What Is the Past Tense of Sink, Think and Drink?

The past tense forms of “sink,” “think,” and “drink” are as follows:

  1. Sink:
  • Past tense: Sank
  • Example: The ship sank to the bottom of the ocean.
  1. Think:
  • Past tense: Thought
  • Example: She thought about the problem for hours.
  1. Drink:
  • Past tense: Drank
  • Example: He drank a glass of water after his workout.

These past tense forms are irregular, meaning they do not follow the regular pattern of adding “-ed” to the base form of the verb. Instead, they have unique past tense forms that need to be memorized.