CONJUGUEUR DE VERBES ANGLAIS !

Sunday 19th May 2019
Traduction :
to walk qui signife "marcher, se promener" :

INDICATIF

    PRESENT SIMPLE :

  • I walk
  • You walk
  • He/She/It walks
  • We walk
  • You walk
  • They walk
    PRESENT CONTINOUS :

  • I am walking
  • You are walking
  • He/She/It is walking
  • We are walking
  • You are walking
  • They are walking
    PRESENT PERFECT :

  • I have walked
  • You have walked
  • He/She/It has walked
  • We have walked
  • You have walked
  • They have walked
    PRESENT PERFECT CONTINOUS :

  • I have been walking
  • You have been walking
  • He/She/It has been walking
  • We have been walking
  • You have been walking
  • They have been walking
    PRETERITE / PAST SIMPLE :

  • I walked
  • You walked
  • He/She/It walked
  • We walked
  • You walked
  • They walked
    PAST CONTINOUS :

  • I was walking
  • You were walking
  • He/She/It was walking
  • We were walking
  • You were walking
  • They were walking
    PAST PERFECT :

  • I had walked
  • You had walked
  • He/She/It had walked
  • We had walked
  • You had walked
  • They had walked
    PAST PERFECT CONTINOUS :

  • I had been walking
  • You had been walking
  • He/She/It had been walking
  • We had been walking
  • You had been walking
  • They had been walking
    FUTURE SIMPLE :

  • I will walk
  • You will walk
  • He/She/It will walk
  • We will walk
  • You will walk
  • They will walk
    FUTURE CONTINOUS :

  • I will be walking
  • You will be walking
  • He/She/It will be walking
  • We will be walking
  • You will be walking
  • They will be walking
    FUTURE PERFECT :

  • I will have walked
  • You will have walked
  • He/She/It will have walked
  • We will have walked
  • You will have walked
  • They will have walked
    FUTURE PERFECT CONTINOUS :

  • I will have been walking
  • You will have been walking
  • He/She/It will have been walking
  • We will have been walking
  • You will have been walking
  • They will have been walking
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