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English Verb Conjugator

Verb conjugation

To appeal

Verbe régulier
appeal, appealed, appealed

Indicative

Present (simple)

  • I appeal
  • you appeal
  • he appeals
  • we appeal
  • you appeal
  • they appeal

Present progressive / continuous

  • I am appealing
  • you are appealing
  • he is appealing
  • we are appealing
  • you are appealing
  • they are appealing

Past (simple)

  • I appealed
  • you appealed
  • he appealed
  • we appealed
  • you appealed
  • they appealed

Past progressive / continuous

  • I was appealing
  • you were appealing
  • he was appealing
  • we were appealing
  • you were appealing
  • they were appealing

Present perfect (simple)

  • I have appealed
  • you have appealed
  • he has appealed
  • we have appealed
  • you have appealed
  • they have appealed

Present perfect progressive / continuous

  • I have been appealing
  • you have been appealing
  • he has been appealing
  • we have been appealing
  • you have been appealing
  • they have been appealing

Past perfect

  • I had appealed
  • you had appealed
  • he had appealed
  • we had appealed
  • you had appealed
  • they had appealed

Past perfect progressive / continuous

  • I had been appealing
  • you had been appealing
  • he had been appealing
  • we had been appealing
  • you had been appealing
  • they had been appealing

Future

  • I will appeal
  • you will appeal
  • he will appeal
  • we will appeal
  • you will appeal
  • they will appeal

Future progressive / continuous

  • I will be appealing
  • you will be appealing
  • he will be appealing
  • we will be appealing
  • you will be appealing
  • they will be appealing

Future perfect

  • I will have appealed
  • you will have appealed
  • he will have appealed
  • we will have appealed
  • you will have appealed
  • they will have appealed

Future perfect continuous

  • I will have been appealing
  • you will have been appealing
  • he will have been appealing
  • we will have been appealing
  • you will have been appealing
  • they will have been appealing

Conditional

Simple

  • I would appeal
  • you would appeal
  • he would appeal
  • we would appeal
  • you would appeal
  • they would appeal

Progressive

  • I would be appealing
  • you would be appealing
  • he would be appealing
  • we would be appealing
  • you would be appealing
  • they would be appealing

Perfect

  • I would have appealed
  • you would have appealed
  • he would have appealed
  • we would have appealed
  • you would have appealed
  • they would have appealed

Perfect progressive

  • I would have been appealing
  • you would have been appealing
  • he would have been appealing
  • we would have been appealing
  • you would have been appealing
  • they would have been appealing

Infinitive

Infinitive

  • to appeal

Imperative

Imperative

  • appeal
  • Let's appeal
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