Coniuno differentiates between weak and strong verbs. Weak verbs are verbs that are built regularly. Strong verbs are verbs that are built irregularly in the Indicative Past and Past Participle.
Auxiliary verbs are used in the English language to conjugate verbs.
Here the auxiliary verbs "to be", "to have" and the modal verb "to will" are used.
The auxiliary verb "to be" is used to conjugate the continuous times, the auxiliary verb "to have" is used for building all composed tenses and the modal verb "to will" finally is used to conjugate the Futur and Conditional tenses.
Coniuno knows the following auxiliary verbs:
Modal verbs are used in the English language to express / describe a wish or a possibility of an action or an event (example: I can swim). Modal verbs are often not used in all tenses.
Coniuno supports the following English tenses:
Mood Indicative (simple forms)
Mood Indicative (continuous forms)
Mood Conditional (simple forms)
Mood Conditional (continuous forms)