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

Conjugate
put

Simple forms

Compound forms

Indicative

Present
I put
you put
he/she/it puts
we put
you put
they put
Preterite
I put
you put
he/she/it put
we put
you put
they put

Infinitive

to put

Imperative

put
let's put
put

Participle

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

Indicative

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