English Verb Conjugator

Modal verb conjugation

can

Brother, can you spare a dime?

Modal verb
'can' is a modal auxiliary. These verbs don't work in the same way as standard verbs. Here's how to conjugate 'can':
Indicative
Present (simple)
  • I can conjugate
  • you can conjugate
  • he can conjugate
  • she can conjugate
  • it can conjugate
  • we can conjugate
  • you can conjugate
  • they can conjugate
Present progressive/continuous
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Perfect participle
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Present perfect progressive/continuous
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