swim vs swam vs swum

These are similar to “shrink”, “shrank” and “shrunk”.

swim is present/future tense.

I swim in the pool.

She will swim in the pool.

swam is simple past tense

I swam in the pool.

She swam in the pool.

swum- must have a helping verb “have” or “has”

I have swum in the pool.

She has swum in the pool.

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What if the only requirement to get into heaven is, in fact, good grammar? You should all be thanking me for trying to save your eternal souls from damnation!

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