Verb Simple past Past Participle
beset beset beset
bet bet bet
broadcast broadcast broadcast
burst burst burst
bust bust/busted bust/busted
cast cast cast
cost cost cost
cut cut cut
fit fit fit
forcast forcast forcast
hit hit hit
hurt hurt hurt
input input/inputted input/inputted
knit knit/knitted knit/knitted
let let let
put put put
quit quit quit
read read read
set set set
shed shed shed
shut shut shut
slit slit slit
spit spat/spit spat/spit
split split split
spread spread spread
sublet sublet sublet
thrust thrust thrust
undercut undercut undercut
upset upset upset