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Easily learn verb conjugations with Coniuno
Easily learn verb conjugations with Coniuno
Conjugate verbs with Coniuno
Conjugate verbs in German, Dutch, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin
Conjugate verbs in German, Dutch, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin
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  Coniuno, Verb table, English

  General Information
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  Appendix
Passive verb building, rules

Passive verbs


Coniuno uses the rules listed here to build passive verbs.

  1. Passive verbs are always built with the auxiliary verb "to be"!
  2. If a verb does not have a Past Participle, then the passive form cannot be built.
  3. Generally spoken the following building scheme is valid for all passive verbs:

            Singular I     Personal Pronoun + [to be] + Past Participle (verb)
            Singular II    Personal Pronoun + [to be] + Past Participle (verb)
            Singular III   Personal Pronoun + [to be] + Past Participle (verb)
            Plural I       Personal Pronoun + [to be] + Past Participle (verb)
            Plural II      Personal Pronoun + [to be] + Past Participle (verb)
            Plural III     Personal Pronoun + [to be] + Past Participle (verb)
        

 Example 1:Indicative, Past, Singular I of "to send":
   I was sent
 
 Example 2:Indicative, Present Perfect, Singular III of "to send":
   He has been sent


also see:

English verb table, overview
Passive verb building, example verb



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