How to Conjugate a Verb

Do you know all the different ways to conjugate a verb? Not just past, present, and future but also present perfect, future perfect, past perfect continuous, and more. Conjugation means breaking a verb down into its different forms to show person, number, tense, and mood. In the English language some verbs are regular and others are irregular. I just found a great site that shows all the different verb conjugations side by side for comparison. I’ve chosen the word “run” as an example: You can type in any word and the site will conjugate it for you. It’s part of the larger Reverso site, a portal of linguistic tools including: translation, dictionary, spell-checker, conjugation, grammar, and pronunciation.

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