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

Conjugate
pay

Simple forms

Compound forms

Indicative

Present
I pay
you pay
he/she/it pays
we pay
you pay
they pay
Preterite
I paid
you paid
he/she/it paid
we paid
you paid
they paid

Infinitive

to pay

Imperative

pay
let's pay
pay

Participle

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

Indicative

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