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Easily learn verb conjugations with Coniuno
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Conjugate verbs in German, Dutch, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin
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English Verb Conjugations
English Verb Conjugations
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This page provides you with the conjugation forms for:

  • regular (weak) verbs, e.g. "to jump",
  • irregular (strong) verbs, e.g. "to go, went, gone",
  • reflexive verbs, by appending "oneself", e.g. "to control oneself"

A differentiation in male/female forms is done for the personal pronouns of 3rd singular forms ("he/she"). In American English, many verbs that end on "ise" (e.g. "to summarise") are built with "ize". In addition some of the strong verbs are built differently.
For more details, see the English Verb Table.

Indicative (Simple Forms)

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Conditional

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Indicative (Continuous Forms)

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Imperative

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Present Participle / Gerund

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Past Participle

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