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

Conjugate
dig

Simple forms

Compound forms

Indicative

Present
I dig
you dig
he/she/it digs
we dig
you dig
they dig
Preterite
I dug
you dug
he/she/it dug
we dug
you dug
they dug

Infinitive

to dig

Imperative

dig
let's dig
dig

Participle

Present
digging
Past
dug
In English, the conjugated forms are the same for the following persons: you, we and they.
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Compound forms

Simple forms

Past participle

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

Indicative

Present continuous
I am digging
you are digging
he/she/it is digging
we are digging
you are digging
they are digging
Present perfect
I have dug
you have dug
he/she/it has dug
we have dug
you have dug
they have dug
Future
I will dig
you will dig
he/she/it will dig
we will dig
you will dig
they will dig
Future perfect
I will have dug
you will have dug
he/she/it will have dug
we will have dug
you will have dug
they will have dug
Past continuous
I was digging
you were digging
he/she/it was digging
we were digging
you were digging
they were digging
Past perfect
I had dug
you had dug
he/she/it had dug
we had dug
you had dug
they had dug
Future continuous
I will be digging
you will be digging
he/she/it will be digging
we will be digging
you will be digging
they will be digging
Present perfect continuous
I have been digging
you have been digging
he/she/it has been digging
we have been digging
you have been digging
they have been digging
Past perfect continuous
I had been digging
you had been digging
he/she/it had been digging
we had been digging
you had been digging
they had been digging
Future perfect continuous
I will have been digging
you will have been digging
he/she/it will have been digging
we will have been digging
you will have been digging
they will have been digging
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