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What is the past tense of set about?

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The past tense of set about is also set about.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of set about is sets about.

The present participle of set about is setting about.

The past participle of set about is set about.

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When this deal is out of the way we will then set about floating the company on the gray market.
He transcribed them and set about making a set of 14 parts for horns, trumpets, trombones and timpani.
I pulled the waffle mix out of the cupboard and set about mixing the batter while Noriko got out the waffle iron and plugged it in.
At noon the next day, eyelids heavy from jet lag and cascades of sunshine, we set about exploring.
Smiling his smile of acknowledgment and gratitude, he draped his long overcoat over her shoulders as he set about making the morning meal.
I slammed the kitchen door on the pair of them and set about icing my cake.

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