What Is The Past Tense Of Arise?
The past tense for arise is “arose”. Many new English learners often mistake its past form for “arised” .
Remember: this word is an irregular verb, so that it does not follow the “adding ed” rule. Thus, you also need to learn by heart the past participle of arise: arisen.
If you want to find more details about this word’s form, you’d better refer to the table below:
|3rd person singular||arises|
Let’s learn more about “arise” and its pronunciation in this following video:
How Do You Spell Arise In Past Tense?
This verb has two syllables, and its stress is on the second one. You should lightly pronounce the first syllable while placing emphasis on the “rise” part.
Form Of Word
The past form pronunciation is slightly different between US and UK. While the US’s IPA contains the /oʊ/ sound, the UK one is the /əʊ/ sound:
- /oʊ/: Round your lips and begin the sound by bringing your tongue and jaw down. From a relaxed stance, raise your jaw a bit and move the back of the tongue.
- /əʊ/: Start by opening your mouth wide, bringing your tongue and jaw down. Round the lips, lift the tongue, and raise the jaw up as you make this sound.
Definition And How To Use
This irregular verb has some main meanings:
- to happen
- to occur as a result of a specific circumstance
- to begin to develop or exist
- to get up (get out of bed)
- to gradually appear when you move toward it
If you want to express an idea or describe something with the meaning above, you must use “arose” (the past form) instead of the bare verb (arise).
Here are some examples you can refer to know how to use these forms of verbs properly:
- This problem arose as an unpredictable outcome of her overthinking.
- When that opportunity arose, she decided to get it.
- A heavy rain arose last night.
- Anna arose very early on Sunday morning to grind green beans.
- Heavy Metal music quickly arose in the late 60s.
- Did many new industries arise in your town last year?
- Some matters arose from the last appointment with our client. That means they need to have solutions immediately.
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