Conjugation catalogue oneself: past tense, present, future, participle | English verb conjugation

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Conjugate

Auxiliary: have, be

Other forms: catalogue/not catalogue

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Indicative

Present

  • I catalogue myself
  • you catalogue yourself
  • he/she/it catalogues itself/himself/herself
  • we catalogue ourselves
  • you catalogue yourselves
  • they catalogue themselves

Preterite

  • I catalogued myself
  • you catalogued yourself
  • he/she/it catalogued itself/himself/herself
  • we catalogued ourselves
  • you catalogued yourselves
  • they catalogued themselves

Present continuous

  • I am cataloguing myself
  • you are cataloguing yourself
  • he/she/it is cataloguing itself/himself/herself
  • we are cataloguing ourselves
  • you are cataloguing yourselves
  • they are cataloguing themselves

Present perfect

  • I have catalogued myself
  • you have catalogued yourself
  • he/she/it has catalogued itself/himself/herself
  • we have catalogued ourselves
  • you have catalogued yourselves
  • they have catalogued themselves

Future

  • I will catalogue myself
  • you will catalogue yourself
  • he/she/it will catalogue itself/himself/herself
  • we will catalogue ourselves
  • you will catalogue yourselves
  • they will catalogue themselves

Future perfect

  • I will have catalogued myself
  • you will have catalogued yourself
  • he/she/it will have catalogued itself/himself/herself
  • we will have catalogued ourselves
  • you will have catalogued yourselves
  • they will have catalogued themselves

Past continous

  • I was cataloguing myself
  • you were cataloguing yourself
  • he/she/it was cataloguing itself/himself/herself
  • we were cataloguing ourselves
  • you were cataloguing yourselves
  • they were cataloguing themselves

Past perfect

  • I had catalogued myself
  • you had catalogued yourself
  • he/she/it had catalogued itself/himself/herself
  • we had catalogued ourselves
  • you had catalogued yourselves
  • they had catalogued themselves

Future continuous

  • I will be cataloguing myself
  • you will be cataloguing yourself
  • he/she/it will be cataloguing itself/himself/herself
  • we will be cataloguing ourselves
  • you will be cataloguing yourselves
  • they will be cataloguing themselves

Present perfect continuous

  • I have been cataloguing myself
  • you have been cataloguing yourself
  • he/she/it has been cataloguing itself/himself/herself
  • we have been cataloguing ourselves
  • you have been cataloguing yourselves
  • they have been cataloguing themselves

Past perfect continuous

  • I had been cataloguing myself
  • you had been cataloguing yourself
  • he/she/it had been cataloguing itself/himself/herself
  • we had been cataloguing ourselves
  • you had been cataloguing yourselves
  • they had been cataloguing themselves

Future perfect continuous

  • I will have been cataloguing myself
  • you will have been cataloguing yourself
  • he/she/it will have been cataloguing itself/himself/herself
  • we will have been cataloguing ourselves
  • you will have been cataloguing yourselves
  • they will have been cataloguing themselves

Participle

Imperative

  • catalogue yourself
  • let's catalogue ourselves
  • catalogue yourselves

Present

  • cataloguing myself
  • cataloguing yourself
  • cataloguing itself/himself/herself
  • cataloguing ourselves
  • cataloguing yourselves
  • cataloguing themselves

Past

  • catalogued myself
  • catalogued yourself
  • catalogued itself/himself/herself
  • catalogued ourselves
  • catalogued yourselves
  • catalogued themselves

Infinitive

  • to catalogue oneself

Perfect participle

  • having catalogued oneself
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