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

Conjugate
let

Simple forms

Compound forms

Indicative

Present
I let
you let
he/she/it lets
we let
you let
they let
Preterite
I let
you let
he/she/it let
we let
you let
they let

Infinitive

to let

Imperative

let
let's let
let

Participle

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

Indicative

Present continuous
I am letting
you are letting
he/she/it is letting
we are letting
you are letting
they are letting
Present perfect
I have let
you have let
he/she/it has let
we have let
you have let
they have let
Future
I will let
you will let
he/she/it will let
we will let
you will let
they will let
Future perfect
I will have let
you will have let
he/she/it will have let
we will have let
you will have let
they will have let
Past continuous
I was letting
you were letting
he/she/it was letting
we were letting
you were letting
they were letting
Past perfect
I had let
you had let
he/she/it had let
we had let
you had let
they had let
Future continuous
I will be letting
you will be letting
he/she/it will be letting
we will be letting
you will be letting
they will be letting
Present perfect continuous
I have been letting
you have been letting
he/she/it has been letting
we have been letting
you have been letting
they have been letting
Past perfect continuous
I had been letting
you had been letting
he/she/it had been letting
we had been letting
you had been letting
they had been letting
Future perfect continuous
I will have been letting
you will have been letting
he/she/it will have been letting
we will have been letting
you will have been letting
they will have been letting
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Similar English verbs: beset, chit, crosscut
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