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Dictionary of Verb Conjugations

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did~: Identifies the tense of the verb as perfect. The perfect tense is a completed action and in most cases is related to the English past tense. Alternate Translations: had (when the subject of the verb precedes the verb)


will~: Identifies the tense of the verb as imperfect. The imperfect tense is an incomplete action and is closely related to the English present and future tenses. Alternate Translations: do


be~: Identifies the voice of the verb as passive.


make~: Identifies the the mood of the verb as causative. Alternate Translations: cause; give; let; take


much~: Identifies the mood of the verb as intensive. Alternate Translations: many, completely


self~: Identifies the voice of the verb as reflexive. Alternate Translations: act


>~: Identifies the verb form as infinitive.


!(ms)~: Identifies the verb as a masculine singular imperative.


!(mp)~: Identifies the verb as a masculine plural imperative.


!(fs)~: Identifies the verb as a feminine singular imperative.


!(fp)~: Identifies the verb as a feminine plural imperative.


I~: Identifies the subject of the verb as first person common singular.


we~: Identifies the subject of the verb as first person common plural.


you(ms)~: Identifies the subject of the verb as second person masculine singular.


you(mp)~: Identifies the subject of the verb as second person masculine plural.


you(fs)~: Identifies the subject of the verb as second person feminine singular.


you(fp)~: Identifies the subject of the verb as second person feminine plural.


he~: Identifies the subject of the verb as third person masculine singular. Alternate Translations: any; it; one; that


she~: Identifies the subject of the verb as third person feminine singular.


they~: Identifies the subject of the verb as third person common plural.


they(m)~: Identifies the subject of the verb as third person masculine plural.


they(f)~: Identifies the subject of the verb as third person feminine plural.


~ing(ms): Masculine singular verb participle denoting an action (such as baking) or one of action (such as a baking one, or baker).


~ing(mp): Masculine plural verb participle denoting an action (such as baking) or one of action (such as a baking one, or baker).


~ing(fs): Feminine singular verb participle denoting an action (such as baking) or one of action (such as a baking one, or baker).


~ing(fp): Feminine plural verb participle denoting an action (such as baking) or one of action (such as a baking one, or baker).


~ed(ms): Masculine singular verb passive participle denoting an action (such as baked).


~ed(mp): Masculine plural verb passive participle denoting an action (such as baked).


~ed(fs): Feminine singular verb passive participle denoting an action (such as baked).


~ed(fp): Feminine plural verb passive participle denoting an action (such as baked).

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