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English Verb Conjugator

Verb conjugation

To explain

Verbe régulier
explain, explained, explained

Indicative

Present (simple)

  • I explain
  • you explain
  • he explains
  • we explain
  • you explain
  • they explain

Present progressive / continuous

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

Past (simple)

  • I explained
  • you explained
  • he explained
  • we explained
  • you explained
  • they explained

Past progressive / continuous

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

Present perfect (simple)

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

Present perfect progressive / continuous

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

Past perfect

  • I had explained
  • you had explained
  • he had explained
  • we had explained
  • you had explained
  • they had explained

Past perfect progressive / continuous

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

Future

  • I will explain
  • you will explain
  • he will explain
  • we will explain
  • you will explain
  • they will explain

Future progressive / continuous

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

Future perfect

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

Future perfect continuous

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

Conditional

Simple

  • I would explain
  • you would explain
  • he would explain
  • we would explain
  • you would explain
  • they would explain

Progressive

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

Perfect

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

Perfect progressive

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

Infinitive

Infinitive

  • to explain

Imperative

Imperative

  • explain
  • Let's explain
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