Conjugation come on: past tense, present, future, participle | English verb conjugation

X
Conjugate

Other forms: come oneself/not come

In English, the conjugated forms are the same for the following persons: you, we and they.

Advertising

Indicative

Present

  • I come on
  • you come on
  • he/she/it comes on
  • we come on
  • you come on
  • they come on

Preterite

  • I came on
  • you came on
  • he/she/it came on
  • we came on
  • you came on
  • they came on

Present continuous

  • I am coming on
  • you are coming on
  • he/she/it is coming on
  • we are coming on
  • you are coming on
  • they are coming on

Present perfect

  • I have come on
  • you have come on
  • he/she/it has come on
  • we have come on
  • you have come on
  • they have come on

Future

  • I will come on
  • you will come on
  • he/she/it will come on
  • we will come on
  • you will come on
  • they will come on

Future perfect

  • I will have come on
  • you will have come on
  • he/she/it will have come on
  • we will have come on
  • you will have come on
  • they will have come on

Past continuous

  • I was coming on
  • you were coming on
  • he/she/it was coming on
  • we were coming on
  • you were coming on
  • they were coming on

Past perfect

  • I had come on
  • you had come on
  • he/she/it had come on
  • we had come on
  • you had come on
  • they had come on

Future continuous

  • I will be coming on
  • you will be coming on
  • he/she/it will be coming on
  • we will be coming on
  • you will be coming on
  • they will be coming on

Present perfect continuous

  • I have been coming on
  • you have been coming on
  • he/she/it has been coming on
  • we have been coming on
  • you have been coming on
  • they have been coming on

Past perfect continuous

  • I had been coming on
  • you had been coming on
  • he/she/it had been coming on
  • we had been coming on
  • you had been coming on
  • they had been coming on

Future perfect continuous

  • I will have been coming on
  • you will have been coming on
  • he/she/it will have been coming on
  • we will have been coming on
  • you will have been coming on
  • they will have been coming on

Imperative

  • come on
  • let's come on
  • come on

Participle

Present

  • coming on

Past

  • come on

Infinitive

  • to come on

Perfect Participle

  • having come on
Advertising
come on verb conjugation to all tenses, modes and persons.
Search the definition and the translation in context for “come on”, with examples of use extracted from real-life communication.
Similar English verbs: overcome, become
Text is copied
Advertising