Base Form drink / Past Simple drank / Past Participle drunk / Gerund drinking
He usually drinks four glasses of water a day.
Present Simple Passive
Wine is drunk at meals.
She is drinking gin and juice.
Present Continuous Passive
The new beer is being drunk by customers.
Peter has drunk three cups of coffee this afternoon.
Present Perfect Passive
All the juice has been drunk.
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been drinking champagne all morning.
Jack drank a glass of apple juice.
Past Simple Passive
A glass of apple juice was drunk by that customer.
She was drinking some kool-aid when the man bumped into her.
Past Continuous Passive
Gatorade was being drunk when they finished the game.
We had drunk all the water before the order arrived.
Past Perfect Passive
All the water had been drunk before the order arrived.
Past Perfect Continuous
We had been drinking our beverages for ten minutes when he finally arrived.
She will drink sweet tea.
Future (will) passive
Soda will be drunk by the customers at table six.
Future (going to)
We are going to drink French wine with our meal.
Future (going to) passive
French wine is going to be drunk by the customers at table six.
This time tomorrow we will be drinking a margarita.
He will have drunk three bottles by the end of the evening.
He might drink lemonade.
If he drinks wine, I will drive home.
If he drank wine, I would drive home.
Past Unreal Conditional
If he had drunk wine, I would have driven home.
I should drink some water.
You should have drunk some milk to calm your stomach.