Explore the past tense forms of rerail!


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The past tense form of 'rerail' is rerailed. Example: The maintenance crew rerailed the train after the accident. (The maintenance crew rerailed the train after the accident.)

Definition of “rerail”

  • to put a train or tram back onto the rails after it has derailed
  • to divert or deflect from a planned course or direction

Tense sentence structure and examples:


Notes from a Native English Speaker

Here are the general structures of a present and past participle. Remember, some verbs have an irregular form and may not follow this structure: Present Participle: [Verb] -ing Past Participle: [Verb] -ed

Past Simplererailed
Past Continuousrerailing
Past Perfectrerailed
Past Simple
The simple past tense is used to describe completed actions or events that occurred at a specific point in the past.
Subject + Past Simple Verb + (Object)


The workers rerailed the train with precision.


I rerailed the tram using specialized equipment.

Past Continuous
The past continuous tense is used to indicate actions or events that were in progress or happening at a specific point in the past.
Subject + was/were + Present Participle + (Object)


At that time, they were rerailing the train to resume operations.


I was rerailing the tram while the passengers waited.

Past Perfect
The past perfect tense is used to show that one past action or event occurred before another past action or event, emphasizing the order of events in the past.
Subject + had + Past Participle + (Object)


By the time the supervisor arrived, they had rerailed the train.


She had rerailed the tram before the rush hour.

Is rerailed an irregular verb in the past?

No, "rerailed" is not an irregular past tense verb.

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